How to Fall in Love with Yourself.

Via elephant journal
on Apr 15, 2015
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2 Responses to “How to Fall in Love with Yourself.”

  1. F. S. Wood says:

    “There is no right way to do anything”?
    Trust me, there IS a right way to open the super glue.

  2. Annatta says:

    my way is better