Mercedes-Benz G 550

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Mercedes G Wagon. Hard tom imagine anything of this brand being driven off the beaten path.

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You know it, baby!

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A wall of Elle - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

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“Her heart was a secret garden and the walls were very high.” - The Princess Bride by William Goldman

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Take me away....

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Tribute to the Working Woman! Beautiful, Smart, Classy Self-Made Uptown Girl! #AngelinaJolie

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In combat boots or 4" heels, still me.

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when you can't find me, look here....

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For love of a Newfoundland

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p.s........ (Wow, just wow)

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No words can suffice...we know this to be true in the amazing moments we have, and the painful ones..

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Two of my favorite things and they make the perfect combination! :)

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Venice Observer| Elle September 1999  by Gilles Bensimon Christian Dior | Fall 1999 RTW

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I don't know about fate or destiny or God. I just know I don't believe in coincidence. If it's not fate, and it's not coincidence, then what do you call it? The truth. That's all. Just me and you being who we are. Add the right set of circumstances and we'd end up here every time. Because that's the truth of who we are.

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thats a meee

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How true, Mr. Adams

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....pinching my heart

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....or on a plane from Italy.

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Ooohhh champagne....

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Before wristwatches became popular in the 1920s, most watches were pocket watches, which often had covers and were carried in a pocket and attached to a watch chain or watch fob. In the early 1900s, the wristwatch, originally called a Wristlet, was reserved for women and considered more of a passing fad than a serious timepiece.

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Could very well be true…’9

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Some people have the inherent ability not to speak and to be understood completely…’9

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