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  • Sarah Hastings

    Colin Firth quote on books - This is so true. I love getting lost in a good book

  • A

    Well said Colin Firth...

  • Jennifer Russell

    This is so true! Felt like I was in the hunger games arena when i went for a run in the park!

  • Elizabeth Belt

    Colin Firth... so true and I love this man.

  • Blah

    Isn't it nice to know he's pretty AND has deep thoughts? #ColinFirth #I Love #Brit

  • EpiphanyLovely

    Colin Firth says it best #ColinFirth #lovehim

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