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  • Sharon

    You can choose to live your life with the joy of the front row or solemness of the third row. Don't sit at home waiting to have fun - ride the roller coaster with your friends!

  • Mariah Goolsby

    You can choose to live in the third row or the front row. #frontrow #life #happiness

  • Mary Johnson

    You Can Live in the Front Row or the Third Row - Roller Coaster of Life - Quotes

  • Patricia Acuña

    You can choose to live your life with the joy of the front row or solemness of the third row. I hate roller coasters but this was funny!!

  • Tina Abbott

    You can choose to live your life with the joy of the front row or solemness of the third row. I am am gong to be an old lady on the first row of the roller coaster.

  • Carolynn Smith

    You can choose to live life in the front row or the third row...

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