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  Miss Rickshaw 2009 (AKA Cetacea) in the correct gallery!

Miss Rickshaw 2009 (AKA Cetacea) in the correct gallery!
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Uploader comment: Isn't she sooooo pretty.

   

 
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Comment icon #7 Posted by Beckys_Mom on 8 July, 2009, 13:36
She sure is
Comment icon #6 Posted by Kissmet on 12 July, 2009, 6:35
Gorgeous.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Murdison on 16 July, 2009, 20:48
is that your bird..??? nice one
Comment icon #4 Posted by tcgram on 19 July, 2009, 20:58
Very pretty picture.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Sherapy on 27 July, 2009, 0:38
she's gorgeous matt we would expect no less ..you two make a great couple...
Comment icon #2 Posted by Mattshark on 3 August, 2009, 2:41
Lol, thank you.Thanks Sheri
Comment icon #1 Posted by ExpandMyMind on 28 December, 2009, 4:42
dude i have new found respect for your pulling power! congrats... now, may i ask why the hell you're always on here when you have a smoking hot bird like that??!


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