mercredi 21 juillet 2021

mardi 15 juin 2021

Nocella Gerard & Marie:hé _

Ce n'est que récemment que je suis tombé sur ce système et que je pensais qu'il ne faisait aucun doute que vous devriez l'essayer. https://bit.ly/2Te8R6m



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vendredi 11 juin 2021

Salut ami _

Je suis toujours un peu inquiet, car je ne pensais pas que c'était vraiment possible https://bit.ly/3gqV70m





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jeudi 3 juin 2021

mardi 27 avril 2021

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à bientôt

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