ooooh - wuff, wuff

Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli, Minipli
Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli, Minipli
Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle

Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli, Minipli
Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli, Minipli
Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli, Minipli
Dauerwelle, Dauerwelle - Minipli


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    Welch poetische Lyrik :)

    Ygramulon September 11, 2002   Link
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    wuff, wuff? Ist mir noch nie aufgefallen. Cool.

    vission April 05, 2006   Link
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    die "gepluggte" unplugged-version is soo geil, wo sie das ganze lächerliche pseudo-kiss makeup draufhaben. @ vissi: ja, den wuff wuff teil hab ich auch noch nie bemerkt. muss mirs wieder mal anhören.

    anna_banana3009on July 28, 2006   Link

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