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How do you get a husband?

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2011-09-13 02:14:44
2011-09-13 02:14:44

talk to boys be cool and funny k?

then if you and the boy or guy are girlfriend and boyfriend DATE!

then if the guy ask you to marry him 1st you should feel confident that you want a life with him or if you don't feel confident say i am not ready for this yet so that's how you get a husband

hehe o yea feel good about you and him k?

k bye :)

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