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By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  December 26, 2007

BigWillieStyle(12.28.2012 03:30PM): hey guys!

BigWillieStyle(12.28.2012 03:30PM): sorry i’ve been away so long. i got this dope new pullup bar i been on like 8hrs a day for like...ever. can’t stay away i’m jacked!

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:32PM): anyway what’s the dish?

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:32PM): =P

BigWillieStyle(12.28.2012 03:34PM): uh dudes where u at?

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:34PM): wait hold up dog’s growling again. bitch is so cute but she been squirrelly lately

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:45PM): fucking antelope outside! couldn’t get a shot off tho

BrainEatah911 (12.28.2012 03:46PM): age/sex/bloodtype?

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:47PM): 45/m/o- ... u?

BrainEatah911 (12.28.2012 03:49PM): close enough wanna hang?

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:50PM): that’d be dope havent talked in a while

BrainEatah911 (12.28.2012 03:51PM): where u live?

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:52PM): 16 washington square

BrainEatah911 (12.28.2012 03:53PM): good see u at dusk

BigWillieStyle (12.28.2012 03:54PM): sounds great! u like bob marley?

BrainEatah911 (12.28.2012 03.54PM): w00t

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