[I Am Madly, Ridiculously, Passionately In Love With You. I Don't Care About Your Past. Your Race Does Nothing To Change My Feelings. I Love You, You Stubborn Little Fool. Is That Clear Enough For You?]

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Quotes About Ideals In Life

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