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Happy New Year 2011!


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2011 Contract

 

After serious & cautious consideration...

 

Your contract of friendship has been renewed for the New Year 2011

 

It was a very hard decision to make...

 

So try not to screw it up!!!

 

My Wish for You in 2011

 

May peace break into your home and may thieves come to steal your debts.

 

May the pockets of your jeans become a magnet for $100 bills.

 

May love stick to your face like Vaseline and may laughter assault your lips!

 

May happiness slap you across the face and may your tears be that of joy

 

May the problems you had, forget your home address!

 

In simple words ............

 

May 2011 be the best year of your life!!!

 

Happy New Year

 

That says it all....

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