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[OFFICIAL] Minatozaki Sana (사나) Spazz Thread

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LOL!!! Thanks to the wonce thingy Sana got her own spazz thread hahhahahahahahhahaa

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1 hour ago, Prof. Cycas said:

LOL!!! Thanks to the wonce thingy Sana got her own spazz thread hahhahahahahahhahaa

I should've started a Sana spazz thread earlier, pls forgive me Sana ;~;

https://2wice.net/creamy/

EVERYONE MUST WATCH THIS !! /ded

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I think this thread might create a new religion in the future because she looks like a goddess to me. :sn-cutie:

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Even so, I would gladly convert to whatever religion it is hahaha LOL :sn-lol:

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I don't understand this gif??????????????????????????????????????????????????? halp 

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On 4/2/2016 at 2:41 AM, Koi said:

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I don't understand this gif??????????????????????????????????????????????????? halp 

SHE STARES AT U AS SHE DOES THAT OMG IM SO DED

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2 minutes ago, patzuyu said:

SHE STARES AT U AS SHE DOES THAT OMG IM SO DED

WHO ALLOWED HER????? HER FREAKING TONGUE!!!!!!

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49 minutes ago, Koi said:

WHO ALLOWED HER????? HER FREAKING TONGUE!!!!!!

SHE HAS NO REMORSE FOR THE ONCE'S THAT DIED WATCHING

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1 minute ago, patzuyu said:

SHE HAS NO REMORSE FOR THE ONCE'S THAT DIED WATCHING

AND DID YOU SEE THIS??????

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SHE WANTS ALL OF US DEAD

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1 hour ago, Koi said:

AND DID YOU SEE THIS??????

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SHE WANTS ALL OF US DEAD

She knows exactly what she's doing. She's far from oblivious. Oh my gosh, she looks so amazing wtf, truly living up to her position in the group. Cutie-sexy 

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18 hours ago, Koi said:

How can she go from this CfIy06-VAAAL7CJ.jpg

to this CfIDN3iUIAI4UDk.jpg

I don't understand :flushed:

TRUE DEFINITION OF 'CUTIE-SEXY' SANA ;~;

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