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Building a pond for the backyard.

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waykoolplantz

better have a few more kids if youre ever gonna finish this project

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1 hour ago, waykoolplantz said:

better have a few more kids if youre ever gonna finish this project

Haha, good one-was actually thinking about taking my time and getting a vasectomy... 

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