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Topic # 14696 16-Jul-2007 14:51
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That's right - enter over at Caffe Laffare
Only for NZ residents.

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  Reply # 78291 16-Jul-2007 15:24
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Shhhhh you're not meant to tell anyone else!!!!

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  Reply # 78327 16-Jul-2007 17:00
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Dang! Only 4x200g per month. I'll need to seriously cut back if I win.




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  Reply # 78334 16-Jul-2007 17:30
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mmmm cooofffeeee



thanks for the link :)

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