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Topic # 97152 12-Feb-2012 08:27
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So, who's going this year?
For those who dont know, big gay out is a yearly gathering of the gay community in Auckland, but many people probably come from out of Auckland too.
It's at Coyle Park and its today, so y'all should come along if you aren't already :D

-Sam 




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  Reply # 580513 12-Feb-2012 15:27
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Definately not me !

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  Reply # 580518 12-Feb-2012 15:36
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I wonder how many Whitney numbers were done...



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  Reply # 580593 12-Feb-2012 21:32
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Lol not many people there knew she had died until the end when Zoe mentioned it during her performance, which was amazing I might add.
The whole day was so fun, full of laughs and free stuff.
Absolutely red now from the sun, or what sun there was but I don't care, it was so fun :D




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