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外围体育投注Not sure if this is the correct flair... but please help me understand. Thank you.

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My 5yo daughter’s favourite Disney movie is Moana, and she wants to dress up as her. The thing is, we’re white, and that would mean my daughter would use Polynesian clothing as a costume. Of course, she has no bad intentions and just want to look like the character she loves, but I wanted to know if I should let her do it and teach her about cultural appropriation, or just do it now. Thanks !!

(Sorry for my English btw, I’m French)

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外围体育投注I’ll stop if it is offensive but he is a little cute baby puppy.

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Does the work flair apply here? Or law and government?

Also what about Cameo? OnlyFams?

I’ve never used any of them so I have no idea.

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外围体育投注I'll try to keep this short.


外围体育投注In 2016 I had a foster carer I was living with try to kill me and at the time after getting out of there I never really thought about it now I am thinking about that a lot and I feel kind of dumb for that because it isn't really relevant to life anymore.

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Seriously, why does anybody not use a bidet? Who wants to shove their hand down into their shit covered bum, wipe away, look at it, then throw it into the toilet? It's gross and unsanitary, and you know外围体育投注 theres those people out there that don't wash their hands after. Why not just use a bidet?

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Like ill be about to fall asleep and then ill start thinking something like,"wow if the universe didnt exist, then i wouldnt be here, none of us would be here, i wouldnt be able to think about not being able to think about this." It sounds weird but i do it a lot, anyone else do it?

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