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Tony Irwin
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Posted on 24-06-2007 15:20
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As some of you have expressed interest in my new avatar, I thought you'd like to meet the rest of the family, so I compiled a group photo... Wink
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Very funny looking Grin
 
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Right, you are the good-looking one; so which one is the wife?
 
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Smile loool
Even the larva can appears so cool. Wink This is a great example! Smile
 
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Oooohh what a curious family!!!! It looks like some Star Wars "people"!

And the dad? (first one) eating a chocolate ice-cream with nuts... Smile
 
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