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8 hours ago, Prokharkoo84 said:

internet tough guy? nang i travelled from cardiff to southall and your top boy big tedh flapped it. and dont worry when im coming to bham i will let you know in advance so you got no excuse to flap it

I highly doubt someone like you would travel from cardiff to southall lmao

anyways aajo

we'll see if u actually turn up

if you do then make sure to do naam simran on your last breaths.

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15 hours ago, monatosingh said:

I highly doubt someone like you would travel from cardiff to southall lmao

anyways aajo

we'll see if u actually turn up

if you do then make sure to do naam simran on your last breaths.

ask your step dad big tedh if i was there, i aint no p*ssy like you clowns that all u can do is pipe up behind a screen. allow naam simran, stick to eating meat you dirty nang. like i said, when i come to bham, i will let you know.

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On 7/10/2018 at 5:45 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Why don't yall join up with Sikh Youth to fight grooming gangs? Somethin. Cursing each other and blustering for maccies death matches is a waste of your talent. 

happy to do that and only guru ji knows the seva i have done and will continue to do. 

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