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DO U LIKE JUSTIN BIEBER?

hello strangers and visitors! i am writing like a kid agian because justin bieber is a kid . i am doing a report for school and i need to know if u liek bieber... if u dont no who bieber is here is a picture of bieber



thta is a is a picture of justin bieber. now i need to no if u like him cause we have to make survay (sp???) and graph them for math class... my teacher miss pawlenty was like if u dont have this u r gonna be gettin a phone call to my parents bc i missed like 3o r 4 of these tests already.... here are his traxxxx!



i should of had more tracks but u got to tell me do u like him bc i am trying to get a good grade


DO YOU LIKE JUSTINBIEBER?
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this is worth like a couple hundred perecents of my grade so really if u would feel it out it would help me a lot thanks!
i posted this on my live journal but my friend malorie (bitch!!!! haha jk!!!) told me we had to haev it so ppl other than our freinds to answer the question so plz answer my qs :)

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  1. he makes me feel like mary kay letourneau and he's the sweaty hispanic that i'm going to have the babies of

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