User talk:Ligulem

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I definitely had enough of this.

Please leave this page and my user page how I have left them and don't leave any notifications any more please. I am changing my password to something I can't remember, so this will hopefully be one of my last edits.



This user is no longer active on Wikipedia as of 26 December 2012

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