This person has spammed the requests for the 2nd week in a row...you might want to say your goodbyes now
You are right. I couldn't get what does he want. Why is making this weird kind of request?
May be he is new. And doesnot know how to work on hubpages. Or may be a spammer, as you said.
His requests are gone but he is still here. Stay tuned for next week...
Not another one??!! LOL! They disappear eventually!
by Don Bobbitt8 days ago
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by WeddingConsultant8 years ago
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