Anyone else prefer it, use it? It's darned clever, so it is
Ohhhhh lol you guys! I used it for replying in the forum, saying hi to new followers - and trekking about after other hubbers.
It's like an ironing maid. Or a sock elf. For sure - it's great
I still have to play around with it more...but it looks neat
by Ben Guinter7 years ago
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by imatellmuva7 years ago
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by Anesidora6 years ago
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