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Welcome to Grumpy Groupies!!! This group is open to every one. I hope that all my buddies will join and use it often. Sad or happy, NO discussion is taboo. I do ask that you use Trigger in the title when necessary. Hopefully we can have fun and also support those who are having a hard time. Muahs
Hello Ggarret, its nice to meet you and nice to have you join our crazy place. This board can be a bit slow at times, so Im sorry that I didnt see your post until now.
So, why dont you tell us a little bit about yourself.
When all else fails, go Bipolar all over their azzes!!
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