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Belle Haven& Friendly Acres Over 13 s Youth Club Newsletter

[ Sponsor message] [ Sponsor message] [ Sponsor message] Hey KIDS! [ Sponsor message] [ Boztank pls insert’ hey children’ GIF here] [ Sponsor message] Exciting News ! First up: Exciting news! We’re going to be migrating the Club Newsletter to a new format from next month that will be delivered in person! In virtual reality! This means you’ll be able to feel like I’m sitting right next to you saying this stuff right in your face instead of merely passively reading it off a screen and perhaps getting distracted…

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Welp, this woman just dedicated birth on Facebook Live

Such articles contains graphic content and may be NSFW . All of us, in one route or the other, were born. Some of us arrived quietly, others kicking and calling. A couple of our daddies filmed the whole thing on a camcorder or iPhone. But none of us were born on Facebook Live. Until now. Expectant father Fakamalo Kihe Eiki filmed the delivery in several stages, from early contractions to what seem to be the final pushings , noting that he wasmissing an important court date to find the birth…

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Food Has Eaten the Internet and It Tastes Like a Vampire Taco

On a lazy Friday afternoon, I fell down a hole filled with food. I was supposed to be writing. Instead I found myself in a waking Facebook dream of cheesy French pull-apart bread and whiskey iced tea, ice cream donut holes and pulled pork porchetta sandwiches. Easy-bake artichokes zippedpast; honey BBQ chicken wings and strawberry cotton candy cocktails beckoned. As for the deliciously greasy-looking vampire tacos, Im still not sure why theyre called that. It doesn’t matter. What’s important is I watched clip after clip of anonymous hands crafting perfectly…

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The miracle of live: man utilizes Facebook Live to stream his child’s birth

Fakamalo Kihe Eiki defended himself from internet backlash, saying The gift of life is so bad to share wow such a world “were living in” shame A California human has defended himself from criticism after live-streaming his childs birth on Facebook Live on Monday. Fakamalo Kihe Eiki from Carmichael, California, is described as a Christian comedian on his Facebook page. He posted the creek in the early hours of Monday morning, and it quickly gained upwards of 90,000 views. Thanks guys for enjoying the gift of life with me lol…

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