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  1. lukaszh's Avatar

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    set me free

    SET ME FREE. What does it mean?

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    Re: set me free

    As is it means let me go. What's the context, lukaszh?


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    Re: set me free

    Let me be free- let me do anything I want

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    Re: set me free

    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Let me be free- let me do anything I want
    It's probably a good idea to wait for the poster to give us the context. Otherwise, by guessing we're just going to waste space.

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    Re: set me free

    He probably didn't see your post Cas, look at the post-time 14.07...14.08

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