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    #1

    Smile leave furrow behind me

    I don't ordinarily leave my furrow behind me.


    What does it imply? Thanks.

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    Re: leave furrow behind me

    The turtle is leaving a track in the ground. He is suggesting that someone is heavier than usual.

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    Re: leave furrow behind me

    Thanks, Anglika.

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