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All or Nothing Day

July 26th is all about you! All or Nothing Day is the day to live like it's your last. Do something you've never done before or always wanted to do. Sing in public, learn to drum or take a chance. Back to Article

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Superwholocked132
Superwholocked132 wrote:
2013-07-27 13:37:34 -0700

I think...

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Superwholocked132
Superwholocked132 wrote:
2013-07-27 13:37:16 -0700

@Midapops July 20th

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21inkiepielover
21inkiepielover wrote:
2013-07-27 13:36:09 -0700

I am going with my grandmother to Kmart soon for the sandals for the dance at Camp Hero!

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Midapops
Midapops wrote:
2013-07-27 13:35:53 -0700

Wait when is it?

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-27 13:35:15 -0700

Sounds fun! When is it

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Midapops
Midapops wrote:
2013-07-27 13:34:47 -0700

Im gonna go skinney dipping :P

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chibiwing
chibiwing wrote:
2012-07-21 10:27:15 -0700

Idk what I would doXD too many things and I haven't started ♪( ´▽`)

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animeangel3
animeangel3 wrote:
2012-07-21 10:23:51 -0700

YOU KNOW WHAT I'M GONNA DO? I'M GONNA SCREAM "SPAAAAAAACEEEE" IN A MICROPHONE IN PUBLIC. XD

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CrazeeMonkey
CrazeeMonkey wrote:
2012-07-21 10:20:51 -0700

Yay, first comment! And I know what I'm going to do today~ ;D

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What Will You Do on All or Nothing Day?

  • Go sky diving.
  • Finally ask out my crush.
  • Try out for the community play.
  • Learn to ollie.

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