Dudley Locks Collection Series Review

Let's face it, our school lockers are our home away from home. It's a place to express your personal style. Most of that expression is done on the inside - unless you own a Dudley lock. Back to Article

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ariel101 wrote:
2012-08-03 16:14:48 -0700

it seems fun but i dnt hve lockers at my school

XxpinkloverxX wrote:
2011-08-03 17:10:47 -0700

sweet! i might totally get one!!

Jocs(; wrote:
2011-08-03 17:08:50 -0700

Totally sweet wont mind having one!

smexy4everyone wrote:
2011-08-03 09:34:30 -0700

Thats really useful for next year

DemiLuva wrote:
2011-08-02 22:13:58 -0700

Awesome! I wouldn't mind a Dudley Lock of my own! Big Grin
Let's keep on topic guys! Wink

hotpie wrote:
2011-08-02 22:11:19 -0700

Aww Ya Changd It Again Its Cute Like You

hotpie wrote:
2011-08-02 22:08:27 -0700

Im Stiil First xD

ttoonnyy wrote:
2011-08-02 22:07:29 -0700

4th lol might as well keep it going Big Grin

kikiepoo wrote:
2011-08-02 22:04:59 -0700

third..!!! not all the great as first..

-Simpley,Allison♥_1780705 wrote:
2011-08-02 22:03:45 -0700

i'm second(:

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Which Dudley Design Rocks?

  • The crazy green spirograph is definitely cool.
  • The Ying/Yang - very funky.
  • The wicked smiley face, for sure!
  • I love them all!

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