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Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure

Not only did Dora the Explorer recently turn 10 … Nick Jr. also released Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure on DVD on August 3! It’s got an all-star cast … and takes you on a birthday adventure you won’t soon forget! Back to Article

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Libbyh15
Libbyh15 wrote:
2012-02-22 16:13:22 -0800

@purplestar; Exactly, and whens shes all like Whats the answer? Children at home: Silence Dora:Thats righhhhhhhht! xD What kinda message is that?

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PurpleStar124
PurpleStar124 wrote:
2012-02-22 16:12:06 -0800

What was your favorite part of the adventure?

When it ended.

I liked that part too!

LMAO

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blackveilbridesrock11
blackveilbridesrock11 wrote:
2012-02-22 16:07:05 -0800

Big Frown Ugh this brings back memories :I

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avrillavinge3452
avrillavinge3452 wrote:
2012-02-22 16:06:07 -0800

didn't ya hear? Dora's actuley 37. she has a teen boy and teen girl. she's so small coz she had surgrey and lost most of her bones it true i swear to god

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Libbyh15
Libbyh15 wrote:
2012-02-22 16:04:51 -0800

I kept waiting for her to slap the shi* out of Boots for acting so excited about his damn ball! I used to have to watch that when I had to babysit Annoyed

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princessfunny
princessfunny wrote:
2012-02-22 15:59:48 -0800

Dora and Diego are lovers

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unidiane
unidiane wrote:
2012-02-22 15:03:25 -0800

WHO LIKES DORA?????????????

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pookiegirl123
pookiegirl123 wrote:
2012-02-22 15:01:13 -0800

SHAME!

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Hidden Girl
Hidden Girl wrote:
2012-02-22 14:54:44 -0800

OMG who would like dora? she is EVIL!!!!!!!!!!!

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KenziiSoSweet
KenziiSoSweet wrote:
2012-02-22 14:53:32 -0800

I have no Idea Dora is still a kids show. She's like 16...Shamee

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GeekChic
GeekChic wrote:
2012-02-22 14:52:05 -0800

my little sis watches this show and i used to when i was little

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-Annaliese.
-Annaliese. wrote:
2012-02-22 14:51:59 -0800

SWIPER, NO SWIPING!

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2qute4u190
2qute4u190 wrote:
2012-02-22 14:51:50 -0800

i luv diego

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2qute4u190
2qute4u190 wrote:
2012-02-22 14:51:42 -0800

lol

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DanceStarMaliyah
DanceStarMaliyah wrote:
2012-02-22 14:51:17 -0800

his ^ Insted of is

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DanceStarMaliyah
DanceStarMaliyah wrote:
2012-02-22 14:50:59 -0800

Dora's cousin is Deigo.... I hate is smart butt sister!!

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-Promises&Memories-
-Promises&Memories- wrote:
2012-02-22 14:50:52 -0800

@Joe: Lmao ♥

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NothingMoreThanJoe--
NothingMoreThanJoe-- wrote:
2012-02-22 14:49:05 -0800

Dora and her cousin used to get it on. I'm scarred knowing that they allow incest on kids' television.

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2qute4u190
2qute4u190 wrote:
2012-02-22 14:48:30 -0800

lol woow

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2qute4u190
2qute4u190 wrote:
2012-02-22 14:48:20 -0800

y...?

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