Happy Birthday lagman

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Happy Birthday lagman who is 23 today
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I'll let someone else give you a cake.
 

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I hope you're having a great birthday lagman! Hopefully someday you'll have the time to come back.
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But enough of that. I hope you're happy, and that your spending today with friends and family, and enjoying yourself. Best wishes.
 

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