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Sorry i missed this,

The spanish say Hola but at SKF we say CHOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLA

You have found some treasure consisting of 

Six pieces of Cholla Wood (12-15cm lengths) 

Please pm me your details and i will pass them on to 

@newbreed

Still remaining '

Boss baby powder and boss booster

Ten pack of Tantora Catappa Leaves and a pack of Benibachi Kale Tablets

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Woohoooooo!

details PM'd

As i said to Larry its not in the rules but would be kindly respected if you reserve the guessing for other people now that you have a price but up to you :) 

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To get people guessing this is the prizes

Balls! Won by @larrymull

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Cholla wood won by JacksonL

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And this is what the rest of you ar competing for!

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annnnnnnnnnnnnnd

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All todays guesses will be checked when i get home from work after 6 tonight. Get involved people

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