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October 16, 2008

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jo

Haha, I guess with video games, we can do almost anything. My friend tried out the Nintendo Wii cooking game and she really likes it. Furthermore she's not much of a cook but had a blast flipping imaginary pans, stirring and cutting veggies.

Mara

OH MY GOD How did I not know about this?! This is now on my list for things I want but can't afford!

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