Tuesday, December 15, 2009

What should we do when summoning RA?

memorize this and chant this when RA is summon

13 comments:

yugiohvillage said...

just happy for successful summon the god...

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Wayne Rooney, former England striker Gary Lineker and Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill have also said they believe Redknapp should be given the job.
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