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Thursday, 10 November 2005

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lauriant

what about the picture of our newest miss?

Ma Mary

I wonder. She does not want us to remember our wasted youth. How merciful she is.

tita espoir fombang

congratulations must go to rita and the panel who nominated her but to my opinion miss cameroon is just a name and has got nothing to offer ordinary cameroonians.politicians have tried in this atmosphere of corruption to no avail.miss, just enjoy your reign and to my opinion use u fame to persue u dreams.visiting the poor would not help the poor.

matthew johnson

nice job. i'm planning to come back here in the future. my parents didnt told me about it: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/info/history/build.html , to Compute Mistery you should be very Green black girls on their mission , Collective is feature of White Mistery thins that excited you at 14

shai williams

florence, you did a very good job. winning a beaty pageant is not only about physical beauty.it is about who you are inside.do not be carried away by what people expect of you.just continue to be yourself and with the title and help you can get help the people you promised to help.and some advice modelling has nothing to do with nudity...you can take modeling to what ever level you want to for whatever you expect in return.no one can force u against your will....remember that.in all you do never loose grip of your values......they shape us

yums

Right, it was God who crowned, not a group of horny old men on Vitamin V (the blue pill).

stella fonkeng

That was wonderful on your path florence. You did nice job. Please use this opportunity to persue your dreams.Enjoy yourself girl.

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