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    With the aid of her friend, "the bandit", this young lady shows you a few tricks.



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    THAT was fun!
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    Okay her little English accent is strangely... reassuring. "As soon as I realize I'm going to be attacked, I hold my bag more firmly to my side!" This is great stuff, you gotta love YouTube.
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    That was Great! I know she knows whats coming, but he does appear to attack with some power.

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    Awesome.
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    That was one hell of a persistant Masher. Anyway he took a lot of punishment
    To no avail. That'll teach him!!

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    I almost saw her "knickers"! LOL!
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    Good stuff, and all in heels and while retaining her purse. I think I'd drop my purse... uh, I mean bag...

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    OK that was awesome. Nice find! There is definitely something alluring about a girl that can kick some major butt. I love it!
    All difficult things have their origin in that which is easy, and great things in that which is small. - Lao Tzu


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdparsons View Post
    Good stuff, and all in heels and while retaining her purse. I think I'd drop my purse... uh, I mean bag...

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