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I will be back!

Hello there!

Excited, excited as I am going on a vacation. I leave tonight.I am going here and will also be meeting him!

I get back on October 4th.I leave you with a crystal ball that will answer your questions!(if you don't like the answer it gives, just keep trying till it gives you one you like!) :-)

Good luck! And see you when I get back!

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  1. good luck, have a nice trip

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  2. I've already met him..!See you soon!

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  3. Just catching up on all my blog friends now and I see you are 'out'! Your holiday sounds fantastic and I am sure you will have a good time. Shame I didn't know as I work from London sometimes adn I would have liked to have met you in person.

    I hope you bring back plenty of pics and I look forward to hearing all about your trip!

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  4. Timepass:Thank you!

    Niall:Yep!

    Bob-kat:Maybe we can meet..Check your blog!

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  5. Oh wow!! I am excited for ya that you are gonna meet Niall..Woo Hoo!:D Am sure it will be a great experience.

    And also that ball thing. haha..Cool stuff. And i was a playing a punk when i asked question.:P

    Cheers! Happy Vacationing! will miss ya posts!

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  6. I will find out soon if I am to be in London during your stay. You cna be sure that if I am I will look you up! :)

    Have a fantastic holiday!

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  7. Have fun.

    I got the answer I wanted. Sweet.

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  8. Swwetsticky: thanks!! See u when i get back.

    Nessa: Glad you did!

    Bob-kat:Yep--it will be great.

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  9. hey , hve a great time...say hi to neil from my side...try to steal a picture if u can :)...

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  10. I'm sure you'll have a wonderful time!
    Have a great trip :)

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  11. Good luck. have a grt time!

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  12. Hope you have a good time. London is a great city and I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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  13. Bon voyage and be sure to carry some warm winter clothing.

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  14. Have a good one PS!

    Keshi.

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  15. Hope you have a great time, PS: have fun, be safe.

    :-)

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  16. Enjoy ur vaccation, yeepie u gonna meet Niall, what fun! have a great time in London :)

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  17. have a nice vacation!!! hope to see u back soon.
    Btw i am also leaving for delhi tomorrow to meet some friends before i head for mysore..will be back on 3rd.
    Tk cr.

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  18. See you when you return!
    Off to see what the crystal ball says now...
    xo
    Blue

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  19. Great news Preeti...

    Hope to see you in Taipei soon...Enjoy your vacation!

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  20. You have a good time Preeti! I saw the pictures at Niall's blog! :D Come back with more posts about the meeting!

    I am excited too. I will be coming to India on October 14! Yay!!

    Vidya

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  21. yoohoo.. the details of the meeting are out before u wrote about it.. thanks to Niall's blog :D ..such a sweet experience.. :)

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  22. Hope you had a nice trip. Come and pick up an award

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  23. When I gaze upon this ball, I see only the unblinking eye of the Dark Lord!

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  24. Have a grand time :>

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  25. hey awesome stuff there.. keep rockin.. n chk out my blog
    http://harinip.blogspot.com/

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  26. Hope you had a fabulous trip! And this crystal ball OMG! is awesome , it gave me the right answers for all my questions :D

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