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  • Mig
    a sea shell?

    How about - "Who am I?"
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  • Duv
    started a topic What Is It?

    What Is It?

    I was wondering, yes, wondering if there would be any interest in creating a space somewhere on this excellent forum called: "What Is This?" Perhaps the criteria could be no manipulation, raw entry. Others can guess what it is and change to suit their own creative desires. Anyhow, what is this? Probably too easy!

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