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Friday Giggles: Antwerp Version


I dare you not to smile.

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  1. HAHAHA! Is it sort of like ImprovEverywhere?

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  2. That was hilarious! How did they pull that off?

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  3. I love love love love it!

    (and you win, damit, I smiled--and teared up a little)









    I seem to be a tad hormonal, though :wink:

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  4. I teared up too! It was just so beautiful. Laughing and crying at the same time. PMS is so fun.

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  5. Oh thank God I'm not the only one who teared up. That was absolutely wonderful!

    Amy -- running with the whole PMS excuse; that works.

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  6. Fabulous! Life seems brighter after watching this!

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  7. I'm so glad you all enjoyed it. And no worries about tearing up. I got all glassy-eyed myself. You nailed it, Kip, things seemed brighter after watching it. I loved how it seemed to make all the train station goers happy almost in spite of themselves.

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