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Darek and Spectra!
Darek and Spectra! by @tayjudd (Tabi Judd)

Well Spectra - if you're reading this, I just want to thank you for the millionth time for that picture you did for me by request. I totally forgot about it! And I know how much you said you like Darek, sooooo... TA-DA! I drew you two together. It's my first attempt at Spectra. Ain't it lovely? HUH!?!? YAY!?!? Oo;

Binka boo, I type random words for you!! PULL MY FINGER!! Wait... don't pull my finger... I want to be able to see you again. Oo;

Don't eat Bertie Bott's EveryFlavor Beans... They really mean it when they say "Every Flavor". I know... I had some today. Meep. x_x Artwork © Copyright 2002 Tabitha Judd

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Posted: Sunday, 30 June, 2002 @ 12:45 AM

Heh, cute. Your version of Spec looks just like her version. Nice job.

Posted: Sunday, 14 July, 2002 @ 03:06 AM

Awww! ^^ I don't know HOW I could have missed this before! This is so sweet ^-^ Thank you! I love it! And yeah, I think Darek is pretty darn sexy ^_~ lol Man, I just can't get over how nice this is ^^ Thank you so much!

Posted: Friday, 19 July, 2002 @ 01:06 AM

aww..i envy

Posted: Friday, 19 July, 2002 @ 01:07 AM

aww..i envy

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