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Das Leben ist wie eine Schachtel Pralinen - man weiß immer, was man bekommt.pralinenschachtel.de ist der Blog von Till Krüss, indem er über seine mehr oder weniger tiefschürfenden Gedanken und Gefühle schreibt.
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Life is like a box of chocolates - you always know what you get. pralinenschachtel.de is the blog of Krüss Till, when he writes about his more or less profound thoughts and feelings.
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