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Default yellow Armeni White

It is yellow, though very pale, but distinctly yellow compared to my
other Armeni White which is truer to its name.

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Default yellow Armeni White

tenman wrote:
It is yellow, though very pale, but distinctly yellow compared to my
other Armeni White which is truer to its name.



My one and only Armeni White opens pale yellow but turns completely
white in 3 or 4 days.

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Wow man they look pretty cool and beautiful,,,,,
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Wow man they look pretty cool and beautiful,,,,,
It look wonderfull but the shot isn't beautiful


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