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Sir Jimmie on a Shelf – Sir Jimmie

I have heard a lot of uproar about elves hiding on shelves. “How fun can it be to sit on a shelf?” I thought to myself.

But, an adventurous knight am I, I decided to give it a try.

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Posted:January 12, 2018


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