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The REAL BFG

I said it, he said it, even she agreed. I'm gonna go again to the book fair sometime this week to browse properly what's on offer. But this time I'll be armed with a towel!

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  1. Haha! That's a good one! Wait till the BFG sees it.....

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  2. I met BFG during the recent chinese new year at a friend's house and I didn't realise he's related to you till his parents took him home..hahaa.. I did speak to him though!

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  3. Are you sure this guy is really a 'Big FRIENDLY Giant? Lol you know what I mean.

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  4. JPF I think the one you met during CNY was the LFG (little friendly giant), BFG's younger brother :)

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