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Derrek#14 3
It should be: do you use a micro-SD card? -> A card <- (not simply: card). It should also be: I have an iPhone (not: I has ...).
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Adrian#22 9
Man, is a joke. If you are a iPhone user you don't have a brain anyway :))))
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Guest#32 3
I HAVE an Iphone, learn to write!
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Carl#40 4
I have a Note 5 and we all know what Samsung did with that phone
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Guest#51 0

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Guest#60 1
i have 16 GB internal memory
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Quinten Althues#70 0
Yes, I has microSD card, and I also has Samsung

Yes, I've got a microSD card, and I also have got Samsung

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Captain Obvious#80 1
I has cheeseburger.
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Guest#90 0
I got 32gb sd card
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Future-Stan#100 2
I have a 512 GB SD Card INSIDE my iPhone
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Guest#110 0
I store my shit on the PC every couple months, plus there's the Google cloud service backing my stuff up online.
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F.M#120 0
128 GB
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Learn How 2 Type#130 0
HAVE!
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