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Michelle Watt

Michelle Watt

Michelle Watt. Personal Profile. A Little About Me!!!. My Name Is Michelle Watt And I Am 19 Years Old, I Am On My Second Year Of Studying Travel & Tourism At Reid Kerr College. I Live In Glasgow, Govan With My Mum, Dad And Brothers. I Also Have A Cat And A Kitten. My Aspirations!!! .

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Worse Is Better, for Better or for Worse

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