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Brutality Hunting With CUTE D'vorah! - Mortal Kombat 11: "D'vorah" Gameplay



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Not gonna lie id try and work sonething out with Dvorah
(Late comment 😂😂) but everyone has their own opinions and i think D' Vorah is cute because those big of eyes makes her kinda look lile she from an anime in a way 😂
I can't believe I called myself a D'vorah fan before but never knew about your channel.
Cute?!
DVORAH IS NOT CUTE SHE KILLED THE CUT ONE MILEENA MILEENA IS CUTE NOT DVORAH THAT FAT DIRTY UGLY BUG
D vora cute no way
has super ever getup rolled? he couldve gotten that geras off guard
hi, Super we are both fan of dvorrah, aside from dvorrah my favorite characters are sheeva(my very first) then sindel erron black and cetrion
I think dvorah looks hit in that outfit.
Girl looks like Predator with that weave lol not to be rude ;)
She is kinda cute
D’Vorah Looks Like Tyga 😂
I just came back from a little camping trip, has the definition of the word "Cute" been changed in the last few days?
Cause if so I gotta say, I haven't shaved or took a shower in like a week, and I look and smell cute af right now
She appeared "cute" because of that smile and that hair to think she's Cyrax
I like how humble he is-complimenting opponents on good moves and things like that :)
Dvorah is still ugly af
kardeşim, sen aptalsın neden ölümcül kullanmıyorsun?
Super has been hanging out with his bro too much, hes into bug girls now
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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.