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The Picture of Dorian Gray 3361 Views
Dorian Gray wasn't exactly careful about what he wished for (glorious youth forever), and it definitely came true (because he owned a magical portrait of himself that absorbed all the bad mojo he was collecting). Needless to say, things don't end well for Mr. Gray.
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