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Things I should have saidOver the course of my life, I have found several things that I am ashamed of saying. But I am even more ashamed of the things I did not say.
Here are a few of them
She happens to be a good friend of mine who appreciates me for who I am, so I would appreciate you not calling her a bitch.
I don't really care what you think. I'm not going to base my life decisions of your inability to think openly about something.
I like you too. We should hang out sometime.
She likes you just as much as you like her.
Gramma wasn't my Gramma in the traditional sense of the word. We weren't even related. But every time I came over to her house, she would treat me like one of the grand kids. She would ask how I was doing, and what was happening in my life. She used to love when I played the Piano. She would sit there and smile, humming along if she knew the song. I miss you, Gramma, and I love you.
He's cheating on you.
Don't do it.
Women are uselessWhen walking down the hallways, We often see a large number of girls flirting with boys. It warms the heart to see the young women of today getting a head start on making something of themselves. We, of course, have no women who depend upon us explicitly, but it is assured that every single sentence of this document is pure truth, honesty, and chaste fact. At an early age, they have already come to peace with the fact that theirs is a nigh useless gender, and already they search for a nice man to settle down with. Of course, some of them will be decidedly stubborn and spout nonsensical fantasies of employment and self-actualization. It is these deluded few who pose the greatest threat to our society, economy, and country as a whole; furthermore, it is up the male gender, as always, to solve those problems created by women.
It is, of course, common knowledge that the women of the world are sadly incapable of making anything of themselves without relying on the brains, brawn, and skills
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