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“Say "bye bye" to grandma and grandpa.”
“All right. Have a good day.”
“On that note, I think it's time for me to leave.”
“All right man, take it easy!”
“Keep in touch!”
“Have a good one!”
“Here. Take an extra one, just in case.”
“All right, we'll pick it back up in the morning.”
“Guys, let's call it a day.”
“I'd just like to say, on behalf of everyone here, good luck in your new home.”
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