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“Megan was pissed off at Don, but since she couldn't yell at him directly she took it out on Peggy.”
“She told me she had to draw some blood, and I swear I nearly fainted.”
“He wears his hair slicked-back?”
“At first I was in total shock.”
“There's this nosy lady next door who's always in our business.”
“I came this close to packing up and moving out to Hollywood to pursue an acting career.”
“Once upon a time, there was a kingdom ruled by a kind and beautiful queen.”
“The next thing I know, I'm sprawled out on the floor.”
“You should have seen the look on his face. It was priceless!”
“I finally had to swallow my pride and beg my parents to lend me some money.”
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