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“Not sure. I'm still on the fence.”
“To strike out on your own at that age, that takes guts.”
“All right, so much for that one.”
“Obviously, I'm not exactly at peak physical condition myself, so who am I to talk?”
“You hear about how nice it is there, and I thought, "Yeah, OK." But it totally lives up to the hype.”
“Something smells good! My mouth is watering already.”
“I’m the kind of person who doesn’t give up, no matter what gets thrown at me.”
“You look like you got some sun.”
“Yeah, that's totally fine. The more the merrier!”
“I'm so out of it this morning.”
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