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“All right, I'll let it slide this time.”
“A woman wants a guy who she can click with, in terms of, like, her interests and hobbies.”
“She's off her rocker.”
“He had a really great run for a few years there in the late '90s.”
“I was in stitches the whole show.”
“I’m... ah... I'm exploring my options right now.”
“To be honest, I’m kind of looking to branch out into something different.”
“Thanks for coming. Let’s go ahead and get started.”
“OK, well, I’ll let you get settled in.”
“We were growing really rapidly for the first few months, but since then it’s evened off.”
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