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“I don't really want to go, but I feel kind of obligated.”
“They've been getting a bit of media attention lately.”
“To be honest, I’m kind of looking to branch out into something different.”
“It's good stuff. Organic, no artificial flavors or preservatives... and it's pretty tasty!”
“It's a little overcast.”
“The fender is a little dented. Otherwise, it's as good as new.”
“Our faces are a little out of focus.”
“It's kind of hit-or-miss.”
“It seems to be trendy these days to have a bit of stubble. To me, it just looks messy.”
“They're a little bland, don't you think?”
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