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“You look like you got some sun.”
“Don't you think she has your, kind of, pointy ears?”
“He has a kind of solid build, right?”
“Uh, babe? You might want to trim that beard...”
“He's around fiftyish, I'd say.”
“It's funny: he's this big, burly guy but his voice is all soft and high-pitched.”
“I think the guy in the fedora just winked at me.”
“My my! Don't you look dapper?”
“If you keep plucking them, you'll end up with no eyebrows left.”
“He wears his hair slicked-back?”
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