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“Would you know how to change the tire if you got a flat?”
“I think you need to go to a mechanic.”
“I don't drive recklessly though. I'm just accident-prone.”
“Did you get much for the Toyota?”
“He was your stereotypical sleazy car salesman.”
“They're one of the most reliable cars on the road.”
“The fender is a little dented. Otherwise, it's as good as new.”
“Look on the bright side: now you can justify getting something newer.”
“Hmm... well, I must admit: I'm stumped.”
“Wouldn't you know it, my car broke down on the way to the interview!”
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