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“I've never gotten into baseball for some reason.”
“Ashley, for God's sake, go to the doctor and get that checked out!”
“It gets monotonous after a while, don't you think?”
“I used to be able to run five miles without breaking a sweat. Now I get winded after the first five minutes.”
“Before we get started, I have something to tell everyone. I wanted to let you all know that I'm pregnant.”
“It's nice and all, but by the second or third day I started to get restless.”
“OK, let me take attendance and then we'll get started.”
“I got a flat.”
“That's a very generous offer. Um, let me think it over for a few days and get back to you.”
“Let's crack open a window and get some fresh air in here.”
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