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“I see. Well, thanks anyway.”
“Thanks, but I can't. I have a lot to catch up on.”
“No, I'm good, thanks.”
“Thanks! I don't know if that's necessarily true, but it's nice of you to say.”
“No thanks. I'm too wired up as it is.”
“A few years ago, they were on the brink of extinction. Now they're thriving, thanks to conservation efforts.”
“No thanks. Sunscreen makes my skin feel all oily.”
“Penguins are remarkably well adapted to their icy environment, thanks to millions of years of evolution.”
“Thanks but no thanks.”
“No, I packed my lunch today. Thanks, though.”
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