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American Historical and Literary Curiosities, Part 13. Second Series
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Not only was it physically impossible for him to capture that video, it was also impossible for him to write and publish the post while in the middle of a very public event. Is he such a good typist that he penned the whole thing with one hand while his phone rested in his blazer pocket? Serena Getting Drugged Twice If someone gets a drug slipped in their drink at a club once, shame on the person who put it there.
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Seriously, what did he love about that girl? Her caveman hair? Her petulant whining?
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By the time he was hanging from the side of a building and Chuck let him plummet to his death, though, nobody bought it.
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Actually, go ahead and me because I will defend her to the death, like Khaleesi pulling a giant arrow out of one of her dragons.