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(The lag's on purpose. I wanted it to have that "maybe this is the last time she'll open her mouth again" feeling.)
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What's sad is that she won't really get it. Odds are she will think something is wrong with your CD player, but also think you are trying to play a really great song.
Also, I will respond "smartly" to one of your "wicked smart" posts someday.
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Thursday, 26 March 2009 at 05:49 PM
I propose the following solution:
Step 1: use one of these every time you hear her talk.
Step 2: casually mention at some point that you've been having problems with
cell reception too, planting the suggestion that there's some problem.
Step 3: at some point, casually mention that the area's become a cell dead-spot
due to wireless interference from [insert random U.C high tech labby thing].
Friday, 27 March 2009 at 11:48 PM
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