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By meet Chloe / Sunday 19 February 2012 09:15 / Australia
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  kyrosk91  |  6

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  kyrosk91  |  6

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Due to her lack of social life at work; she probably got desperate and nervous when you engaged conversation with her. I'm sure she'll chill out once she becomes confident that she's not going to be ignored at work anymore.

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  The_Hitdude  |  12

First of all #83 there are two forms of the word your/you're in the correction, with two different meanings. That was the point of his explanation. Efashah, you're (yes YOU ARE) an idiot.

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  Furrywhiplash  |  14

Oh, but she most definitely IS a keeper. She is going to keep popping up in his life whether he wants her to or not. If things go astray, she will probably keep his severed head hidden in a freezer. Either way she could be considered a "keeper."

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  Awsumuzzie  |  12

Not really, I befriended a lot of people that had "no friends" and a lot of them were great. Also, when I first came to America, people were afraid to talk to me, which isn't a good reason.

By  perdix  |  29

I'll bet she had recently had her hand in her "chip packet." Did your chips suddenly become Salt and Vinegar flavored? Make sure at dinner, you serve open-faced roast beef sandwiches . . . topped with Limburger cheese.

By  Tiecho  |  4

Theres usually a reason people ignore/ stay away from other people. True, sometimes ppl can be just mean and rude to ppl who are different, but thats a lot more wasted energy that you dont have to use

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