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It's been suggested that we leave a space between the start of a post and the triggering part.

Write something innocuous in the first line. then leave some spaces between in and the subject matter. this should take care of accidentally triggering someone.

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friedeggs posted:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
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friedeggs responded:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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friedeggs replied to friedeggs's response:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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friedeggs replied to friedeggs's response:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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friedeggs replied to friedeggs's response:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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friedeggs replied to friedeggs's response:
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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MandyCake replied to friedeggs's response:
lol.
Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.

Gra'
Bonnie
 
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bubbles_bobble replied to MandyCake's response:
hee hee keep em rolling
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