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    DOGDANCING_TCOS posted:
    Thank you for swooping in an saying hello. I've spent the day crying my brians out. Next time we meet up in the forest you own me a box of tissues old friend.
    I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
     
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    lovely_lemon_tree replied to FlyingFree's response:
    I hope you see this, friend.

    You've become important to me and I am sad that we will not meet for a long time to come. I hoped that someone would be able to do what you do, but you're unique and there's no one out there like you.

    Safe travels.
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