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Old 03-08-2008, 03:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Nate the Great View Post
I meant that replying with what I'm actually thinking would put a lot of bad feelings into the air, plus get me into a lot of hot water.
Then don't reply with what you're thinking. Works for me.

Or, you could try thinking things that would put a lot of better feelings in the air (or maybe pull bad feelings out of the air? Surely they've invented something to do that) and help you avoid getting into too much overly heated water. That might be even better!
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