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Whenever I find something I like, it's too expensive.
I didn't want this to happen.
I want a boat that will take me far away from here.
I want a boat that'll take me far away from here.
Not wanting is the same as having.
Who wants some hot chocolate?
He doesn't want you to tell him about your sex life.
I want you to tell me the truth.
For my tastes, I'd prefer plainer, or rather, more tasteful clothing.
If you're doing it in fun, I'd rather you didn't come.
Now that I think of it, I've been asked to look at a haiku he'd written by the tipsy bloke sitting next to me on the train.
"What is it?" "Well, you see, I wanted the shrubs pruned."
With your ability it should be a doddle, but please don't be prideful of that but first apply yourself dilligently with everyone in your class.
In the cold season when you want to drink something hot I recommend this sort of thermos flask.
Don't dodge the issue, I want you to answer my question.
I don't expect him to understand my innermost thoughts but I wonder what I can do to get him to hold an interest.
I want my own house, even if it's a shack.
Who wants to buy a motorcycle with squeaky brakes?
If so then I want you to do something for me. That will make us even.
I wish you'd quit that sort of super-league stupidity.

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