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It would take me too much time to explain to you why it's not going to work.
Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
I can't live without a TV.
You don't marry someone you can live with — you marry the person whom you cannot live without.
Is it wrong to leave my baby crying?
Mum said the same thing. But, so what? It's got nothing to do with me.
Once you enter a company, you have to work for the company, whether you want to or not.
I tried to take care with the shadows, but it just doesn't go very well.
People who think that if they are to lose weight they must go on a strict fast.
I'm worried because the dentist I went to recently told me, "You've got periodontitis alright".
It's nothing to do with me, equals, I don't have to be here. So I'm getting out of here, whatever anybody says!
"You don't get on well with your father?" "..." "Sorry, that was none of my business."
In the font business you must never trust anybody!
Truthfully, if I'd said I didn't have any regrets over my snap decision I'd have been lying.
OK, this next! The combination of this and this might be way sexy!
Let's use our experiences to nurture the sense needed to make marital relations go well.
Taking into account the time I'd just spent napping, I'm really picking up the sense that this time's exam really won't be straight forward.
You can't go putting your values on people's work!
We reached our destination just as I thought the car was going to give up the ghost.

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