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Uh, now it's really weird...
"Ah!" is an interjection.
"...Hey...Hey, teacher!" "Eh? Oh." "Are you really OK? Shouldn't you cancel the lesson?"
Oh, while I remember, it seems that that was a bug that occurs when you use the comment field's 'letter-spacing' tag which adjusts the tracking.
Ah, now I remember. I used a condom; something I rarely, or rather practically never, do.
Yes, truthfully, until it was right in front of me like this, I half-doubted it ...
Oh, but don't worry. I don't put the moves on straight guys.
"May I have one as well?" "Yes, certainly. Today's on the company after all."
"How is it?" "Well, yes ... could be some signs of dehydration."
"Ah ... I'm just not feeling so well" "Really? Are you OK?" "Heh-heh. Actually I'm playing hooky."
"Ah, this is my idiot son Takashi" "Eh-er, yes. (The late) Takashi, right?" "Fuusy, he isn't dead yet! Probably."
Car? Ah, if you mean that limousine, - I chartered it.
I had a nagging feeling that the atmosphere resembled somebody and, now that you mention it, yes, you're right. Certainly ZZ TOP had this kind of feel.
Yes, a man is as good as his word. But I'll just be helping, you understand. You'll have to work too.
Ah, I reckon you go straight down this prefectural road ...
Ah, could it be you're embarrassed to be called by your first name?
He said, "yeah" when she asked if he was tired.
You always talk back to me, don't you?
You always talk back to me, don't you?
She started crying, "Ah! Ah!"

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