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No Matter What the Internet Tells You, You Can’t Buy Other People’s Affection

People won’t love you for the things you have and that’s a good thing

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Watching my friend Terrance is like watching a slow-motion tale of tragedy unfold. Terrance is the kind of guy who never feels good enough — he never feels quite…




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