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Friend or Significant Other?

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“Maria do you remember when Sra. Pena left us on Revolution when we were 6?” “¿Cómo qué no? Of course I remember how could I forget? The lady who...

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Anagrams from Detention

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Benjamin. Hmm…     Jam, Jen, Jeb, Jan, man, Nim, Jim. Oh, and Ben, of course…     “What’re you doing?” His friend, Misty, was leaning over his paper.     “Anagrams,” Ben...

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Eleanor scribbled, she scrabbled, she scrobbled, she was a visionary, she was a hobo, she was a child, she couldn't decide. She saw the world's pinks and purples but ignored the greens and yellows....

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