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Lol ^~^
Darn, it didn't work. Although, he did say that one of his goals this year is to start playing again, so wait...I guess it worked. (^_^) He knew something was up, haha.
Let me know if it works :-)
Ahahaha! That's a terrific idea. He just might. He was actually hinting about how he wanted to play again.
Just tell him it was one of the reasons you married him and maybe he will start playing again. :-)
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'Train to Busan' as Critique of Korean Society
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