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"Why did she report me to HR just because I called her FAT?"
"How do I get over the lost love of my life?"
"How do you deal with IRS scammers when they call?"
"Have you ever gone to someone's house and they answered the door naked?"
"Who was the rudest celebrity you ever met?"
"Is Superman still important today?"
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