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LiNGxD
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Re: Off Topic: Sisters

I have a sister that's eleven years older than me. I never realized how important she was to me until she started dating her current boyfriend. I feel as if she's abandoned me. I always thought she was annoying and everything, but since she doesn't spend time with me anymore, I feel lonely. I miss our constant bickering about nothing. It sucks to have to get used to the fact that she won't always be at my side.
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