Sarah (sarah) wrote in thequestionclub,
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1) The person sitting next to me on the train today was reading a book. It was called Jawbreaker and it was written by a Gary something and a Ralph something. On most pages there were words blacked out and on some pages complete sentences and paragraphes were blacked out. It looked like it had been printed that way.
Does anybody know why they'd do a thing like that? It seems like a waste of ink and paper to me.

2) Today is my birthday. Will you buy me some paid account time? Or something from my wishlist? Hey, it's worth a try.

Edit To the anonymous person who just bought me 2 months paid account time: Wow, thanks! I love you muchly. :)
Second edit: Thank you second anonymous person who bought a whole year of paid account time! I love you even more. :)
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