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Oh darling, did you see that note I left you?
Oh, what a beautiful view!
Oh, how stupid! I've left the key in the car.
"You haven't invited her husband, have you?" "Of course I have." "Oh. Well don't expect me to come then."
Then he says oh I thought you weren't coming.
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