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Paulie, you looked like you were involved with the piece.
Actually, I was just thinking whether the Jays were gonna take the World Series again.
I don't believe you, Paulie. I saw you listening.
You can go fuck yourself sideways.
[storms out of the classroom]
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I personally L-O-V-E-D this movie. I didn't view it until recently and I have to say it changed my life. This movie made me wake up and realize exactly how I feel in my relationship and made me recognize what I would do for my partner.
The way that Paulie feels for Tori is so strong that I could feel it in the room when I watched this movie. Personally I think I would do the same thing that Paulie did. I would go off the deep end if my partner, one that I love and adore just dropped me like that. It also made me realize how other people feel about two girls who love each other. Now I can understand how people feel about my relationship and I know how to handle other people's feelings.
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