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I've been dressing up
as something I'm not
for so long...

I'm so afraid you won't like
what's underneath.

But here I am.
I'm just flesh and blood
and weakness.


Living in Minnesota with my wife & 5 children.


▌│█║▌║▌║ sσмεтιмεs тнεяε ιs ησ cнσιcε. үσυ нαvε тσ! ║▌║▌║█│▌


او را که آواز دادند، یکی نیز ما را آواز دهد

I'm no one and yet someone like you, like anybody, trying to think things over before it gets too late...

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comment Is it “a hour-long drive” or “an hour-long drive”?
@EdwinAshworth Please let me disagree with your interpretation. You can use meta.english.stackexchange.com to ask for the opinion of other people.
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comment Is it “a hour-long drive” or “an hour-long drive”?
@EdwinAshworth Yes, but didn't find anything discouraging answering duplicate questions. Please update me if you could find.
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comment Is it “a hour-long drive” or “an hour-long drive”?
@EdwinAshworth I don't see anything wrong with answering duplicate questions. Why do you think it's better not to answer them?
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comment Is it “a hour-long drive” or “an hour-long drive”?
@EdwinAshworth The question should be closed as duplicate then.
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@Mari-LouA Keeping it is preferred, but might not be necessary. I'm looking for any phrase that conveys the meaning.
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comment What's the equivalent of “what the hell are you doing?” in a negative sentence?
@Hanky웃Panky I think "Dare you not" is different because it's not showing any kind of incapability. It somehow means "if you do anything bad (which I know you are capable of), I will respond badly in return".
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accepted An expression to wish all evil away from someone