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"Let's sprint to that mailbox!"
"I feel your pain."
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"I hate a sarcastic cup of coffee."
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"Where did verve get us?"
'What's wrong? Have you got laryngitis?'
"Consider yourself chased."
"Just give me anything that's lost its will to live/"
'Well, men, we lost another one, bu are we discouraged? Heck, no!'
'It's official. We replace the words worn-out, old-fashion, and obsolete with classic, vintage and retro.'
Cyclist is Fast Asleep.
"Hate to say I told you so!"
"But I see you're having difficulty following my argument."
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'At least now he sleeps through the night.'
"You might consider new socks as well."
'How come every time you get tired, I'm the one who has to go to bed early?'
Fitness centre has man exhausted from filling in application form.
'Don't bother using the cash machine on the High St. I've worn it out.'
'Henry wore himself out courting me.'
Raymond froze. As he stared into the mirror, he bean to realize the truth about himself. The truth he had been denying for far too long... It had finally happened. He was completely washed up.
'I don't know what's the matter - I just don't seem to have my old zip.'
'My trousers have holes in them.'
'We're seeing more of this in the touch-pad era: your fingertips need a retread.'
'You say he left the office hours ago?'
'All uncomfortable chairs become antiques. The comfortable ones were worn out a long time ago.'