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Joseph

14 days ago

INFJ
Capricorn
I knew a guy...

This guy , he told me he didn't smoke, didn't drink , never ate junk food and worked out 3 hours a day . He said he was going to live forever , until he got hit by that bus , guess it doesn't matter how "healthy" you are if you tangle with a bus . Moral=YOLO

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Conor

14 days ago

ENTJ
Virgo

Sounds like he lived a good healthy life before he went, good for him.

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rhys

14 days ago

ENTP
Virgo

i know a guy who smoked, drank, and ate** junk food and never worked out, he said yolo never got hit by a bus until he got parkinson's at 30 and became a burden to everyone he loved another guy just like that who instead of parkinson's had an anuerysm at 42 and is spending his last shred of youth under my care at a skilled nursing facility. the entire right half of his body is unusable moral = look both ways, twice

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Jon

14 days ago

ENFP
Cancer

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The moral is to look both ways before crossing the street.

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Rafael

14 days ago

INTP
Sagittarius

The moral is, remember that luck plays a role in your life.

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