I feel like this is a great example of gen-z young adults I also have some great conversation highlights of you want them. I was watching a bootleg version of What About Love, a song from the original 90s run of the musical The Color Purple. Y'all really fuck me up in the best ways. OMFG just go ahead and fuck my life up baby. Speaking of keeping positive thoughts is so redundant.
*Me and my friend having a conversation on normality and male dominated governments*
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*immediatly and effortlessly switches to a conversation on how overrated pizza is*
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