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I like how T. seems so sinister at times, but it’s always masked by his mischievousness and carefree attitude. You must see underneath the underneath.
(15 points and a free Slurpee to whoever correctly guesses the origin of the last sentence.)

I love how Ed is smart enough to realize that Thomas is just kind of manipulating him, but doesn’t have enough confidence for it not to work.

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