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'How I Learned to Stop Worrying' by Emily Banks

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My Twitter feed is full of predictions about the bomb. I’m guessing it’ll come like everything, in time. Sometimes on idyllic summer days, lake water clinging to my eyelashes, I try to remember that the world is hanging in a delicate balance above a vat of death, but it just seems so far away right now. Lately, I’ve been practicing saying "I don’t care" more often, like about how many bananas we should buy, or where to hang a photograph or if nuclear fallout will ruin our plans tonight, if it could reach inside my favorite dive—no windows and the steady smell of beer drying on wood, it always feels like time can’t catch us there.
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'Resurrexit' by Jessica Hatch

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“Have you ever put on a YouTube video for your cat?” ​We were driving around I-4 when you asked me that. There was a shipment coming in later that day, to the basement of an unfinished house in Sanford. I thought you were a crazy motherfucker. “I'm serious. Google ‘cat TV.’ It’ll be birds eating seeds or some shit. Your cat will go nuts.” See, I don’t got a cat, but I needed something to clear my mind on Thursday, the night you betrayed us, or my hand was going through drywall.
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'Modern Romance' by Amy Saul-Zerby

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“don’t be afraid to send the first message try including an emoji try including a gif if you select the right gif even you could make a connection today
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'​The Care and Keeping of Your Britney Spears' by Ellie Black

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“Note that, if left alone for extended periods, your Britney may begin to malfunction. Results depend on her model: Britney 1.0 seeks attention, may rush, for instance, into marriage. Model 1, though groundbreaking in its time, is inclined to flights of fancy: she wants a feather boa and a crop top, sunglasses, to pop her gum, to join the church choir. She will always be very young, despite common attempts to jailbreak her age commands.
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