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2011-11-14 04:16:11 PM

Danger Mouse: Like the year I was having a difficult time with my first wife....she was sleeping withmy best friend. She told me she wanted to work it out, and it was a one time mistake. But that turned out to be some farked up co-dependent lie.

My brother knew what was going on. In fact had caught her in my friend s car that morning while at the bakery when she went out to buy bulkies for turkey sandwiches later. she had just finished givinghim a BJ. Dear old brother didn't have the nerve to tell me until much later.

All the while during the day my wife just smiled at me. Biatch. I knew she had cheated on me that morning. I knew it. But part of me wanted to be wrong. So like a idoit, I sat there, smiling at here, pretending nothing was wrong.

Too much shiat going on. Dad's cancer was back. My sisters son was just arrested for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Work had told me that after Christmas my job was gone.

I got drunk that day. And actually got into a yelling match withmy brother in law over some stupd shiat. Christ he was an ass.

I stormed out of the house and ended up getting more drunk at a down town gin joint.

I chated up the local whore who sat next to me. God I was drunk. She took me back to her mini van and I ended up performing oral sex on her. - too drunk to really get it up. Although lord knows I tried. And Tried and tried.

6 weeks later my penis is sore and covered in bumps.

Herpes fro Christmas. My wife had it too. Ho ho ho.

Found out later my best friend did too. Don't know where it all started. Who gave it to who.


I lost my job. I lost mywife. Have a incurable STD, my brother in law still hates me. Dad's passed for a few years now. My nephew is living in a trailer in Alabama. He's got some hot chicita knocked up and is asking me for money.Good luck tiger.

Passed the mashed potatoes.


movinwithyourauntieanduncleinbelair.jpg?
 
2011-11-14 04:18:17 PM
fireclown: Is there a Canadian analog to Thanksgiving? Do you guys (assuming that you're Canadian) just sort of go along with it as an excuse for a big meal, or is it considered one of those gross American things?

Canadian Thanksgiving is originally a harvest celebration. We don't have the analagous Plymouth Rock experience, unless you're talking about the Vikings a couple thousand years ago.
 
2011-11-14 04:18:30 PM

Sliceablekitty: I got a call from the nursing home director because my mom has been hustling the other old ladies out of their desserts.

I wish I was joking. I had to attend a meeting over it.


Heh, that's kind of awesome.

/good to see you SK
 
2011-11-14 04:19:07 PM
Only craziness in my family is having all the nieces and nephews underfoot and keeping track of them. They're 5 and under.
 
2011-11-14 04:22:57 PM

Sliceablekitty: I got a call from the nursing home director because my mom has been hustling the other old ladies out of their desserts.

I wish I was joking. I had to attend a meeting over it.


My grandfather's nursing home used to call my mother about once a week because he'd gone off on one of "the 'boons who were getting into his stuff"...
 
2011-11-14 04:24:51 PM
No Thanksgiving pressure here, thanks to the 600 mile 'buffer zone' on EACH side of the family! No cooking again this year, either... Every year we get invited to our neighbors' house for Thanksgiving dinner because we're "holiday orphans".
If I went to visit my family, I'd have to pack the straitjacket no matter what the occasion. My mother-in-law and I get along great, though. No worries there.
 
2011-11-14 04:26:02 PM

Sliceablekitty: I got a call from the nursing home director because my mom has been hustling the other old ladies out of their desserts.

I wish I was joking. I had to attend a meeting over it.


This is very funny!

Danger Mouse: Like the year I was having a difficult time with my first wife....she was sleeping withmy best friend. She told me she wanted to work it out, and it was a one time mistake. But that turned out to be some farked up co-dependent lie.

My brother knew what was going on. In fact had caught her in my friend s car that morning while at the bakery when she went out to buy bulkies for turkey sandwiches later. she had just finished givinghim a BJ. Dear old brother didn't have the nerve to tell me until much later.

All the while during the day my wife just smiled at me. Biatch. I knew she had cheated on me that morning. I knew it. But part of me wanted to be wrong. So like a idoit, I sat there, smiling at here, pretending nothing was wrong.

Too much shiat going on. Dad's cancer was back. My sisters son was just arrested for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Work had told me that after Christmas my job was gone.

I got drunk that day. And actually got into a yelling match withmy brother in law over some stupd shiat. Christ he was an ass.

I stormed out of the house and ended up getting more drunk at a down town gin joint.

I chated up the local whore who sat next to me. God I was drunk. She took me back to her mini van and I ended up performing oral sex on her. - too drunk to really get it up. Although lord knows I tried. And Tried and tried.

6 weeks later my penis is sore and covered in bumps.

Herpes fro Christmas. My wife had it too. Ho ho ho.

Found out later my best friend did too. Don't know where it all started. Who gave it to who.


I lost my job. I lost mywife. Have a incurable STD, my brother in law still hates me. Dad's passed for a few years now. My nephew is living in a trailer in Alabama. He's got some hot chicita knocked up and is asking me for money.Good luck tiger.

Passed the mashed potatoes.


This is not funny.

/Stock up on Valtrex
 
2011-11-14 04:28:03 PM
The wife and I are taking a train to nowhere, literally.

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2011-11-14 04:28:27 PM
What a surprise FARK is a haven of anti-social misfits who hate their family. Thanksgiving dinner actually means venturing forth from the basement.

/sarcasm
 
2011-11-14 04:29:32 PM

runningesq: My strong and wonderful wife recently confronted her alcoholism, and is doing great. We are hosting Thanksgiving for the entire family, but indicated that it was an alcohol-free zone. Her parents are drunks and asked if it was okay if they kept booze in the car to go out and refill. Seriously.


Wow.

My husband is going through the same as your wife. He called his siblings and told them to go ahead and drink. They said they wouldn't.

Before we married, I told Mr. Witch that half of the reason I was marrying him is because I was going to get some fantastic siblings in the process.

Tell your wife that I am proud of her too.
 
2011-11-14 04:30:59 PM

Highroller48: fireclown: Is there a Canadian analog to Thanksgiving? Do you guys (assuming that you're Canadian) just sort of go along with it as an excuse for a big meal, or is it considered one of those gross American things?

Canadian Thanksgiving is originally a harvest celebration. We don't have the analagous Plymouth Rock experience, unless you're talking about the Vikings a couple thousand years ago.


I am so farking sick of Canada taking American holidays. honeslty. go fark yourselves. We have Vetrens day, you do a "remembrance day" we have an independence day, you have to have one too. We do thanksgiving and you tards have to copy it. What's next? you ging to take easter or christmas? Go back to Europe or france and leave us alone.
 
2011-11-14 04:33:01 PM

Tziva:

Look, if you want me to go, just tell me and I will do it. I don't have the patience for the kind of games where I am supposed to understand "optional" really secretly means "obligatory."


Your mother, she's a woman?
 
2011-11-14 04:34:18 PM
Canada apologizes. (Again.)
 
2011-11-14 04:35:36 PM
I haven't been to a Thanksgiving dinner in 10 years.
 
2011-11-14 04:35:46 PM
Realize I"m late--but I've been looking to rant about this since...last thanksgiving.

My mom has recently gotten involved with another older man her age. She's the kind of person that drops everything for the new man on the block, although I never knew it until my dad divorced her in 01, and she resented him for "making" her act this way. Then when she found her way back onto the dating scene, she stopped hosting and attending family holidays.

My closest sister is an alcoholic, like in a bad way. Not the jolly, happy kind, the mean-as-hell-after-she-opens-her-third-bottle-of-chardonnay-king. She is very successful in her job somehow, making probably close to 250,000 grand a year. She used to be really cool. now is basically a mess who is terrifying to be around when she is drunk. And she's actually coming out to visit me and my wife.

My Dad I like, but he's got his own thing going on back in New Jersey, where I grew up. Since he's gotten older he hates traveling, not due to strain, but due to being lazy. I like the cut of his jib.

My other sister is a nice idiot. Not mean, not a jerk, just sort of an idiot. The kind of person who talks about someone you don't know using their first name when you have no prior knowledge of them. "Likes" sports teams without knowing anything about them. Sort of still a child, but if I am correct, she's 37--the oldest. She won't be making it--and thankfully. My alcoholic sister hates her for reasons I really don't clearly understand...I mean, she isn't a great person, but far from a bad person. She is, however, very diffifcult to hang out with. She puts you on edge just by talking because it is all a little annoying.

My dog and my wife are farking awesome.

Sorry for the long post. I'll accept all the "tl;dr" shiat that is coming my way. End rant.
 
2011-11-14 04:41:02 PM
I decided I no longer want to see half my family. I have a small family. I let my teenaged cousin live with me not knowing she was the devil. She tried to steal my husband, burned down my house which killed two of my cats... So I never want to see her or her mom and dad again. I already didnt care forthe aunt and uncle, but they blamed me for letting her luve with me and proceeded to back her up since then. The problem now is my sister. She is soooooo upset that I broke the family. I used to go to my mom and dad's house but this year I am hosting. I invited my sister and when i did she screamed and cried at me for 20 minutes about how she liked our family as it was... With no concearn for my feelings. biatch. At least my mom anddad are on my side. They keep telling het toSTFU. I hate holidays.
 
2011-11-14 04:41:08 PM
Wow after ready this Im gonna hug my folks when I get there. Itll be a good thanksgiving at the beach my folks, me brother his wife their 2 kids, my sister and her baby daddy and their kids, maybe his from his last marriage. So me and dad will make our pilgramige to a bar(brother and sister in law no longer drink) for our pre thanksgiving drink and we will watch some football. Back home for dinner, then drunk Wii the rest of the night.
 
2011-11-14 04:43:44 PM
My uncle, who's hosting, is a very vocal anti-vaxer. I've had to tell him a few times on Facebook that I no longer wish to discuss the matter because my diplomacy dyke is reaching its breaking point and I'd rather remain on polite speaking terms with him. I hope the no politics rule we established at past thanksgivings extends to that subject as well. I dunno though, he really loves the feeling of being right.

Also, my mother-in-law is driving my wife nuts over her choice to purchase a ridiculous new house in one of the snootiest areas of Orange County. She has no income save for social security and stumbled into a windfall of good fortune by simply outliving her husband on a large parcel of land in a desirable suburb of Los Angeles. Now she's acting like she deserves to live in this $700K+ monstrosity she bought outright even though she hasn't worked a day in the last ~30 years or so. She has no plans set up to make sure the remaining money will last, hasn't talked to a financial planner at all. My wife finally talked her out of "investing" it in gold (I just know it was Glenn Beck's little scam, she's a Fox News loyalist). Other than that, no amount of good counsel and warnings on the part of my wife has deterred her from attempting to purchase the life she feels is owed to her, and it just drives her batty.

Other than that my family all gets along for the most part. And for that I'm truly thankful.
 
2011-11-14 04:43:59 PM
My brother's wife won't be in the same room as my mom. Mom hasn't seen her grand kids in 3 years. Since I invited mom, bro's wife won't let the family come. This f'ing cow ultimately suggested I host two separate meals (lunch and dinner) if being with family is really all that important to me. After putting up with her shiat for 6 years, I proudly told her to go fark herself. And yes my bro is p-whipped. Poor bastard.
 
2011-11-14 04:47:24 PM

TimonC346: She is very successful in her job somehow, making probably close to 250,000 grand a year.


So...$250,000,000 per year?
 
2011-11-14 04:49:15 PM
So for the worst Thanksgiving EVER, I nominate Danger Mouse, with his d*ck that looks like a cluster of diamonds, cheating wife, job loss, and Dad with cancer. That's horrible.
 
2011-11-14 04:51:44 PM
I've been desperately trying to come up with a plan to get out of travelling with with my wife to visit her family this year. As I have done every year. It won't work.

/fundy Baptists
//critical, nagging, guilt-tripping MIL and aunts
///knew what I was getting into when I married into this circle of stupid
 
2011-11-14 04:52:24 PM
My family uses unecessary commas, and it drives me crazy.

Naw, but seriously. This is going to be my first Thanksgiving away from my parents (ever). I got married in August, so we'll be with my in-laws and brother and sister in law this TGiving. I'm actually really excited about it- my inlaws love me, MIL is a great cook (they're southern so we'll probably have shrimp and grits), FIL will probably want to take me to shoot guns. Don't really get along with my BIL, but we're civil. After planning a big ass southern wedding last summer, Thanksgiving will be nothing. In-laws are pretty laid back, so a burned pan of rolls or something minor like that won't be a big deal.

Still going to miss seeing my family though.

After reading some of the horror stories here, I'm going to go that much farther out of my way to show the in-laws that I appreciate them. I could have evidently done much, much worse. Best holiday wishes to you guys with less than favorable circumstances (and straight up prayers for you guys walking into a war zone).
 
2011-11-14 04:53:07 PM
Smug vegan farkers.
 
2011-11-14 04:56:57 PM

Aidan: rickythepenguin: god i hate family gatherings with them. but yup. that's next thursday for me. i can only imagine what they say about me when i'm not there.

You know it's tons of shiat. :)

My in-laws farking ROCK. We're having them over for dinner, and even if they don't like it they won't say anything, because they're nice. I'm keeping them.

My husband's in-laws can jump off a cliff. :P



Your Husband's in-laws...
wouldn't that be YOUR folks?
 
2011-11-14 04:57:13 PM
My one brother is a vegan. The other brother and his family apparently eat only sushi now. I'm going to the Sante Fe casino up the street for their buffet.
 
2011-11-14 04:59:09 PM

GalFriday: For the first time ever, my grandmother is letting someone else host Thanksgiving (mostly because she is old and tired), and since I have the new condo, I get to host. I am actually excited about that part of it.

What I am not excited about was the call I received yesterday informing me that my cousin is joining us and bringing his crazy-ass ex-wife (literally, certifiably, had-the-kids-removed-from-her-care-because-she-tried-to-kill-her-mothe r-in-front-of-them-crazy) and his heathen children with him to my house because the ex wants to be around family and can't be around her own. Did I mention they are both drunks that will try to run off and leave the children with me?

My racist uncle is coming so we will get to hear rants about how the blacks and mexicans are ruining the city.

My meth-addicted aunt will be there so one of my brothers has to watch her at all times to make sure she doesn't steal.

Two of my brothers' girlfriends are viciously fighting over a wedding date and a wedding dress (neither one is engaged.)

So, yeah, looking forward to hosting Thanksgiving.
We don't allow any booze at our family gatherings.


Oh my lord, your family sounds like mine. We have always had Thanksgiving at my Mom's, and for the last few years, my sister, my daughter, my mother and I have done all the cooking for about 40 people. They all swarm in like locusts, make a huge mess, start a fight, then leave.

This year, my brother has been diagnosed with cirrhosis and the alcoholic dementia is hitting him pretty hard. His screeching harpy of an ex-wife is telling lies about every family member she can think of, my insane niece starts something everywhere she goes, her sister steals something every time she comes over and my nephew just got out of prison. This is all connected to that one brother.

The rest of us are worn out with it all and have decided we will no longer have a big Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Everyone will have their own thing and then, that evening, those of us that can get along and play nicely will get together for dessert. Christmas we will have a little snacky-type party on Christmas Eve and exchange whatever gifts. Then, we will each do our own Christmas dinner.

We've had it with the drama and will no longer participate.
 
2011-11-14 05:01:13 PM
well, this year has to be better than last where i was at my fiance's house. his mother only prepared one dish the rest we pre-made from the local kosher place. none of the food was hot because she insisted on using a warming tray to heat everything instead of the oven or microwave. and everyone in that family is generally in a poor mood.

this year we will be in branson, mo. hopefully the fiance won't die of culture shock and i won't lose my mind around family i see only once or twice a year.

i'm already making myself a little psycho, since i don't see said family very often, i tend to panic prior to this and start buying new clothing and attempt to "better" myself in other ways. i'll still be the misfit, though.
 
2011-11-14 05:01:26 PM

RexTalionis: star_topology: And we are now on the Paleo diet this year.

/should make for interesting questions/looks at the table when all I can eat is basically turkey and ham

It'll be a better diet if you can only eat prehistoric animals.

Also, wasn't it been fairly well established that the Paleo diets aren't really all that effective anyway? Hunter gatherers are skinny because they're constantly starving, not because of what they ate. In any case, if you look at medical analyses of Otzi, the Neolithic Iceman whose preserved body was found in Austria a few decades ago, you'll find that a hunter-gatherer diet can still result in heart disease and atherosclerosis.


Not only constantly starving, but constantly on the move. You don't hunt and gather at the Safeway really, now do you?
 
2011-11-14 05:06:47 PM
Where to begin?

My immediate family is in a mild war with my extended family. That part has actually worked out well for me because, frankly, I can't stand half of them. They're easily some of the most confrontational, judgmental people you'll meet and they seem to take it as a source of pride.

There will be snotty comments about the lack of pastels in my wardrobe, my political leanings, my spiritual inclinations. I don't start these conversations, I avoid them at all costs, and if I get fed up and fire back, I'm in the wrong.

If I want to avoid lectures, I cannot have a cigarette within a twenty mile radius of any of them.

There's a history of me being seated at the kids table. Did I mention I'm 26 and married?

Then there's my in-laws. Not an unpleasant situation. Just a long one. My sister-in-law and her husband are awesome, as are Mom and Dad. Mom expects us for dinner at two. (Dinner will actually happen at seven) and right at the point where I'm entirely exhausted and have to drive 45 minutes back home (approximately midnight), someone's going to crack out Boggle or Scrabble. Then it takes another hour or so to say goodbye and walk out the door because Dad will remember there is something he wants my techie husband to fix. He will NOT remember this in the early evening, of course.

The most annoying part of the holidays this year are that my partner and I agreed to stand as a unified front and say we were going to do the holidays just he and I this year, at our place. Quietly. We were going to use the "it's our first Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Years married!" But he caved as soon as his mother said "so I was thinking you'd show up around 3:00".
 
2011-11-14 05:09:48 PM
My birthday is Black Friday. You do the math.
 
2011-11-14 05:11:21 PM

APE992: My birthday is Black Friday. You do the math.


Ouch. Now there's a day where I steadfastly refuse to leave the house.
 
2011-11-14 05:11:24 PM

xalres: My uncle, who's hosting, is a very vocal anti-vaxer. I've had to tell him a few times on Facebook that I no longer wish to discuss the matter because my diplomacy dyke is reaching its breaking point and I'd rather remain on polite speaking terms with him. I hope the no politics rule we established at past thanksgivings extends to that subject as well. I dunno though, he really loves the feeling of being right.


Just bring some blankets from a local small pox outbreak and you should be set next year.
 
2011-11-14 05:13:13 PM

RexTalionis: star_topology: And we are now on the Paleo diet this year.

/should make for interesting questions/looks at the table when all I can eat is basically turkey and ham

It'll be a better diet if you can only eat prehistoric animals.

Also, wasn't it been fairly well established that the Paleo diets aren't really all that effective anyway? Hunter gatherers are skinny because they're constantly starving, not because of what they ate. In any case, if you look at medical analyses of Otzi, the Neolithic Iceman whose preserved body was found in Austria a few decades ago, you'll find that a hunter-gatherer diet can still result in heart disease and atherosclerosis.


Here's the thing... If you're hungry, FARKING EAT.

As for that one study, it's been "de-facto debunked" (as I call it) by all the other studies that show the long-term benefits of a diet void of processed foods, and high in protien from lean meats and carbs from (tons) of veggies has been proven to improve the quality of life of those following it. I can source it if you're really interested. Otherwise, I suggest checking out Marksdailyapple.com and "The Paleo Solution" by Robb Wolf if you're the reading type.

Full disclosure: I'm not 100% strict though. I absolutely murdered a few slices of pizza last night as a reward to myself for competing a Crossfit (high-intensity exercise helps) competition over the weekend.

All this has resulted in me dropping 15 lbs, and looking and feeling better than I have in my entire life... And I'm 28.
 
2011-11-14 05:17:39 PM
Love Thanksgiving, love my family. Getting a little weary of the "how are we going to marry you off" talk.
 
2011-11-14 05:19:37 PM
Doing orphan thanksgiving at my house for the third year in a row...

I'm a vegetarian and basically just decided that I feel like too much of a pain in the ass when I'm at family functions. It's also really hard to drive to another state and back to work the next day.

I make vegan stuffing, butternut squash soup, and cranberry sauce every year... friends bring desserts, booze, and greens.

good times

my family is awesome though, it'd be nice to see everyone again...but it'll have to wait till christmas.
 
2011-11-14 05:19:51 PM

Pollexabator: Um, nothing...

/sorry...?
//should I be feeling shame, guilt, or smug satisfaction here, help me out


Hmmm...THANKSgiving...I don't know, I can't come up with anything.
 
2011-11-14 05:24:07 PM
Lived this long.
 
2011-11-14 05:24:37 PM

santadog: Your Husband's in-laws...
wouldn't that be YOUR folks?


thatsthejoke.jpg
 
2011-11-14 05:26:28 PM
after browsing through alot of these posts, it occurs to me that the reason so many people are disgusted by their families is probably biological

you know, so you don't fark em and make little inbred farkers
 
2011-11-14 05:28:24 PM
I'm taking my family to my mother and father in law's house and I'm cooking the feast there. Any dish that I don't do well or to their taste is being brought pot luck by the great grandparents. (Cornbread stuffing is lovely, but better have her cook it.) This works out great for us because I like to cook and all my kids are watched by the husband and grandparents so that I really can put on a feast.

I'm almost relieved the brother in law and sister in law won't be along with their family for the day of this time. I don't mind making adjustments and plans to work around who isn't eating what this time and who has little kids that need particular allergy related requirements. It just gets to a point where there are too many of us in the kitchen and we don't work around each other all that well.

/3 pies planned and counting
//homemade rolls
///and lots of left overs.
 
2011-11-14 05:32:20 PM
Here parents and mine are coming over to our place.
 
2011-11-14 05:39:37 PM

Beanlet: I wonder if my husband will see this and agree or disagree.. This year, we're doing the best thing ever! We aren't having his family OR my family over, we're having dinner with our little family.

After his mom passed away, his family disintegrated and that means we don't have to deal with his phony, alcoholic sister. I told my family that we're not driving that far and will be staying home with our kids.

Now to work on avoiding them altogether for Christmas, too!


let me guess .. he never had a single problem with his family until he married you
 
2011-11-14 05:41:28 PM
Siblings want to take a picture for our parents for Christmas. They decide to do it a weekend I can't travel 200 miles to take a picture. I then get the text saying, "well, we'll just have to take it without you..."....biatches.
 
2011-11-14 05:43:16 PM
Our church has a banquet for the homeless (although all are welcomed). I have run the serving line for the past 5+ years, getting me away from my family on that day*. It also puts me in charge of carving the Heavenly Hams® that may be dropped off by my fellow church members. There is always more than enough food for all.

My standard rule for the serving line: Since we eat last, if there is anything you see that you like, grab it and set it aside first thing.



*The cherry on top this year was having my obnoxious dad die back in June.
 
2011-11-14 05:45:47 PM

Beanlet: GroverCleveland: let me guess .. he never had a single problem with his family until he married you

I guess you would have to ask him that. I am sure his ultra-controlling sister would agree with you, though. I got along famously with the rest of his family, his mom and I were best friends and we took care of her until the morning she died (alzhiemer's). His parents were more "mom and dad" to me than my own. And I adore his brother, but he likely has plans of his own for the holiday, he usually does and just stops in if he has the time.


well I apologize if I've jumped the gun but your post above sounded like "now that the mom's dead it's the perfect time to strike, separate him from them all year round and control everything for myself. with that coont sister out of the way, he will be ALL MINE"

but then my brain does funny things to words sometimes
 
2011-11-14 05:47:43 PM

Tziva: I just noticed fark has both a lord and a king of the cheese.


Well, cheese is serious business.

/behold the power
 
2011-11-14 05:59:05 PM

TimonC346: My closest sister is an alcoholic, like in a bad way. Not the jolly, happy kind, the mean-as-hell-after-she-opens-her-third-bottle-of-chardonnay-king. She is very successful in her job somehow, making probably close to 250,000 grand a year. She used to be really cool. now is basically a mess who is terrifying to be around when she is drunk. And she's actually coming out to visit me and my wife.


If she's coming to visit you, can't you just have a "no alcohol" policy?
 
2011-11-14 06:03:00 PM
Quiet dinner at my brother's house. We save our drama for the other 362 days a year.

/We take Christmas Eve and Christmas Day off, too.
 
2011-11-14 06:09:46 PM
LlamaGirl: Well, apparently now that my mom has left the mortal coil, my family is playing tug of war with me and my father trying to get us to go to THEIR dinner not THEIRS... No means NO.

It's the 2nd Thanksgiving without my mother. Sucks.
 
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