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50 People You Wish You Knew In Real Life

50 People You Wish You Knew In Real Life
1. Whoever managed to get this giant bag of Lucky Charms marshmallows …so you can be their new best friend. 2. Whoever threw this party …so you can have them plan your birthday. 3. …so you can ask how he got so dang cool. 4. …so you can carpool with them. 5. …so you can ask her who won the staring contest. 6. Thanks, Ryn! …so you can get some ideas for your next haircut. 7. …so you can tell them that, hey, at least they still have half. 8. …so you can invite yourself over for dinner. 9. …so you can get a degree in BEING RADICAL! 10. …so that when they’re President, you can say you supported them from day one. 11. …so you can find out if he ever got his revenge. 12. …so you can give thanks for the NEW dear leader. 13. …so you can congratulate him. 14. …so you can shake their hand on a prank well done. 15. …so you can, uh, nevermind. 16. …so you can get their opinion on Arby’s. 17. …so you can meet his parents and find out why they named him that. 18. 19. …so you can “borrow” it. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

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