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I've come to the conclusion that I'm only ever online here when nobody else is lol. However, I have a Snapchat I could use to sign videos back and forth that could work. If anyone wants to chat that way (until I stop living like a vampire and get on this website at normal hours of the day), my snap is kate_lovinglife :)

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