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No idea how this works ... I'm Edward, I'm hearing, and I've been learning ASL since childhood. I'm British and live in the UK, so my times are a little different, but I've been obsessed for as long as I can remember. I know the BSL alphabet but only know ASL for conversing. An 'ASL bud' would be rather helpful I think so that's why I'm here cx

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