Babies don't want to do with Felix

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Well, yeah, this next character is to want something, it looks like this. And we'll talk about the different parts more. More More about that later. Simply, it's actually Western and woman. If you pair them together, you can think everyone wants a woman from the west. Horrible.

But that's, yeah, that's, that's, that's, that's what it says simply, we pronounce this character like, yo, yo, yeah. And if you want to negate it, you know what you can? Do you know that all you need to do is just put put in the beginning. So we say boo. And then Yeah, we are. We are we are.

So Chinese is like a caveman language I think of I'm sure that if if all all of a sudden forgot we forgot all the languages and had to come up with a new one. Once again, then I'm sure that we would come together and we would probably just come up with Chinese again. Be like, Oh no, we ended up with Chinese again. Because it's so simple, like a caveman language. Basically. So what y'all not want?

We are we don't know anything else. It's just that simple. When we want something we say, yo, and when we don't want something we say we out. And the way to make a question out then would be to say once, not once, so Yo, yo, so we can think of this as one pot, and we all was one part. Yo, yo, yo, yo. And this is something you'll hear outside a lot when you go to shops all the time.

Now, when they want you to buy something, they push something into your face and they say, well, let's have a listen simply. Well, no. Yo, yo, yo, yo, can you No, no no Yo Yo, yo, yo, what did I really

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