like art when you think it's not good enough
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And here I thought this was my opportunity to use this classic dad joke...
"A pedestrian on 57th Street sees a musician getting out of a cab and asks, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” Without pause, the artist replies wearily, “Practice.”"
I found a pumpkin crying in a corner I asked him why he said he didn't have the guts to face me
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