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not while he's still at the dinner table beast, that's a bit rude.
Wait, simultaneously? bc that's going to cause topological issues.
around meaning in the general vicinity, so yes, at the same time preferably. also cheese i meant once he finishes tea, he won't see this because he can't have his computer on during tea anyway.
"BRB in about 10 minutes, just finishing tea"--Antman c. 2014
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