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Charlize Theron by Patrick Demarchelier

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Charlize Theron by Patrick Demarchelier

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Zooey Deschanel - Vanity Fair, July 2001

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Zooey Deschanel - Vanity Fair, July 2001

What was astonishing to him was how people seemed to run out of their own being, run out of whatever the stuff was that made them who they were, and, drained of themselves, turn into the sort of people they would once have felt sorry for.
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Charlize Theron by Patrick Demarchelier

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Charlize Theron by Patrick Demarchelier

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Zooey Deschanel - Vanity Fair, July 2001

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Zooey Deschanel - Vanity Fair, July 2001

What was astonishing to him was how people seemed to run out of their own being, run out of whatever the stuff was that made them who they were, and, drained of themselves, turn into the sort of people they would once have felt sorry for.
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Today, I was taking a US History test. One of the questions was about the reason for the start of the Spanish-American War. There were three normal answers and the fourth simply stated, “Over a taco.” I have never wanted to pick the wrong answer more in my life. MLIA.
"What was astonishing to him was how people seemed to run out of their own being, run out of whatever the stuff was that made them who they were, and, drained of themselves, turn into the sort of people they would once have felt sorry for."

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