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    Default Sei, what do you like about ILE ?


    Specifically SEI males......

    I wish @aisa still came around :/
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    That they're goofy, warm, and childish, but in a good way, and that they don't care what people think, they just do their own thing.
    When I'm with them it makes me care less and makes me feel like a kid again.
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    SEI like that ILE can find innovative ways to make money and ILEE are sorta romantics who satellite SEI and give them attention
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