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My neck is sprained.. and my colour test says that i need to relax.... i think there are lines on the screen that i can see except i am not sure if it is just something in my eye that is moving... am goin to sleep in a minute... not really... prb in the next half hour... and then i am going to hunt for cigg burns frm last nite cz if i remember i knw that i got quite a few..bt yea fun has its price...bt then again nothing comes for free...

WEll what do i have to write...? What is a writer after all...some one who pens down their thoughts on paper... that is all there is to the writer... he is nothing but a social commentator...

writer
n 1: writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay) [syn: author] 2: a person who is able to write and has written something

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