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I saw her in Mame in 1967 and loved her then as Vera Charles, the boozy and acidtongue best friend who stole the show with her "Bosom Buddies" duet with Angela Lansbury.

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”

Now since Mame is supposed to be some derivative of suck, I guess that can also mean, “Stop sucking up you jerk.”
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