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  • "'It's me,' said a voice she recognised as Sean's. 'You ought to know that I've sort of moved out.'

    Jo couldn't believe what she was hearing. How could somebody 'sort of' move out? When she'd gone to work in the morning she'd been cohabiting with her boyfriend and now he was telling her that some time during the day he had taken it upon himself to de-habit or un-habit, or whatever the word was for a boyfriend moving his stuff out without telling his significant other."

    - 'Brand New Friend', Mike Gayle.

    January 2, 2008