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  • And through all of it he tells us, with exemplary and often exruciating honesty, of his crippling self-doubts, his needinesses, the greed of his addictions, his drive, shallow though he knew it was, for fame.

    The Fry Chronicles by Stephen Fry

  • Television is cash flow, something Dean could explain to you in exruciating detail while dabbing the fine sweat from his forehead.

    Archive 2008-12-21

  • So now I'm just going to explain in exruciating detail in true old-fashioned HamletWilDie fashion.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • I'm not joking, the kid has severe head pain and they come in going 'HOW ARE YOU TODAY?!!' she'll say she has a headache and so they come over and touch her head, adding pressure that is exruciating and say 'IF SHE HAS A HEADACHE SHE SHOULD GET SOME PAINKILLERS' so we reply, in a whisper, 'she just had her painkillers, she can only get them every 4 hours so we're really just trying to keep the noise down so that it doesn't hurt her'.

    fragile-liar Diary Entry


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