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He noped and she picked up one of them, turning it admiringly in her hand.
Ulysses gestured toward the boulder pile and Enoch noped.
She watched him, fascinated, then she smiled and noped, as if she might have understood.
That, and accepting the situation as a painful learning experience, though it's noped not a terribly expensive one.
"Did I extend a general invitation to every biped, multiped, and noped that they could encroach on my privacy whenever the whim might strike their atrophied brainpans?