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It pleases me that you favored Bad Dragon's Short Stories. :moustache:

Thanks for adding Parent-Teacher Conference to your favorites! I hope you enjoyed your time with it.

I suppose it's too late to go with my original example for "gaggy".

It can be whatever you need it to be.
But in general it doesn't mean anything and it reads (according to IPA)

But now i like the idea of being a techy sick water weasel

Is it "gadgi-otter" like a techy water weasel or "gaggy-otter" like a sick water weasel?

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