But then I got this response in May: "thanks for reading!You can tell I don't check this email account very often, too lazy even to set up a forward — sorry for not responding sooner — I will start following you on tumblr —" "thanks for replying i didn't know you have a tumblr i couldn't find a non XXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXX email for you.When Cohen asked the actress what she thought of the kiss itself, she couldn’t answer. I was too focused on ‘what the f— is going on right now.” Since 2003, that moment has been parodied multiple times by both parties.
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