anonymous
  • anonymous
Natachee sold (to or for) me her stamps. Does anyone know to make sense above?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
"Natachee sold to me her stamps", or just "Natachee sold me her stamps."
anonymous
  • anonymous
what he said! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
But if I was in a real jam, and really needed the money, and Nat wanted to help me, but all she had of value were some stamps... (awkward word order, but still) ------- and now, the rest of the story... my new kidneys and liver are doing fine Nat wound up marrying that philatelist and is living happily ever after

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