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i need major help ill give a medal to helps Which line from "Totally like whatever, you know?" represents the poet's ability to apply proper use of syntax? You have to speak with it, too. I have nothing personally invested in my own opinions, okay? That we've just gotten to the point where it's just, like . . . whatever! Even when those sentences aren't, like, questions? You know?

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  1. anonymous
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    i think its the second one

  2. anonymous
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    not second one

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    i think its the 3rd one :)

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    3rd

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