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Old 05-09-2012, 01:17
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Louisa, both before the wedding that wasn't and at her baby shower, was in that peculiar position of defending Martin from the criticisms of the townsfolk, even if they were the very thoughts she had herself.

He might be a "gruff, monosyllabic, rude" tosser, but he was HER "gruff etc." tosser and nobody better say anything bad about him
Her great line at the shower, after she'd had enough of the snide remarks: "He may have issues with intimacy and commitment, but who doesn't."
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