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We thought we'd have a change in approach this week. And so rather than gathering letters on a particular, we felt we'd be touchy-feely and list them under emotions (man). We could justify this is a pretentious arty-farty kinda way but then we'd only get so sickened we'd have to scrap it. And we've already pieced the whole bloody lot together.

Anyway, enjoy. There are some real gems here.

Have a good weekend. It's your Letters Ed's birthday from midnight tonight so have one on me.

Angry
Make yourselves a cup of tea and put you feet up

Confused
Don't drag us into your peculiar world

Sexed-up
It's only take one little pic and the saliva starts

Quizzical
So you question us, eh? Oh, and this is where the techy stuff is

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