Updated: Aug 16, 2020
saying ~ and so on; saying ~or~
It is no use talking endlessly about what you did or didn't do.
You should decide who you want to marry soon without saying all the time that you like (this one) or that you don't like (that one)
She is always complaining about how small her apartment is, how inconvenient the location is, or whatever.
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