[I Am Not A Good Fighter," I Try To Explain Again, Fingering The Edge Of My Shirt. "I Mean, I Am Really Bad At Fighting, Not As Bad As My Friend Issie, Who Is Possibly The Least Fightery Person In The World. I Mean, I'm Getting Better, But Still... I Mean-- Oh I'm Sorry. I'm Babbling.]

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