When I was at school, I was so dissimilar to everyone else. I was nothing like the Susans or the Cathys. I was so unlike the Karens, or the Marys or the Donnas, and I was vastly different from the Deborahs, and the Debbies, and Lisas and the Lindas.
“And why was this?” I hear you ask.
“What is it that made ‘you’ so different?”
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