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Mneumonics To Help You Remember

Mneumonics To Help You Remember

Worry: Wild

Fear: Flowers

Anger: Ask

Sadnesss: Silly

Trying to: Things

In short: Wild flowers ask silly things

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Dental Student🦷 An aspiring Doctor striving towards the path of righteousness.βš•

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