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From the personals in latest London Review of Books:

If you like attractive, personable, romantic types I doubt very much that you’d get along with any of the other goofballs in this column. So write to me instead. I’ve kitted out my attic as a rumpus room with a Nintendo Wii and a mini fridge, and my mum hardly ever goes up there. M, 38.

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