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jen_chan, writer

It's not that difficult to spot an arsehole. But sometimes, it's a little less detectable when it's within us. The third cartoon frame portrays it exactly as it is. While I don't think it's too late for anyone to be "redeemed," I do agree that people who haven't realized it by the age of 25 are a little harder to talk to. By that time, they would have already formed a firm resolve about themselves.

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