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  1. The forums here are just... extra. You don't have to post anything here. Ads here offer a more condensed profile or description to respond to, but they aren't at all required. However, most users on this site don't visit the forums, so if you only have an ad here, you won't be seen by most of the users on this site. Your main profile gives you a chance to add a lot more details, and it's better when it comes to searching for profiles that match what you're looking for. Your profile is going to be great for attracting the kind of person you want, and the forums are fun for quick communication about all kinds of things. Share your thoughts and opinions, sometimes about houseboy stuff, and sometimes just whatever random top someone wants to chat about. Either way, have fun using both; the right match might find you based on your profile, or he might find you based on your response to certain topics in the forums.
  2. I appreciate that, but I moved on from that line of work a couple of years after this post due to some things I saw some pretty horrific things, all terrible things that the officers were doing. The last thing I did was reported a state trooper for some comments he made, but no one believed me. Then a 3-year-old showed up at a hospital with bruises and signs of sexual assault, and the DNA from the rape kit came back a match to that trooper, who was dating that girl's mom as he was cheating on his wife. As a child, I had looked up to law enforcement, and I was thrilled to get my foot in the door going through academy in Florida and working my way up. Actually being around a bunch of officers ruined my idea of what I thought a law enforcement officer stood for. A few weeks after that came out, I couldn't stand even looking at the people that didn't believe me and I walked off the job and never looked back. That all took place not too long before 2020, which only showed me that while not all leo's are bad people, what I went through was "common". After all that, I decided to focus more on things that made me happy, and I always knew I loved to travel. As a houseboy, I was able to work for a lot of different types of employers, and I learned a LOT from those men along the way. I learned it all from computer repair, how to rebuild and fix nearly any kind of engine (gas or diesel), learned now to cook like a pro, learned gardening, and everything in between. I put all that together and became one of the many digital nomads you hear about. I convert school buses into fully equipped tiny homes on wheels and I live and travel in one myself. It's an extremely relaxing and rewarding life. I'm not one of those that records and posts everything, so I don't have to travel 24/7 like those you see on Youtube and stuff. Now for work, I do what is called live data entry. All that means is all I do is listen to automated systems, you know, the annoying recordings you get when you call customer service. I listen to those and a short clip of what people say to it and I help it make selections so that it can "learn". That's literally all I do. Yes, people, there is always someone listening to the automated systems. This is why when you jokingly say "911" or "i'm going to come down there and hurt someone..." into an automated system, the police will, in fact, show up. Anyhow, that job is super easy and far more relaxing than anything I've known. It's nice sitting in the mountains somewhere or on a beach or near a lake with a laptop or tablet "working" the day away as I enjoy some good outdoor time. The initial idea to work from home also came from a houseboy position, and all the skills I have that maintains that life, a lot of it comes from being a houseboy as well. So, no more law enforcement affiliation here. I still believe most men and women in uniform are great people, but having worked the field, I now know the reality of what a few bad apples can do. 2020 really brought a lot of that out as well. I'm not at all saying law enforcement is bad or untrustworthy, and I am still grateful for the experience. Being around people like that, I was still strong enough to stay true, honest, and calm. Plus, I learned how to manhandle even the biggest, toughest, meanest guys. That's something that make me come off as quite observant and protective today, which goes right into being the dominant one. I can still say I live the life I want directly because of my experiences and opportunities I was privileged with as a houseboy. Hopefully you boys out there are looking past the money and are taking advantage of what these men can teach you or help you get your foot in the door to get into whatever it is you might want to do to support yourselves.
  3. Just to clear something up based on a few private messages I've received: Yes, Airtel does some sort of business in most countries. However, any Airtel (Vodaphone) service in the United States goes through their partnered network called AT&T. Everyone in the US knows who AT&T is. Any phone that works on the AT&T network through Vodaphone will show only one network in the status bar of a phone or mobile device, and it would say AT&T. Airtel and BeSafe Airtel show up in the status bar as the network provider only in areas where Airtel is the actual provider. This would be limited to a few places in the Philippines, Africa, and their biggest service areas throughout India. The time noted on his phone when he sent that screen shot AND the network showing on his phone is what gives his particular location away. There simply is no other country in that time zone (UTC +5 or UTC +6) that operates the Airtel network.
  4. Yes, reported, blocked, all that good stuff. I don't so much mind the scammers because they tend to be super easy to spot, but I still always hope there aren't any good guys getting deterred from the fun they could be having with a good match. I don't even want to imagine how much less fulfilling my life would be had I not had my experiences as a houseboy.
  5. Thank you, and best of luck to the boys out there still hoping to find the few good (and real) employers left out there.
  6. Looks like he's still online with those pictures, same screen name. Apparently fake employers aren't removed as fast as fake houseboys.
  7. So this guy reached out again claiming I was being unfair and that I was wrong to call him fake. He said the thing about the bank was that he just sent me the wrong link because the bank actually is in California. So, he sent this screen shot to prove I was wrong: So, this is a different credit union. Similar name, but two totally different companies. Yeah, because it's totally normal to just forget which bank you're using to the point that you send a link and ask me to sign up to a different bank that doesn't exist in the state you originally said it was in. However... That's not even what stood out to me the most. Look in the in upper left-hand corner of this picture. It shows a network called BeSafe Airtel. I have heard of Airtel before, and I knew this was his personal phone. So with a quick check, I found out where they provide coverage: So, this guy lives in NY, posts his profile to show he lives in Louisiana, says he uses a bank he used when he lived in California except that bank doesn't exist in California, so he sends a screenshot of another bank from a phone being operated in India. Lol, seems legit. He has taken down these stolen pictures from his profile, but no matter what profile or pictures he use, his lines will be the same; he'll eventually want your bank account information.
  8. Jason, known as Jjason1 from Rapides Parish, LA is a complete fake. I have never posted the fake employers before since they're so fake and unbelievable, but this one was just a tad bit believable for a second, so I figured I'd save someone the time. He will come with a story about how he is going through a divorce and is trying to hide his money from his ex, but he likes you so much and wants to build something great with you and wants to start sending you money right away. All you have to do is open an account of his choice and give him the routing and account number. Lol. So, a few red flags: First off, one of the very first sentences in my profile states that I am no longer a houseboy. Though I have received more than a few offers lately, none of them have come without a man acknowledging this first. This guy didn't seem to notice that part. He says his location is in Queens, NY, but his profile shows he's in Louisiana. His phone number is from DC, and he insists on you using a bank that he opened an account with when he lived in California, even though this bank (credit union) doesn't have a single location in California. He says his name is Jason, but the pictures used are from a poor fellow that has been used on plenty of dating site scam profiles, those of both straight and gay natured. His pictures are easily searchable. He is also known as Wayne Lovell from Poland, Dr. Jeffery Dickson, Andy Baldwin, and so on. The second picture is the easiest to get search results on. He insists on using Whatsapp, but I made him go with regular test. He used the number 202 936 5239 which is out of DC. Here is a quote of why he said he wanted my account information: I understand what you mean honey, and I know you’re a very hard working guy , I have my reasons why I don’t use any of those apps you mentioned to make transfers , I’m currently under serious scrutiny from my ex, because of my divorce, we use a joint account so I can’t make any transactions without him finding out , I can only make transfers on my personal CU account and he has lawyers watching my every move ,he wants take half of what I own so I try to hide any financial transactions from him till my divorce is final , The only way I can transfer without him finding out is to add your account to mine then I can make the transfer, it only 24hrs at most to go through, I have no business with your personal life and It’s great that you’re comfortable with where you are , I know what that means , I have a lot of money and I feel it’s all vanity , I don’t let that define my life , I just thought that if you gonna be my house boy I should get a safe way to send you money without it affecting my divorce , I hope you understand where I am coming from He then goes on to say: It’s not a big deal honey , you should try relax and process the whole thing , i told you to open the CU account because it will be way easier to do transfers to you , I know you’re not willing to lose an opportunity of a lifetime because of whatever you believe . with all this stuffs you mentioned, I can only make limited transfers and I will need to send you like 20k upwards , because I want to furnish my new home , and do a little renovation on the house before I move in , and I wanted to send you the funds so you can help me handle it , Honey you don’t understand me , it’s not that I don’t want to use PayPal , I just can’t use it because of the issue with my divorce , I told you this is the safest way for me to send you the money without it affecting me , I didn’t mean to be offensive to you honey , what’s use will your account and routing number do for me , i really don’t understand why you keep mentioning thay I don’t want this to cause issues with us honey , this is just a very simple thing and I’m surprised you making it seem complicated, it’s like you getting a new job and they asked to get a new account to receive your pay , that’s how this is . My bank take just 24hrs at most for a transfer to go through, I think it’s actually worth the wait . Pls just relax . I don’t want us fighting about this You can have my banking information too if that will make you feel comfortable And after I pointed out to him just how unbelievable his story was without telling him I knew he was fake, he asked: Can I ask Why giving out your bank info is a very big deal ? So yeah, this guy is a fake. In all truth, he uses a script that is similar to a few other fake profiles that showed up as houseboys with different pictures. Likely the same scammer just playing any angle he can. No amount of promised money should make you ever give out your account information. In fact, you should never give out your banking info even if you're living with the guy. A serious "employer" here would never want a paper trail that would easily prove that he is paying you for your services which includes sex. Don't let any guy convince you that it is best to give your information so he can link your bank account. Even if your account is otherwise empty, you don't want to give someone the information that can give him access to all of the information associated with that account. I hope this saves someone from wasting their time with him. I don't think anyone would be foolish enough to just give out their bank account information, but far less realistic stories have been believed on here, so yeah...
  9. One of the oldest tricks, didn't know people were still pulling this one decades later. Remember that rule on this site about not exchanging money with anyone you haven't met? If not and you're sitting there with a check from this or some other cute boy or hot employer, ask yourself a few questions such as: Why would you think someone would need you in particular to cash a check for you when there are no fewer than a million check cashing places within 10 miles of everyone? You can even do mobile deposits of your own checks into almost any bank account. Don't have an account? Open one in less than 3 minutes on any of the endless apps like Chime or CashApp or Current. Pretty much everyone knows this, so why would some hot guy need you to use your bank account to cash a check? Another huge red flag: Did he offer to let you keep some of the money for your troubles? If that's the case, he could have paid a check cashing place far less to cash that same check and he could have gotten his money instantly (because checks can be verified instantly now, part of the reason this scam doesn't actually work anymore). Really, why would it make more sense for someone to put their check in the mail risking it being lost or taking forever to get to you (and not knowing if you'll even give them any of their money back) instead of just going down to a check cashing place, paying $10.00 or less, and having their cash in hand instantly? If they sent it certified mail, they had to go down to the post office or some mail post to get that done, or they know how to go online and get that set up to be able to do from home, so why would that same person not just go to a check cashing place nearby, or why would that tech savy person not know how to open up an account with one of the many mobile banking apps that exist? Last obvious flag is the fact that someone you've never met trusts you to cash and return their money at all. Not trying to scold you in particular; just pointing out the obvious red flags that people seem to suddenly ignore when a hot guy comes along promising the world and showing half naked pictures. Someone will hopefully read those questions themselves while they're waiting to get a check from someone and wise up before even bothering to take that hot check from that hot guy to the bank. In some states, just trying to cash a fake check will get you locked up. In fact, if you were pulled over and got caught with what was obviously a fake check, that too could get you locked up. Don't even have someone mail them to you out of curiosity. No boy is cute enough for that and no employer can pay me enough to risk that. By the way, if it's an employer that can afford to house and pay you to be cute for him but he can't open and use his own bank account, there's a reason.
  10. This sometimes happens to me only when I try to access this site on a mobile device. Make sure your browser is full screen and make sure you're viewing the desktop version of this site. This site can be... wonky at best sometimes. Just click the message icon once and wait. It sometimes takes a while for things to load on this site when you click on it. Even on a desktop, this happens sometimes, so I have found it best to come into this site in inPrivate or Incognito mode. It's kind of an old school site, so you just have to be gentle and patient with her and she'll work.
  11. If you were to just read what you posted, and read it carefully, you actually answer why you're not finding anyone that wants to spend time with you from this (or any) site. If I may just say... Houseboy.com is a fantasy site. I'm not saying no one is real here, but we're all here to fulfill a fantasy. No reasonable person comes to a fantasy niche site and use that to get an idea of the gay community. That would be like me going back to old Twitter posts, reviewing when Trump posted some of his fans chanting "white power, white power" and then assuming all white or Caucasian men and women are like that. See how unreasonably stupid that would be, to make assumptions about an entire people based on one group? Also, std's and sti's are nothing to scold someone over. There are very few people that go out and say "you know, I'm not coming home until I'm carrying a new disease or virus", and most of the people that do find out they have got it from someone that didn't exactly tell them. I know plenty of men and women that did everything right, wore condoms and everything, and still ended up catching something. The thing is, shaming someone about it isn't going to teach anyone anything about it, how to treat it if it happens, and how to prevent it from happening again. Back when gays had to stay in hiding, most of the hate that kept driving homophobic actions was based on ignorant people going off of what they guessed about gays because there weren't any gays brave enough to teach the truth about the kind of people we are and can be. Things got better because more truth finally came front and center and people stopped being shamed to the shadows of society. You're not smarter than anyone just because you've managed to avoid contracting any detectable std's or sti's, and keep in mind that it can take up to 10 years of testing for things like HIV to show up. Oddly enough the moment you stop thinking you're better than someone else, the easier it will be to connect with someone. I mean, here you are offering to pay and financially support a guy to sell yourself as a good catch and you're still sleeping alone because you're too busy trying to shame the very people you're trying to meet. That's real rich coming from a guy that can't even show his face. Don't give that excuse about people collecting pictures. I'm sure some people do, but no real man comes to a site to find someone by hiding away so that no one finds out he's on here. Seriously, how do you expect to find a guy when you make it impossible to be noticed? Seems like a real genius move there. So now you think it's time to rethink your sexuality. Really? So you're so real that you can just decide to be straight? You're so fed up with guys that you go and post on a gay site that you're going to straight? Yes, I'm sure that would make any gay guy feel comfortable devoting their time and energy to someone like that knowing he might wake up one day and get up out because his gay lover has suddenly chosen to go straight. If you were really fed up with gays, wouldn't it make more sense to just go to a straight site and find a chick? Do you think the gay guys on here are going to reach out to try to "save" you as if the gay community would be losing someone great? To sum up your post, guys with std's are gross dirty people, being HIV positive is basically a sin and we shouldn't accept people that are positive. You've had nothing but bad luck finding a good guy on any gay site or app, and even though the common denominator is you AND you even offer to pay and support a guy so that he likes you enough to give you a chance, the issue must be every other gay guy. Honestly, if you're anything like this post, the only thing you leave people thinking about you is that cocaine must be one hell of a drug. I say that because at first, I just thought you were some random guy on his high horse, but to think the way you do, you are clearly on something else.
  12. Basically, yes, but finding a legit host or houseboy can be just as easy as dating if done right. Since this is a fantasy site, some people tend to leave too much to fantasy, including ignoring those obvious red flags as if they're not really there. Stay true to yourself and it becomes impossible for a fake person on here to lead you on or take anything more from you than a few email exchanges on here. It's all fun and games to pretend you're meeting an "employer" to have to please sexually (or in my case, meeting that guy that is a tough boss at work but is a complete sub bottom at home and behind closed doors haha), but when you notice things like his house doesn't look like what he had in the picture or he's 25 years older than the picture he used, well, that's not fun and games, and that's nothing to ignore. Those are red flags; these are the reasons that, when I was a houseboy, even if a guy provided my transportation to him, I always had backup cash or an account that I could use to make my getaway if a guy turned out to be a complete fake or flake.
  13. I'm going to say what a lot of people probably wish they could say but can't because there's going to be someone that's far too woke to let certain people say. I apologize now to whoever I may offend. Remember, stuff like the 2020 protests and pretty much any civil rights issues really have nothing to do with personal preference when dating or finding sex partners. Sure, most gay profiles won't respond to people of color, but that's not racism. That's preference. As much as you can't explain why you're attracted to those white boys, they can't (and aren't really obligated to) explain to you why they're not attracted to men of color... kind of like how being straight doesn't make a guy homophobic if he doesn't date guys. On the other hand, don't assume your race is the issue. There are tons of reasons some guys don't respond. Do you have a profile on the main site here? Do you have an easy to see picture and good profile there? Is your profile offering exactly what those boys want? In any case, don't focus on those that don't respond, and don't let those that don't respond be what shapes your mood when you're on here. I can assure you from emails and contacts I've made on here there are plenty, (and I mean PLENTY) of good hosts and houseboys alike that absolutely LOVE men of color. I think the last 5 people that have emailed me on here have all been houseboys that have told me they would be my houseboy if I ever wanted to have one, and 4 of them were white guys. Up your game for what you're looking for so you can find the good guys that actually like or prefer men of color, and then focus on those good guys. If you're consistently being met with guys that aren't responding the way you like, stop looking for the same kind of guy. No amount of civil rights movements can or will or even should make people change their sexual preferences and desires. Even when looking for a houseboy, be with someone that truly wants you and is crazy about you, not someone that's going to be guilted into "giving you a chance" because of your skin color. We are not a charity case; we don't need some kind of affirmative action for dating or being on fantasy sites. There are times and places to throw out the race card, but on a houseboy site where we can all come to experience our fantasies, this isn't the place. We may not get as many likes or be in the "hottest profiles" or "most popular" sections. We may not get the gift of quanitity when it comes to it, but we damn sure get the gift of quality when those few amazing guys do get noticed, something you won't notice if you're focused on those other basic boys. I mean honestly, I personally wish guys could go back to putting "no Blacks" in their profile. Again, it's preference; that's not something I can be offended by, and it would save me a LOT of time reading through profiles as I would know who to not waste time on, but that's just me. I mean all that out of respect, not at all trying to be insensitive. I hope you find what you're looking for, and take pride in the fact that guys like us get to enjoy quality of quantity every time.
  14. Sorry that was so long, but while I love meeting houseboy that eventually make it on their own, I remember all that being a houseboy has done for me and cringe at the thought of someone that doubts the opportinities right in front of him. Don't miss out on what could be the best experiences you'll ever have in life.
  15. 1dIwg2A, your honesty here is refreshing (and rare for this site). As far as what you want in particular and how things work out with the guy you have been in contact with for some time, I truly do hope those things work out for you. Like I've said before, even with all the fake and flakes on sites like this, when I was a houseboy, I can say that I never had an issue finding another good position or arrangement, sometimes in less than 24 hours after one arrangement ended. Being a houseboy was, by far, one of the best thing that ever happened to me. I'm not saying every situation was ideal, but from each situation, I gained great knowledge that I was able to use in my everyday life. That's what made every arrangement great. Though I love being on my own doing my own thing, you better believe I have dabbled back into be a houseboy here and there with pride because someone wonderful came along and saw me as a compliment to his life. Anyhow, I'm responding to what you wrote for one reason, something you pointed out a few times that struck a cord with me. Being a houseboy can be whatever you make the situation to be, not just what the host or "employer" dictates. No one can decide for you what you take from any encounter, but fear can limit that a lot. The truth of the matter is that meeting someone in person after a few hours of chatting is no different or any less "safe" than meeting someone after months or years of chatting. Am I saying you should be more laxed about meeting people sooner? No, not at all. Can I personally say I've met and moved into houseboy arrangements after chatting for less than 24 hours? Yes. Did they work out? Yes. My first was chatting with a guy for 2 hours and then going to Key West to meet him and hang out for a week. I left 3 years later. The second time I did it was when my hosts in Palm Springs told me they no longer needed me and gave me 30 days to find another arrangement. That night I went online to a similar site like this and met a host that flew me out the next day to West Texas since he was/is a big time bank exec to the oil industry out there. That lasted beautifully for 7 or 8 months until I accidentally met the guy that I ended up dating for 9 wonderful years. What made me safe in all of those situations had nothing to do with the guy I met, but 100% to do with the guy I am. When you said "I'm not as happy as I'd like to be", that's just it; you can't depend on others to bring that to you. We sometimes think being around a generous wealthy guy will just make life so much better for us, but that will just leave you on an emotional (or financial) rolloercoaster as guys and situations tend to come and go. You have to get right with yourself first, and when you put your happiness first, you'll realize you can truly be happy with or without the money. The better off you are as a person before you dive into houseboy situations or relationships or even friendships, the more stable your entire life will be. I learned how to work from home doing basic customer service jobs or data entry jobs that didn't take away from the attention I could give to my hosts. Of course, those aren't "dream jobs" (well, it kind of is now during covid, glad I'm already at least 10 years used to working from home before 2020 hit), but those simple jobs are the reason I always had a few hundred or a few thousand dollars that I always had access to; I could leave at a moment's notice if I had to. That took care of the money issues. One thing about just being happy or comfortable enough to just move in with a guy came partially from having my own cash saved up, but most of it honestly came from finding my own peace before I sought out a houseboy position. I never took a houseboy position for anything, and I mean ANYTHING, that I "needed". I was a houseboy because I wanted to be. Going in more relaxed and secure emotionally is what helped me be more open to bonding with these guys and their life/lifestyle which caused the few positions I've had to be very long lasting positions. In fact, they all commented on how I was "always happy" or was "always so calm even in tough situations". The more confident and happy you are in yourself, the more confident you'll be about any situation you're in, and that translates to an employer that's far more confident in you. Don't run away from this site because certain types of people anger you or disappoint you. You won't find the right guy or situation when you're hiding because of the wrong one. On the other hand, being more sure of yourself and your own happiness and confidence will leave you less and less able to fall for the kind of guys you'd rather not be around or waste time with. You will start to truly learn what quality of quantitity truly means and how it doesn't always relate to financial or material things. Don't expect to the best houseboy without first being the best you first. Also, life is about living. A part of living is learning. Never have regrets. Regrets just mean you didn't learn anything from the situation before letting your emotions get the best of you. I'm not a religious person (at all), but I believe everything happens for a reason, and that reason is usually to learn from it. Sometimes when people aren't on your level and don't want to admit that, they call that "baggage" to try to bring you down to their level. We all have baggage. We all are, today, what we are from what we experienced yesterday. We take things with us along the journey called life to hopefully make tomorrow a bit better or easier or make more sense. It's when we hold on to things that aren't bringing us any good, like things that make us afraid to try something, that it becomes an issue. That's not baggage; those are called tethers. Baggage will allow you to travel along your journey, but tethers will keep you stuck in one place always thinking about it, always regretting something. I say most of that talking about how you mentioned the idea of moving in with someone you don't know is one of your biggest regrets. Well, think about it; when you take a job, what do you really know about the people you're suddenly left alone with? When you get a roommate, how much do you know about that person before you move in together? In those situations, you have the tools to walk away from those things if you notice they're not safe or healthy for you or your well being. I'm not sure why houseboys don't think they can't apply the same logic to meeting guys to maybe one day live with and work for. You won't find the right position if you expect to chat for a year or more before ever meeting a guy, I can just tell you that now; if you've chatting with someone for more than a year and neither of you have made the arrangement to actually meet, whether it be financial reasons or other fear, it's not going to happen or you should look at why it hasn't happened. For example, if you're wanting to be a houseboy for finacial gain but he can't afford to meet you in a year (not saying it's always up to the employer), don't expect him to be able to take care of you if and when you do finally meet. Maybe it's just the opposite; maybe he's waiting for you to show some initiative (because no host likes a lazy helpless houseboy) by showing that you're doing something to make the money so that you two can meet. In that case, if he finally does break down and pay your way, are you going to be able to impress him if you get there and are still the same helpless person he chatted with online? Also, you have to admit, if you truly are seeking a houseboy position and want to give it your all, a host won't really see that if you're not even willing to communicate as much as he wishes. If a host sees you have better things to do or just don't want to communicate as much as he does, he's not exactly going to then shell out the money or effort to bring you to him. If it's not about money but you haven't yet met because either of you aren't sure about the other or yourself, what will chatting do to actually fix the issue? You're both still who you are, so if it hasn't been enough of a match to meet yet, what will change that (unless someone starts changing their story)? So yeah, I love your honesty and how open you are on here with your response. Just get yourself and your situation right before worrying about any other guy or his situation and then when you come back to your search, you'll find it's much easier to find whatever it is you're looking for when you at least know who you are and what you want without doubt or reservation. Yes, it's a lot easier for the skinny twink boys that are just looking for daddy dick and a little money for taking it, and they're a dime a dozen which is why hosts go through them like drano through a sewage pipe, but if you're about something more than that, you have to come from a place of self confidence that will allow you to be and offer more so that you get the most out of the situation. You stated it so perfectly when you said "Seems like life ain’t one big cruise, and I gotta shape it how I want it to be if I wanna be certain." You're 100% right about that, but don't think you can't do that as a houseboy. The idea of the wonderful life as a houseboy is far more than a fantasy if you first put yourself in the right position to be able to find and be found by the right confident and happy host that feeds off of your confidence and happiness.
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