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    Read into it what you will?

    I can't quite remember the context where it was used but what does this mean?

    Does it by any chance mean something like "Take it however you like it"?

    Please help.

    Thanks in advance.

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    #2

    Re: Read into it what you will?

    Yes; make your own assumption of the issue.


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    Re: Read into it what you will?

    Thanks susiedqq


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