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    it felt like the fi rst time in for ever

    I swallowed it felt like the fi rst time in for ever and
    looked around my room. It was bare and calm. That was
    how I wanted to be.


    it felt like the fi rst time in for ever ??


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    Re: it felt like the fi rst time in for ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbell View Post
    I swallowed it felt like the fi rst time in forever and
    looked around my room. It was bare and calm. That was
    how I wanted to be.


    it felt like the fi rst time in forever ??

    'forever' seems to be developing a figurative use, an emphatic use, Tinker, which means a long long time or what seems to the speaker to be a long long time. Whether it will last long, only time will tell.

    Ohhhhh sushi, yum yum yum yum, I haven't had any forever.

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