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    you might possibly have left

    Hi,

    Such emotional cruelty will rapidly alien any friends you might possibly have left.

    What does the red part mean?

    I really couldn't figure out.

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    Re: you might possibly have left

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Such emotional cruelty will rapidly alienate any friends you might possibly have left.
    ... any friends that you still have/ ...any friends that might still remain to you.

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