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      A little backstory:
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      Cosmo was a very happy Cosmo when I gave them back. He did, in fact, squee loudly (followed by maniacal giggling). It was extremely gratifying.
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      --OneBoot :D
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      Sorry about the fuzzy parts. I had to borrow a camera because I've lost mine. :(
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