I’m Not Moving So That You Can Hold Hands

Sidewalk Couples. No.

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In order to understand this special, singular strife, one must meet certain criteria. You must live in a city. The older the city, the better, as they’re prone to narrow streets. You must not own a car. Cars imply that you have a way to transport your physical body from A to B without the use of your legs, feet, or personal mobility device. And finally, you must be a…

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