Comment on Housewife Top Career Choice: “I Want To Watch TV All Day” by LunarSD:

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XP-tan… why didn’t any of us notice this was happening to you sooner? ;_;

How could we not have loved you enough to intervene before it became too late?

Shame on us. This was our fault too.

But who will still be willing to stand with you on your road to recovery? Who are the faithful among us?

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