Hey, Jeff Probst!

“What do you call womanhood if not endurance? The way we withstand that which we did not believe withstandable.”

Hey Jethro’s I want to be in on your
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show whoa whoa I want to lay in hammocks
00:10
and friends I like the first reuse
00:24
auction that is like real life
00:27
eBay or passes of like a regular option
00:35
it’s not like part remake them things
00:38
like a live snakes let’s see my back
00:41
from our season that two years ago a
00:45
woman told the story of her use around
00:48
your campfire and an accident Hershel
00:51
man sex you understood why her father
00:53
beat her back you would have done it too
00:57
before date is as easy as reading to be
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an u s– survivor is to be the worst
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kind of thirsty surrounded by water that
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will kill you if you drink it and
01:11
everyone on the shoreline look at all
01:13
that gorgeous ocean yeah when I left him
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he rented a u-haul
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to my new house we fell asleep on a
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swing mattress on the concrete floor
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which is the softest name I have for
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traffic what do you know about saving
01:35
yourself and all its wretched gasping
01:38
when you call womanhood is not endurance
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the ways we would stand that which you
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did not believe with sample and then we
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put our unholy hands to work
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call me survivor it gives the ugliest
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triumph I own but it is mine
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[Applause]

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