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    He was the sort of man that wouldn't ask for help, even if he needed it.

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    He was the sort of man that you would steer clear from, just for good measure.

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    He was the sort of man whom one vote for based on their gut impression of him, rather than any rational reason under the sun.

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    He was the sort of man that wouldn't ask for help, even if he needed it.
    Just as well, earphone, because he was the sort of man you wouldn't p*ss on if he was on fire.
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    He was the sort of man who always view things in third-person.
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    He was the sort of man you knew was obsequious.

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    He was the sort of man who would jump in the middle of a bar fight to help the underdog, even at substantial risk to himself, but who drove past stranded motorists without a second thought to helping them.

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    He was the sort of man who wouldn't know his arse was on fire unless someone rang a bell.

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    He was the sort of man who sat down between three minuets past six and eighteen minutes past seven every evening and wrote, then he made a cup of tea.
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    He was the sort of man who needed to wear Mr. Grumpy socks to maintain his equilibrium.
    "I think a life is a plot. It's probably the elementary plot. I came across a quotation of Patrick White, the Australian writer, just about the time I needed it. He said he never bothers with plot. He just writes about life 'limping along toward death.' That made me feel much better, to keep this in my mind."

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