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I'm sure there's air worth of air in this pocket.

 

.... just kidding

 

Here:

 

He's sure there's seconds worth of air in this pocket.

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Raymond's glad there's days of food up in this place.

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Raymond's glad there's days of food up in this place.

It's one word, not multiple... You removed "worth", added "up", and changed "bus" to "place"...

 

Since I'm sure you meant "Raymond's glad there's days worth of food in this place." I'll go by that...

 

 

Raymond's glad there's days worth of oxycodone in this place.

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Freeman's glad there's centuries worth of oxycodone in his place.

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Freeman's glad there's centuries worth of ammo in his pad.

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Freeman's glad there's centuries worth of ammo in his maxi-pad.

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