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F/Bfor the benefit
F/BFeel Better
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F/BFriends with Benefits
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References in classic literature ?
"Nay," he replied, "but I shall speedily feel better if you will fetch me that same beggar and let me have a fair chance at him."
"I hope you will feel better and happier in the morning," he said.
But I found I was wrong, for as soon as I loosened the knot around his neck, he gave a long sigh and mumbled with a faint voice, `Now I feel better!'"
Peter said he thought he might feel better if he went for a walk.
Auntie says it 'tones' me up, and I always feel better after it."
He tremblingly ventured to say that if she would retire from the town he should feel better and safer, and could hold his head higher--and was going on to make an argument, but she interrupted and surprised him pleasantly by saying she was ready; it didn't make any difference to her where she stayed, so that she got her share of the pension regularly.
I felt so good, that somehow, somewhere, in me arose an insatiable greed to feel better. I was so happy that I wanted to pitch my happiness even higher.
Nowhere on earth shall I now feel better than with thee!"--
"I know it, but it makes me feel better," said Rebecca largely; "and then I've had it two years, and it's broken so it wouldn't ever be any real good, beautiful as it is to look at."
"There," he said, moving off and surveying his deed, "yeh look like th' devil, but I bet yeh feel better."
Bowen's bowel cancer is a different level of fear, but it will make him feel better to know you are more aware.
The captain on Thursday said that contributing to the team's string of wins makes him feel better.