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We were disappointed in our Holiday Party.

Our company Holiday Party was today, and we all had SO MUCH FUN at Top Golf.  We ate delicious food, drank delicious drinks, and hung out with each other, but no one got too crazy.  Everyone was well behaved and delightful. Booooo. So we had to ask others for stories of debauchery from their Holiday Party.  Listen…

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