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Perhaps the stupidest text message ever sent.

Good effort, Aiden's friend. Now you just go back to staring at the shiny things. If Aiden never texts you again, don't worry that he never found his phone. It simply means that he found it, read your text, and decided to make some serious changes in his social life.
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