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JACK DUNBAR

you do?’ I’ve found it’s better to make up something normal rather than own up to being an artist. ‘Horticulturalist’ is my personal favourite, I’ve tried ‘banker’ a couple of times too but no one ever believes me. To answer ‘I’m an artist’ leads to the even stickier question; ‘oh cool, what kind of art do you make?’ and it’s in response to this that more often than not you lose them: ‘Well if you really want

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