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"Love you"

North Idaho's Vicki Kienholz has experienced the sort of mental lapse discussed in today's Slice column.

She was distracted and running late when paying for some gasoline. As the cashier handed over the change and wished her a good day, Kienholz said, "Bye, love you."

She was already a ways down the road when she realized what she had said.




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