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  • Yeah screw her she was only holding you back anyway
  • I don't know what I'm going to do without her...
  • Man all you need to feel better is a distraction.
  • Enlist me for 6 years! Yea you heard, 6! I need to leave this town and explore the world for a beautiful woman. And she is not here in this town, trust me I checked.
  • Look son, I can tell your drunk so ill enlist you for 4 years, not 6. Your going for all the wrong reasons but I don't doubt you'll learn a few things.
  • Aye Aye Sir!!
  • You look like a bunch of swaddled wusses!! Get your asses moving! Now! Put those knees up or god help you I will show you what a real workout is! Move it move it!
  • Aye Aye Sir!!
  • Jim here is heart broken and his friends are trying to make him feel better but he can't help but feel as if something is missing.
  • He decides to get drunk and then decides to go to the nearby to recruitment center to sign up to serve in the war. The recruiter knows he is drunk because he's talking nonsense, but he signs hum up anyway.
  • Mom, I miss you. Your letters really help, they keep me as humanized as I can be. In a place where all I do is kill men. On the bright side I just have a few more months to serve.
  • During training he feels confident, as if he's finally doing something with his life. Even if his drill instructor is tougher than usual.
  • I miss our boy dear, I know he's strong but I cant help but worry for him. He's almost done, just a few more months.
  • Honey, our boy is made of steel. He'll be back in one piece trust me. Just pray and everything will be fine.
  • When he finally gets deployed to Japan and starts fighting in real combat he realizes it's nothing like what he thought it'd be. It's different to train for it and to actually do it. It's mentally stressing and traumatizing. But he's still strong about fighting.
  • Eventually all he wanted to do was go home. So he kept on fighting and counting the days before his four years of service were done. The letters he got from his parents kept him determined to fight till the end.
  • His parents patiently waited until he came back home because they knew he'd make it back home. After serving for four years he did end up going home. He got a happy end.
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