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drivenoun

  • ja運転、ドライブ
  • ena journey or trip in a vehicle

Examples

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Hi.
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Hi, beautiful, how's the drive?
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I just arrived.
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Okay, Rupert, you ready to go for a drive?
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Oh, my God, Rupert, this is such a thrill.
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Look at me, I'm driving!
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I'm driving a real car!
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I don't believe it!
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It's been a long drive.
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We are here in the snow!
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I'm driving. I fart 'cause I think it's a fart.
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I'm like, "Oh, my God, that doesn't feel right."
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And so I check myself like this.
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The finger on the back.
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No, I had to go in.
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Oh, god damn.
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It was there, and I was like, "Uh."
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The drive home was 30 minutes.
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She's driving like this for 30 minutes going, "Oh! Oh!"
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I have habits now that I do,
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like go out, or go for a walk or go for a drive, listen to really loud music.
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The morning after driving drunk, I feel...
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I don't even remember everything about the drive.
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You know, I couldn't tell you all the things I did wrong.