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Othertimes I look at it like, "It was a freakin' blessing, man. Glamour: Would you ever come back to ] You have to walk away when the time is right, and the time was right. Me, Cheryl, Karina, the few of us leaving, I think this might be one of the last times we see Derek [: See what Derek told us about returning for next season here]. We've moved on, and the show is still where it is. __Glamour: I know you often don't like to talk about your personal life, but you've been seen out and about with Peta, and she's in as well. I guess things happen differently when you're older and time's passed and things have happened.
Who wouldn't want that job to do these things? Tony's still around, but I don't know for how long. You have people like Peta and Val, who kind of became faces of the show, and let's see what happens. And obviously I talk to her because she's awesome and she likes me for some reason. She's small and she's big at the same time. I am a very intelligent guy, contrary to what it might seem.
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In Swedish, it is called snabel-a , ("a" with an elephant's trunk), or kanelbulle , the Swedish equivalent of the Chelsea bun.
In German it is called Klammerraffe , (a clinging monkey) - presumably hanging from a tree by one arm.
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