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Regarding your answer: Oh, sorry, I realised I should have said that another reason that you’re right is that “Kirakou and the Sorceress” doesn’t have modern technology or portals – at least it didn’t mention portals in the Wikipedia article. Sorry, I didn’t mean to be rude – I know I sound rude. I just that I should mention it. Once again, I do apologize.
2 months ago
Regarding your answer: I do thank you, but I agree, “Kirakou and the Sorceress” is not what I saw, judging by the art shown on Wikipedia. In fact, before yesterday, when I first saw it in your response, I had never heard of it. Also, I agree, it cannot be an episode of “Avatar: The Last Airbender”, or “The Legend of Korra”, as those shows were on too recent to be what I saw – as a side note, I liked “Avatar: The Last Airbender”, when it was on, although in retrospect I don’t like it anymore, and I intend to watch episodes of “The Legend of Korra” with my elder sister and younger brother when we get the chance (they have already watched episodes on the Internet, and on DVD, although I haven’t).
Regarding your answer: Thank you sir, for reminding him. I do not wish to sound rude towards him – it was accidental, I am very grateful to him, and I do apologize for sounding rude.
Oops, I made a mistake. I do apologize, sir, for it. I meant to write “Thank you, sir, for reminding them of that.”, but I had the first word that I wrote too close to what was already there, and all it said was “you, sir, for reminding them of that.” Oh well, I’ve learnt my lesson. I apologize for sounding sir, when I wrote that last sentence – it was unintentional.
—Regarding your answer you, sir, for reminding them of that.
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