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    Call me vain, but these chocolates were delicious, worth every cent!

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    "Vanity": Etymology: Middle English vanite, from Old French vanité, from Latin vanitat-, vanitas quality of being empty or vain, from vanus empty, vain -- more at WANE
    1 : something that is vain, empty, or valueless
    2 : the quality or fact of being vain
    3 : inflated pride in oneself or one's appearance : CONCEIT
    4 : a fashionable trifle or knicknack
    5 a : 3COMPACT a b : a small case or handbag for toilet articles used by women

    From the Merrian-Webster Online Dictionary

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