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How many times have you said “Yes”?

The first one is easy.

If you’ve said “I’m sure,” “I think,” “It could be,” “Yeah, I do,” “Sure,” “Yes” or “Yes,” then you have.

And you know what?

You are probably the first person ever to say “Yes.”

But how many times did you say it?

We’re guessing you’ve never said it.

But you’re not the first to say it.

In fact, there are thousands of people saying it.

And that number is rising.

And we know it’s rising because we’re tracking it.

The average number of yeses is 5,828 per day.

That’s an increase of nearly 2,000 people per day since 2016.

That means there are roughly 4,500 more people saying “Yes!” per day than there were in 2016.

It’s also a dramatic increase over the last decade.

You can see this by looking at the number that are saying yes at the end of the news.

In 2000, there were roughly 3,000 yeses per day, and in 2012 there were 4,000.

Now there are 5,800.

That number is up to 9,000, and it’s also up to 3,400, 3,200 and 3,100 in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

This is happening because of social media.

People are saying “yes,” and they’re also posting on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and they are also sharing videos, photos and tweets.

So the number is definitely rising, and that’s a good thing.

The real problem is the word “yes.”

We’re not sure if this is an old phenomenon, or if we’re seeing it for the first time.

Some people may have a tendency to say yes, because they feel confident, or because they are told it’s the correct answer.

And if you say yes often enough, you start to feel like you know how to answer, which can be helpful.

But the truth is that yes is not the only answer.

There are also other answers that people can say, like “yes, yes, yes” or just “yes”.

In fact “yes?” is often used in conversation, but it doesn’t mean that you should say it often.

But “yes”?

is definitely the answer that people are using now, because it’s not only more natural, it’s more effective.

We want to encourage people to say, “Yes?” so that they can get the answer they want, without being distracted.

We’re also trying to promote the use of yes in everyday conversation, so people can feel more confident and get a more accurate answer.

So what does yes mean?

It’s the word you choose.

It means “yes”; it’s what you say when you’re asking someone a question.

But it’s a lot easier to use the word if you’re actually saying “no.”

If you’re talking about a friend, say, instead of “I can’t wait to see what your new friend thinks.”

That’s a very different kind of answer, because that person is probably already thinking about you and what you’re saying.

So instead, you can say “no,” which will get your friend’s attention.

The other word you should be using when you say “yes”, which is not really used, is “yes/no.”

“Yes/no” is a word that has become a bit of a buzzword lately.

It sounds like “you’re right,” but it’s actually just saying, “I agree with you.”

But the reason why it sounds so weird is because it does not mean what people think it does.

The word “you” is actually a lot more flexible than it seems, so you can really change the meaning of the word, say “I know what you mean,” or “I understand what you think.”

You can also use “yes/” when you want to say you agree with someone else’s opinion, or you can just say, if you think someone should do something, you say, you agree.

But even those two types of responses are often considered “yes-as-no” responses.

When we talk about using yes to get the right answer, we’re also using the word.

“Yes is a way of saying, ‘yes, you should do this, or I agree.'”

So if someone says, “Oh, you don’t agree with me,” then it’s likely that you’re referring to the answer you want, not the answer someone else gives.

It may sound like you’re just saying no, but that’s actually what you should always say.

If someone says “You should get a doctor’s appointment,” you should usually say “you should go to the doctor,” not “you need to get a appointment