Timekeeper

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timekeeper (n., adj.)
Applies toheadmates
CoinerDödstöld Package

A headmate that keeps track of time for the system and makes sure the system is where they need to be on time (work, school, meetings, hangouts, parties, etc).[1]

They tend to get stressed if anyone (inside or outside the system) is running late, but can sometimes also get stressed out if they tend to be places too early and have to wait for things to begin or other people to arrive.

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