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April 8, 2010 at 1:43 pm oopz – mai soarses telz mih ai has miss spoak – tizz teh Butt!
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In fact I compla.. komplai.. spoak abowt it a few pix bak on im in your briefcase… Im finkin taht Tidmum wuz also habbin sum problimz..
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But 4 U I will sai dis — ifn U kin fynd owt ware Guvner Mike Huckabee spoak lastist Sunnydai, datz ware I b.
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Ingrish wil be spoak at tai boteak tudai ai finkso. cumgrajlashunz yu free.
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He spoak about a hour, and allooded to me as a swindler about forty-five times.
Tarn; an 'she turned hersel, an' she spoak to me! '
An 'aa saw theer t' bogle, -- thee knaws, t 'bogle o' Bleacliff Tarn; an 'she turned hersel, an' she spoak to me! '
"Charles you scoundrel," says Deuceace to me one day (he always spoak in that kind way), "who is this person that has taken the opsit chambers, and plays the flute so industrusly?"
Longpoint whereof we spoak before, the wildmen called it _okinotoname_, we perceive smoake.
He answered they weare his; he no sooner had spoaken, but one old man spoak to him thus:
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