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dolly farting, in vestments of subdominal poteen at prime cost1
and I bait you my chancey oldcoat against the whole ounce you2
half on your backboard (if madamaud strips mesdamines may3
cold strafe illglands!) that I'm the gogetter that'd make it pay like4
cash registers as sure as there's a pot on a pole. And, what with one5
man's fish and a dozen men's poissons, sowing my wild plums to6
reap ripe plentihorns mead, lashings of erbole and hydromel and7
bragget, I'd come out with my magic fluke in close time, fair,8
free and frolicky, zooming tophole on the mart as a factor. And9
I tell you the Bective's wouldn't hold me. By the unsleeping10
Solman Annadromus, ye god of little pescies, nothing would11
stop me for mony makes multimony like the brogues and the12
kishes. Not the Ulster Rifles and the Cork Milice and the Dublin13
Fusees and Connacht Rangers ensembled! I'd axe the channon14
and leip a liffey and drink annyblack water that rann onme way.15
Yip! How's thats for scats, mine shatz, for a lovebird? To funk is16
only peternatural its daring feers divine. Bebold! Like Varian's17
balaying all behind me. And before you knew where you18
weren't, I stake my ignitial's divy, cash-and-cash-can-again, I'd19
be staggering humanity and loyally rolling you over, my sow-20
white sponse, in my tons of red clover, nighty nigh to the metro-21
nome, fiehigh and fiehigher and fiehighest of all. Holy petter and22
pal, I'd spoil you altogether, my sumptuous Sheila! Mumm all23
to do brut frull up fizz and unpop a few shortusians or shake a24
pale of sparkling ice, hear it swirl, happy girl! Not a spot of my25
hide but you'd love to seek and scanagain! There'd be no stand-26
ing me, I tell you. And, as gameboy as my pagan name K.C. is27
what it is, I'd never say let fly till we shot that blissup and28
swumped each other, manawife, into our sever nevers where I'd29
plant you, my Gizzygay, on the electric ottoman in the lap of30
lechery, simpringly stitchless with admiracion, among the most31
uxuriously furnished compartments, with sybarate chambers, just32
as I'd run my shoestring into near a million or so of them as a33
firstclass dealer and everything. Only for one thing that, how-34
over famiksed I would become, I'd he awful anxious, you under-35
stand, about shoepisser pluvious and in assideration of the terrible36