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took the ham of, the plain being involved in darkness, low cirque1
waggery, nay, even the first old wugger of himself in the flesh,2
whiggissimus incarnadined, when falsesighted by the ifsuchhewas3
bully on the hill for there had circulated freely fairly among his4
opposition the feeling that in so hibernating Massa Ewacka, who,5
previous to that demidetached life, had been known of barmi-6
cidal days, cook said, between soups and savours, to get outside7
his own length of rainbow trout and taerts atta tarn as no man8
of woman born, nay could, like the great crested brebe, devour9
his threescoreten of roach per lifeday, ay, and as many minnow a10
minute (the big mix, may Gibbet choke him!) was, like the salmon11
of his ladderleap all this time of totality secretly and by suckage12
feeding on his own misplaced fat.13
    Ladies did not disdain those pagan ironed times of the firs; 14
city (called after the ugliest Danadune) when a frond was a friend15
inneed to carry, as earwigs do their dead, their soil to the earth-16
ball where indeeth we shall calm decline, our legacy unknown.17
Venuses were gigglibly temptatrix, vulcans guffawably eruptious18
and the whole wives' world frockful of fickles. Fact, any human19
inyon you liked any erenoon or efter would take her bare godkin20
out, or an even pair of hem, (lugod! lugodoo!) and prettily pray21
with him (or with em even) everyhe to her taste, long for luck,22
tapette and tape petter and take pettest of all. (Tip!) Wells she'd23
woo and wills she's win but how the deer knowed where she'd24
marry! Arbour, bucketroom, caravan, ditch? Coach, carriage,25
wheelbarrow, dungcart?26
    Kate Strong, a widow (Tiptip!)      she pulls a lane picture for 27
us, in a dreariodreama setting, glowing and very vidual, of old28
dumplan as she nosed it, a homelike cottage of elvanstone with29
droppings of biddies, stinkend pusshies, moggies' duggies, rotten30
witchawubbles, festering rubbages and beggars' bullets, if not31
worse, sending salmofarious germs in gleefully through the32
smithereen panes      Widow Strong, then, as her weaker had33
turned him to the wall (Tiptiptip!), did most all the scavenging34
from good King Hamlaugh's gulden dayne though her lean35
besom cleaned but sparingly and her bare statement reads that,36