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...that was when he set me to make a pudden, for because our cook was hurted. I done my uttermost, but she all fetched adrift like in the bag, aní the more I biled the bits of her, the less she favoured any fashion oí pudden. Moon he chawed and chammed his piece, and Frankie chawed and chammed hisín, andóno words to itóhe took me by the ear aní walked me out over the bow-end, aní him aní Moon hove the pudden at me on the bowsprit gub by gub, something cruel hard!í



Source of the quote

Poem of the Week
("I keep Six Honest Serving Men")

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