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suggest that you have a lovely dis
position." 'I'm not," replied Miss Cayenne.
"Telling a girl she has a lovely dis
position is usually a sort of apology
for not being able to say she is either!
good looking or interesting." Wash
"Dad," said the fanner boy, "I'm
hungry for amusement. I'm going to
the village tonight and stay up to
see the sights by gas light"
"You're going to bed right now,"
roared dad, "and if you really need
some amusement you can get up at
2 o'clock in the morning and look at
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