在线阅读讨论-爱丽丝梦游仙境Alice In Wonderland 201


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1- Yes, I do, but, but, but- – Ah! I knew it! I knew it.
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Serpent. Serpent!
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Oh, for goodness’ sake.
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Hmm! And the other side will-
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The very idea.
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Spend all my time laying eggs for serpents like her.
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Goodness. I wonder if I’ll ever get the knack of it.
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There. That’s much better.
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Hmm. Better save these.
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Now let’s see. Where was I?
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Hmm. I- I wonder which way I ought to go.
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‘Twas brillig
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And the slithy toves
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Did gyre and gimble in the wabe
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All mimsy were the borogroves
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Now where in the world do you suppose that-
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– Lose something? – Oh!
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Oh, uh- I- I was- N-No.
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I- I-I mean, I-I was just wondering-
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Oh, that’s quite all right. Uh, one moment, please.
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Ooh.
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Second chorus.
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‘Twas brillig
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And the slithy toves
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Did gyre and gimble in the wabe
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Why- Why, you’re a cat.
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A Cheshire cat. All mimsy
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Were the borogroves
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Oh, wait! Don’t go, please.
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There you are. Third chorus.
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Oh, no, no, no. Thank you, but-
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But I just wanted to ask you which way I ought to go.
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Well, that depends…
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on where you want to get to.
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Oh, it really doesn’t matter, as long as I-
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Then it really doesn’t matter…
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which way you go.
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Oh, by the way.
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If you’d really like to know,
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he went that way.
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– Who did? – The White Rabbit.
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– He did? – He did what?
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– Went that way. – Who did?
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– The White Rabbit. – What rabbit?
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But didn’t you just say- I mean- Oh, dear.
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Can you stand on your head?
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– Oh! – However,
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if I were looking for a white rabbit,
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I’d ask the Mad Hatter.
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The Mad Hatter? Um, no, no, I-I don’t think-
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Or there’s the March Hare…
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in that direction.
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Uh, thank you. I-I think I shall visit him.
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Of course, he’s mad too.
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Oh, but I don’t want to go among mad people.
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Oh, you can’t help that.
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Most everyone’s mad here.
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You may have noticed…
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that I’m not all there myself.
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Goodness. If the people here are like that, I-
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I must try not to upset them.
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How very curious.
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If there are no objections let it be unanimous
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– Oh, a very merry unbirthday – A very merry unbirthday
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A very merry unbirthday to us
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A very merry unbirthday to me
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– To who – To me – Oh, you
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A very merry unbirthday to you
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– Who, me – Yes, you – Oh, me
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Let’s all congratulate us with another cup of tea
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A very merry unbirthday
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To
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You
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– No room, no room, no room. – No vacancy.
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– No room, no room, no room! – But I thought there was plenty of room.
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Ah, but it’s very rude to sit down without being invited.
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I’ll say it’s rude. It’s very, very rude indeed.
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Very, very, very rude indeed.
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Oh, I’m very sorry,
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but I did enjoy your singing, and I wondered if you could tell me-
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You enjoyed our singing?
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Oh, what a delightful child.
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Things happen. I’m so excited! We never get compliments.
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– You must have a cup of tea. – Ah, yes, indeed, the tea.
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– You must have a cup of tea. – That would be very nice.
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I’m sorry I interrupted your birthday party.
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– Uh-uh, thank you. – Birthday? Ha-ha-ha.
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My dear child, this is not a birthday party.
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Of course not.
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This is an unbirthday party.
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Unbirthday? Oh, I’m sorry, but I don’t quite understand.
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It’s very simple. Now, 30 days hath Sept-
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No. Well. An unbirthday-
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If you have a birthday, then, you-
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– She doesn’t know what an unbirthday is. – How silly!
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Well, I-
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I shall elucidate.
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Now statistics prove prove that you’ve one birthday
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Imagine.:just one birthday every year
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Ah, but there are 364 unbirthdays
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Precisely why we’re gathered here to cheer
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Why, then, today is my unbirthday too.
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– It is? – What a small world this is.
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In that case-
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– A very merry unbirthday – To me
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– To you – A very merry unbirthday
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– For me – For you
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Now blow the candle out, my dear and make your wish come true
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A very merry unbirthday
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To you
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Twinkle, twinkle, little bat,
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How I wonder what you’re at.
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Up above the world you fly…
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Like a tea-tray in the sky.
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– Oh, that was lovely. – And, uh, and now, my dear,
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uh, you were saying that you would like to seek-
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Pardon me.
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Uh, you were seeking, uh, some information of some kind?
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Oh, yes. You see, I’m looking for a-
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Clean cup, clean cup. Move down!
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– But I haven’t used my cup. – Drink up, drink up
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Move down, move down Drink up, drink up, move down
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Would you like a little more tea?
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Well, I haven’t had any yet, so I can’t very well take more.
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Ah, you mean you can’t very well take less.
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Yes. You can always take more than nothing.
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– But I only meant that- – And now, my dear,
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something, uh, seems to be troubling you.
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Uh, won’t you tell us all about it?
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– Start at the beginning. – Yes, yes.
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And when you come to the end,
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stop, see?
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Well, it all started…
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while I was sitting on the riverbank with Dinah.
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Very interesting.
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– Who’s Dinah? – Why, Dinah’s my cat. You see-
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Ah! Cat?
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– Get the jam. On his nose. Put it on his nose. – On his nose, on his nose.
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– C-C-Cat. – Oh. Oh.
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My goodness. Those are the things that upset me.
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See all the trouble you’ve started?
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– But really, I didn’t think that- – Ah, but that’s the point.
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– If you don’t think, you shouldn’t talk. – Clean cup, clean cup.
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Move down, move down, move down!
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– But I still haven’t used- – Move down, move down, move down
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Move down
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And now, my dear, as you were saying?
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Oh, yes. I was sitting on the riverbank with, uh,
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with you-know-who.
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I do?
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I mean my c-a-t.
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Tea?
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Just half a cup, if you don’t mind.
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Come, come, my dear. Don’t you care for tea?
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Why, yes, I’m very fond of tea, but-
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If you don’t care for tea, you could at least make polite conversation.
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Well, I’ve been trying to ask you-
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I have an excellent idea.
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Let’s change the subject.
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Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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Riddles?
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Let me see now.
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Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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– I beg your pardon? – Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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– Why is a what? – Careful. She’s stark, ravin’ mad.
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But, but it’s your silly riddle. You just said-
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– Steady. Don’t get excited. – How about a nice cup of tea?
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Have a cup of tea, indeed. Well, I’m sorry, but I just haven’t the time.
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The time! The time! Who’s got the time?
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No, no, no, no. No time, no time, no time.
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Hello. Goodbye. I’m late. I’m late.
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– The White Rabbit! – Oh, I’m so late.
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I’m so very, very late.
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Well, no wonder you’re late. Why, this clock is exactly two days slow.
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– Two days slow? – Course you’re late.
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My goodness.
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We’ll have to look into this. Aha!
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I see what’s wrong with this.
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Why, this watch is full of wheels.
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Oh, my poor watch. Oh, my wheels and springs.
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– But, but, but, but, but, but, but, but- – Butter! Of course!
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It needs some butter. Butter!
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– Butter! – But-but-butter?
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Butter. Oh, thank you. Butter. Yes, that’s fine.

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