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“From this misbelieving feacemaker to his noncredible fancyflame. 1 Ask for bosthoon, late for Mass, pray for blaablaablack sheep.”
“Some Tipperary bosthoon endangering the lives of the citizens.”
“Say a pather an' avy, 'says I, I was that mad f'r th' big bosthoon f'r his blatherin '.”
“An ', if he don't do annything, he's a dummy, an', if he does do annything, he's crazy; an 'whin he dies, his foreman says:' Sure, 'tis th 'divvle's own time I had savin' that bosthoon fr'm desthroyin 'himsilf.”
“Here he slackened his pace as we passed a small bosthoon driving a donkey, to call out facetiously, "Be good to your little brother, achree!”
“People declared that "they'd never have thought he'd take and do such a thing, for though he might ha 'been a quare sort of bosthoon, he was always dacint and paiceable.”
“And it's a quare comether she must ha 'been after puttin' on him," quoth Mrs. Quigley, "afore he took up wid herself, that's as ugly as if she was bespoke, and half a dozen year oulder than the young bosthoon, if she's a minyit.”
“Then it's the quare woman she must be, bedad," said Matt, "unless it's yourself's the quare bosthoon on her entirely, and maybe that's liker;”
“Troth, and yourself's the quare ould child-desertin ', mane-spirited, aisy-frighted slieveen of a young bosthoon; but what sort of a conthrivance is it you have on you at all at all be way of a head that you couldn't have the sinse to considher the roof blowin' off a body's house 'ud be raison enough for them to be quittin' out of it, and no signs of dyin 'in the matter?”
“But indeed," she said, "if anythin 'had took you, we'd ha' been in no hurry ever to set eyes on the other unlucky bosthoon.”
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