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“Why dat's Koku hisse'f!" and he looked in awe at the likeness.”
“When hit comes ter rain, de Lord don't let nobody fool wid him; he look atter de rain, 'specially hisse'f.”
“An 'he'd bettah git outdoors where he kin romp around t' suit hisse'f," added Dinah.”
“Then firs 'thing you know he's done killed hisse'f.”
“I said a _match_ for the black, an 'it peers to me like you've gone an' bought the black hisse'f an 'is tryin' to put him off on me.”
“Ne'ow Bud don't intend for to be so mean "-- she added a little softer --" but every month about the full of the moon, Bud seems to think somehow that it is about time fur him to make a fool of hisse'f again.”
“He des shuck hisse'f once mo ', an' put out fer home whar he kin set in front er de fire an 'git dry.”
“He lissen ag'in, an 'he hear Brer Bull-Frog mumblin' an 'grumblin' ter hisse'f, an 'he must' a 'had a mighty bad col', kaze his talk soun 'des like a bummil-eye bee been kotch in a sugar-barrel an' can't git out.”
“He come mighty nigh not gittin 'out; but he scramble an' he scuffle twel he git back ter de bank whar he kin clim 'out, an' he stood dar, he did, an 'kinder shuck hisse'f, kaze he mighty glad fer ter fin' dat he's in de worl 'once mo'.”
“Dey wuz calamus root a-plenty down dar, an 'Brer Rabbit, atter lookin' de groun 'over, promise hisse'f dat he'd fetch a basket de nex' time he come, an 'make one trip do fer two.”
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