Did you by any chance mean pudding?
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“Here we've had all the worry and trouble of fightin' puddin'-thieves night and day, and, on top of it all, here's this Tooralooral tadpole of a Mayor shovin 'his nose into the business and arrestin' our Puddin 'without rhyme or reason.”
“Hands, and meekly wailing, "What, a weddin ', and narrer a bit o' puddin '-- narrer a bit, a bit o' puddin '!”
“We ate "puddin '- n - biscuits" when I was little growing up in Florida, but my mom used "boxed cook puddin '".”
“This satisfied Andrew, who withdrew to usher in the "puddin'-faced, red-headed bloke," who sat in the doctor's chair, and made a few ordinary remarks about the weather and some equally kind about my state of health.”
“Stop pullin 'puddin' -- pull fuckin 'bells!' cho: Ring the bell, verger, ring the bell, ring.”
“Here we've had all the worry and trouble of fightin 'puddin'-thieves night and day, and, on top of it all, here's this Tooralooral tadpole of a”
“homemade from up home was called puddin' that's prob the same as your ponhaus.”
“ANDERSON: Well, what kind of puddin ` do you like?”
“I ain't got no time to be bodderin 'wif book straps, when dey's pies an' puddin's an 'cakes t' bake.”
“No, you dunna get th 'puddin' stones i 'this pit -- s' not deep enough.”
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