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  • October 14, 2008 at 8:00 am yesh az ai tole mai gud fren teh udder day: I use to lib on teh corner uv spullerton and faulding…we bof laffed so hardz I almost pee inna flannik ..wut u want? pea n pants no works for teh spoon stuff

    u watch dis krap?? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • How sweet is the brier, wi 'its saft faulding blossom,

    The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume II. The Songs of Scotland of the past half century

  • They rode into the outer courtyard, through the muckle faulding yetts, and aneath the auld portcullis; and the whole front of the house was lighted, and there were pipes and fiddles, and as much dancing and deray within as used to be in Sir Robert’s house at Pace and Yule, and such high seasons.

    Wandering Willie’s Tale

  • How sweet is the brier, wi’ its saft faulding blossom, 5

    Jessie, the Flower o' Dunblane

  • They rode into the outer courtyard, through the muckle faulding yetts, and aneath the auld portcullis; and the whole front of the house was lighted, and there were pipes and fiddles, and as much dancing and deray within as used to be at Sir Robert’s house at Pace and Yule, and such high seasons.

    Wandering Willie’s Tale

  • They rode into the outer courtyard, through the muckle faulding yetts, and aneath the auld portcullis; and the whole front of the house was lighted, and there were pipes and fiddles, and as much dancing and deray within as used to be at Sir Robert's house at

    Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)

  • They rode into the outer courtyard, through the muckle faulding yetts and aneath the auld portcullis; and the whole front of the house was lighted, and there were pipes and fiddles, and as much dancing and deray within as used to be at Sir Robert's house at

    Redgauntlet

  • They rode into the outer courtyard, through the muckle faulding yetts and aneath the auld portcullis; and the whole front of the house was lighted, and there were pipes and fiddles, and as much dancing and deray within as used to be at Sir Robert’s house at Pace and

    Redgauntlet

  • "'Buttons and button-holes! and' deed I am surely right, Duncan, 'answered the Lovetenant Todrick, taking his specs deliberately off the brig o' his nose, and faulding them thegither, as he put them first into his shagreen case, and syne into his pocket -- 'Howsomever, Duncan

    The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith

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