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quaintsy-waintsy

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  • Then there appear two—not one, but two—Christopher Robins, each about eleven years of age, both forced, poor kids, to go quaintsy-waintsy in doings about knights and squires and beauteous maidens.

    —Dorothy Parker, review of Give Me Yesterday by her arch-nemesis A.A. Milne, in The New Yorker, 14 Mar. 1931

    November 13, 2008