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  • I ain't goin 't'the bother o' luggin 'vittles from the kitchen to watch you let 'em go cold.

    Excerpt: Lord Brocktree by Brian Jacques

  • 'I'd been stitched up by this journo, see, the one who done all that crap about me winning Pop Hero' cos I give a couple o 'hand jobs t'the judge, which I in't denying but that's not why I won, right.

    High Society

  • 'What I did was dead stupid and I reckon the police handled the whole thing brilliantly,' cos kids could 'a been hurt, so big up t'the Met.

    High Society

  • 'There I was, fookin' blunderin 'about the place, wallowin' in self-pity, hatin 'everythin', trustin 'nobody, comin' t'the depressin 'conclusion that absolutely nothin' in my fooked-up world is real, including myself, an 'suddenly I meet a bird who's so real it en't funny.

    High Society

  • And havin 'run for a while Ah literally went up t'the first derelict-lookin' person Ah found an 'says where can I sell some crack?

    High Society

  • One I'd shipped with from New Amsterdam t'the Hesperides, heap o 'times; dropped back in at his home port, got kind of daffy overa doll and just lingered.

    The Gates of Noon

  • 'Volunteers to go beyond the District,' step two paces t'the front -- H'rch! '

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No 3, September 1864 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • We've come out t'the end of our trail, en 'next season I hope we'll see the same faces here.

    Tom Slade on Mystery Trail

  • Leave unsaluted: Sink, my knee, t'the earth; [_Kneels_.]

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded

  • India is slowly turning t'the world of its own problems.

    Alex Jones' Prison


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