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  • So then he ittied off to the kitchen to wash up the dishes, and I was left in these borrowed night platties and toofles, waiting to have done to me what was going to be done to me, because I had no plans for myself, O my brothers.

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  • I expected this morning that I would be ittying as usual to the sinny mesto in my pyjamas and toofles and over-gown.

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  • Then I put my nogas into very comfy wooly toofles, combed my luscious glory, and was ready for P.R. Deltoid.

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  • And I had to put my over-gown and toofles on and walk down the corridor to the like sinny mesto.

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  • Anyway, I went up and had this hot bath, and he brought in pyjamas and an over-gown for me to put on, all warmed by the fire, also a very worn pair of toofles.

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  • * sharp - female toofles - slippers sharries - buttocks tree - three shest - barrier vareet - to 'cook up'

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  • And I was given a nice warm dressing-gown too and lovely toofles to put my bare nogas in, and I thought: "Well, Alex boy, little

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  • "Slippers" (Russian origin)in Nadsat (literary lingo from A Clockwork orange).

    January 7, 2009