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  • Wuz nawt hear during da oringinal but giggle read it awn teh Cryer an LMAO, eben towd hubbikat bout it an hyme laffed, an laffed w/owt ebben reading it.

    I can see no way in which this - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • As she walked back to her cell she dried herself on the rough towd.

    two women

  • Does ta mind how tha towd me as he made light o 'me when th' lads an 'lasses plagued him, an' threeped 'em down as he didna mean to marry no such like lass as me -- him as wor ready to dee fur me?

    One Day at Arle

  • Does ta mind how tha comn an 'towd me Dan Morgan had gone to th' fair at Lake wi 'that lass o' Barnegats?

    One Day at Arle

  • She blotted the shimnaery droplets dry with the fluffy towd, then rubbed her hair with it.

    Adam's Fall

  • Lilah emerged from the pool and reached for a towd.

    Adam's Fall

  • "Any of that mail interesting?" she asked as rubbed her wet hair with a corner of the towd.

    Adam's Fall

  • 'Aw towd him, faither, that yo' know'd yo 'were wed, and yo'd nobbud been agate seventeen year.'

    Lancashire Idylls (1898)

  • I towd Joseph yesterneet that his turn 'ud soon come to dig my grave wi' th 'rest; and he said, "When thy turn comes, lass, I'll do by thee as thou'd be done by."'

    Lancashire Idylls (1898)

  • Mr. Penrose towd 'em at Rehoboth t'other Sunday, it were luv 'as saved th' world, and not wrath; and they say they are baan to bring him up at th 'deacons' meeting abaat it.

    Lancashire Idylls (1898)


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