Marse Tom, you are just putting on; you know it perfectly well; I don't
know what makes you act like that - but you always did, even when you was little, and you can't get over it, I reckon.
sighed Rose, "I don't
see what I can do about it, but I wish the boys would make up, for Prince can't come to any harm with Archie, he's so good and sensible.
but I don't
guess Miss Polly'd be usin' that word, all the same.
By George, THEY don't
chaw--they hain't got anything to chaw WITH.
If you don't
come I'll tell Marilla that Frank Bell kissed you in school last Monday.
I almost love them better than I do dancing, only I don't
know anything about them.
Well," I says, "it's a rough gang, them two frauds, and I'm fixed so I got to travel with them a while longer, whether I want to or not -- I druther not tell you why; and if you was to blow on them this town would get me out of their claws, and I'd be all right; but there'd be another person that you don't
know about who'd be in big trouble.
spoil it by saying extravagant silly things to me.
Here puss showed an amiable desire to forgive and forget, and Polly took her up, saying aloud: "Puttel, when missis abuses you, play it 's dyspepsia, and don't
bear malice, because it 's a very trying disease, my dear.
say that it is about Miss Reade or that it isn't.
You can't dance without them, and if you don't
I should be so mortified.
laugh at what I say, please, Lef Nicolaievitch, because it may very well be the case.