Y Rhestr Siopa Marcaroni


Y Rhestr Siopa

Heddiw mae Oli wedi mynd i siopa - ac mae ganddi bethau rhyfeddol ar ei rhestr. Oli's gone shopping - with an incredible list of wild and wonderful things.


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-Enter the clock tower and say hello.

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-We'll enjoy a song later.

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-Hello, Roli and Poli!

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-Hello, Do and Re!

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-Hello, Oli!

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-Hello to the best composer

-in the world - Marcaroni.

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-There's no time for hellos,

-hanging up your coat...

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-..and creatures in clocks.

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-Strange things are happening

-in the clock tower. Come with me.

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-Look.

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-Look.

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-Do and Re, the fairies?

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-Something's different.

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-What do you mean?

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-They aren't flying

-because they can't fly.

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-Creadur hasn't come out of the clock

-and there's no sign of Clorian.

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-How odd.

-Have you asked them what's wrong?

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-No. I just looked at them

-with this look on my face.

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-Hm, it'd be better

-if you asked what was wrong.

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-Good idea.

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-Good idea.

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-Do? Re?

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-Can't you fly?

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-No, Oli.

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-We can't move a muscle.

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-Our wings are full of dust.

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-If we shake them,

-the dust makes us sneeze.

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-Look.

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-Atchoo!

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-Atchoo!

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-Atchoo!

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-Oh, wait. All that dust

-is making me sneeze too.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

-

-I thought I was going to sneeze.

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-Creadur? Creadur?

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-Are you in there? Come on out.

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-You won't come out

-because your horns aren't shiny?

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-We'll have to do something

-about this.

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-Clorian? Where are you, Clorian?

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-Clorian?

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-Clorian!

-What are you doing in there?

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-You're rusting

-and you don't want to come out?

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-There's only one thing to do.

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-Turn off the lights so we can't see

-his dusty, rusty self?

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-Of course not. We need some polish.

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-Polish or wood wax,

-brass wax and wing wax.

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-Everything will be fine then.

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-But I don't have any of those.

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-Yes, we do, we have lots of polish.

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-No, I used them all to clean Lwlilw.

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-But don't worry, the shopping

-delivery man is coming today.

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-Any minute, as it happens.

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-Hello?

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-Uncle Roli!

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-I was expecting

-the shopping delivery man.

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-You're the shopping delivery man!

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-Yes,

-today I'm the shopping delivery man.

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-I love doing this kind of work.

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-I get to meet

-all kinds of people, like you, Oli.

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-That's good, Uncle Roli.

-Did you bring everything we need?

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-Yes, of course. Wood polish,

-brass polish, wing polish.

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-Ah-ha! Will the wing wax

-help us fly again?

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-It certainly will.

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-Will it help me fly?

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-Will it help me fly?

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-But you don't have dusty wings.

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-I don't have wings, that's why!

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-You won't be needing wing wax, then.

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-Right then.

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-I'm sure wing wax is the most

-unusual item on your shopping list.

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-Yes, it's quite odd but it's

-nowhere near the most unusual item!

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-Wake up, Lwlilw,

-and I'll tell you a story...

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-..that will make your nose twitch.

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-Let's hurry!

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-Thank you, Oli.

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-Thanks for the wing wax.

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-Sing it nice and loud now.

-One, two, three.

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Come and see us, Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw #

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-Hello, Lwlilw.

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-You're gleaming today.

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-That wing wax makes you

-look like a brand new Lwlilw.

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-Uncle Roli has a story, Lwli.

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-We love Uncle Roli's stories.

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-What's it about?

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-A man came to the shop yesterday...

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-..with the most incredible

-shopping list.

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-What was on his list?

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-The first thing

-he asked for was darkness.

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-When I asked him why...

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-..he said his house

-was too bright in the morning.

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-Did you hear that?

-Did you hear that?

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-He wanted to buy darkness,

-but that's not possible.

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-I'm sure that was

-the most unusual thing on the list.

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-No, the next thing he wanted

-was wind.

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-Wind? Why did he want wind?

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-That's exactly what I asked.

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-He said his house

-became too hot in summer.

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-I think wind is a good thing to buy.

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-We should buy some for here.

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-But you can't go to the shop

-and buy three boxes of wind.

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-What a pity.

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-"This was the oddest

-and wackiest shopping list

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-"That we ever did see."

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-Oh, super-duper, Oli.

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-# This was the oddest

-and wackiest shopping list

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-# That we ever did see #

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-And then he asked for a rainbow.

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-A rainbow

-would be a wonderful thing to buy.

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-But why did he need one?

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-His house

-needed some pretty colours.

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-There are plenty

-of pretty colours in a rainbow.

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-The most beautiful colours

-in all the world.

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-# This was the oddest

-and wackiest shopping list

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-# That we ever did see #

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-What next, Roli?

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-What next, Roli?

-

-The last thing on the last...

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-..was a wave from the sea.

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-When I asked him why, he said the

-bathwater was a little too still.

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-A wave would give it a bit of life.

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-# This was the oddest

-and wackiest shopping list

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-# That we ever did see #

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-In the end, I told him that

-he couldn't buy any of these things.

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-They were all around us

-and available for free.

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-They aren't things

-you can take home in a bag.

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-The man said goodbye...

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-..put his shoe on his head

-and his hat on his foot...

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-..and tried the shop next door!

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-That's the world's best

-shopping list.

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-There's a song on the way, Lwlilw.

-I need your best music.

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-I need your best rhymes, Oli.

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-Your best singing, Do and Re.

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-And Roli, the list, if you please.

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-Are you ready?

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-Are you ready?

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-Yes.

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-It's time for us to shrink in size

-and enter with a grin.

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-Come with us to the fairy kingdom

-where we can dance and sing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# "Hello, dear grocer," said the man

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-# "Do you have the items

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-# "That are on my list?"

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-# "Well, what's on your list?

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-# "Milk, honey and tea?"

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-# "Oh, no, not at all"

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-# This is what he said to me

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-# "Half a pound of darkness

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-# "A box or two of wind

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-# "Three our four rainbows

-worth three or four pounds

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-# "And one large wave

-from your finest sea"

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-# "That's precisely what I need,"

-said he

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-# This was the oddest

-and wackiest shopping list

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-# That I ever did see

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-# Half a pound of darkness

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-# A box or two of wind

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-# Three or four rainbows

-worth three or four pounds

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-# And one large wave

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-# From your finest sea

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-# "And that's precisely

-what I need," said he

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-# And one large wave

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-# From your finest sea

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-# "That's precisely

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-# "What I need," said he

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-# "That's precisely

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-# "What I need," said he #

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-Oh, you're better, Creadur!

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-That's a shame

-because I have to go now.

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-But I'll see you next time.

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-You too, Marcaroni. And you two.

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-Thanks for polishing our wings, Oli!

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-And thank you

-for your super-duper rhymes.

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-Bye-bye, dear Oli.

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-I'll be back soon.

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-# It's time to go but don't you sigh

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-# Goodbye

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-# Goodbye

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-# Ta-ta, take care,

-see you by and by

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-# Goodbye

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-# The time has come to wave farewell

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-# But we shall meet again

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-# But until then we must say

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-# Goodbye #

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Heddiw mae Oli wedi mynd i siopa - ac mae ganddi bethau rhyfeddol ar ei rhestr. Oli's gone shopping - with an incredible list of wild and wonderful things.


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