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YANKEE--I say Britisher can you spell horse

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YANKEE--"I say, Britisher, can you spell horse?"

ENGLISHMAN--"'Orse? Why, certainly. It honly takes a haitch and a

ho and a har and a hess and a he to spell 'orse."

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