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1  And left me with a cab on my hands.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  I don't want no balmies teaching me.
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3  Eightpence ain't no object to me, Charlie.
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4  My character is the same to me as any lady's.
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5  Her that turned me out was my sixth stepmother.
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6  I was never in trouble with the police, not me.
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7  Excuse me, Higgins; but I really must interfere.
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8  Now tell me how you know that young gentleman's name.
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9  It's a lie: nobody ever saw the sign of liquor on me.
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10  But they won't take me unless I can talk more genteel.
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11  Come with me now and let's have a jaw over some supper.
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12  Well, if you was a gentleman, you might ask me to sit down, I think.
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13  They told me I was big enough to earn my own living and turned me out.
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14  They'll take away my character and drive me on the streets for speaking to gentlemen.
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15  I rather fancied myself because I can pronounce twenty-four distinct vowel sounds; but your hundred and thirty beat me.
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16  I find that the moment I let a woman make friends with me, she becomes jealous, exacting, suspicious, and a damned nuisance.
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17  Well, you wouldn't have the face to ask me the same for teaching me my own language as you would for French; so I won't give more than a shilling.
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