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Peter Paul Rubens talks in school

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And the grunts he gave, they were such nice ones. He stood there saying "I have come to your school . What class are you going to put me in?" He said in plain grunts the very same words I did say the first day I came to school. The children all turned around in their seats. I'm sure they were glad he was come to school -- and him talking there in that dear way. But I guess our teacher doesn't have understanding of pig-talk . She just came at him in such a hurry with a stick of wood. And when I made interferes , she did send us both home in a quick way.
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