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There once was a boy named Alonso Dundee
Who liked making faces as weird as could be:
His mother said, "Son, you must stop it now please,
Please stop making faces, one day it might freeze!"
But Al never learned any manners or grace
And stuck out his tongue and distorted his face;
But fun ended there and he cried many tears
Because his face froze for the next thirty years.

--William Shakespeery




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