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twinkle twinkle patrick star i made myself a sandwich my mommy named it Fred it

tastes like beans and bacon and it smells like it's been dead (drum roll) Writing

stuff is hard so i use a pointy pencil pointy, pointy, pointy pointy,pointy point

PU what's that horrible smell? I have a ends in a point.pointy, pointy

pointy,pointy pointy point. This song is over except for this line. You win this

round Broccoli!

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