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I have heard tell that hounds are wont to bark,
Whilst toms and pussies meow upon the street.
Mice do squeak whilst scury’ing through the park,
As birds that fly above make frequent “tweet.”

The bovines who graze daftly in the grass
Might often make a sound comes close to “moo”
Nor can one forget the braying ass,
But there’s one sound known only to a few.

What, prithee tell, sayeth that most wild and wily of creatures, the fox?

RING-DING-DING-DING-DINGERRINGEDING! GERING-DING-DING-DING-DINGERRINGEDING! GERING-DING-DING-DING-DINGERRINGEDING!

What, prithee tell, sayeth that most wild and wily of creatures, the fox?

WA-PA-PA-PA-PA-PA-POW!
WA-PA-PA-PA-PA-PA-POW!
WA-PA-PA-PA-PA-PA-POW!

HATEE-HATEE-HATEE-HO!
HATEE-HATEE-HATEE-HO!
HATEE-HATEE-HATEE-HO!

What, prithee tell, sayeth that most wild and wily of creatures, the fox?

Lady Capulet, Romeo and Juliet (via allamericanvirgins)