Vanessa Labrie

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Vanessa Labrie

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description Character voices, Received Pronunciation, Canadian, French, French Canadian, audiobooks.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
the Hatter opened his eyes very wide on hearing this. Do you mean that you think you can find out the answer to it? Said the March Hare. Exactly so said Alice. But you should say what you mean. The March hare went on. I do, Alice hastily replied. At least at least I mean what I say. And that's the same thing you know, nor the same thing. Orbit, said the Hatter. You might just as well say that I see what I eat is the same thing is I eat what I see. You might just do else I added the dormouse who seemed to be talking in his sleep. That I breathe when I sleep. It's the same thing. I sleep what I pray It is the same thing with you, said the Hatter. And here the conversation dropped and the parties that silent for a minute. Is anyone going to the parish variety night next week. What's on the program members that humbly will give a poetry reading, Mr Crudity will demonstrate, is just dancing, Madam, Glad use. Little boy is going to sing. Oh, that kid. Ever since he sang o Canada on TV as the mother has been acting like she gave birth to the baby, Jesus. Gilbert Blythe tried to intercept her at the porch door. I'm awfully sorry, made fun of your hair and he said, Honest, I am. Don't be mad for keeps now and swept by disdainfully without look or a sign of hearing. Oh, how could you an breathe Diana, I shall never forgive Gilbert by said and firmly. And Mr Phillips spelled my name without an E to the iron has entered into my soul. Diana Diana hadn't the least idea what an meant, but she understood it was something terrible. You mustn't mind Gilbert making fun of your hair, she said soothingly. Why he makes fun of all the girls. He laughs at mine because it's so black. He's called me a crow a dozen times, and I never heard him apologize for anything before, either. There's a great deal of difference between being called a crow and being called Carrots said, and with dignity. Gilbert Blythe has hurt my feelings excruciatingly. Diana