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- Lol, OK, maybe it is horse after all. The quotes I'm finding make far much more sense (but are rather less funny - especiallt the last) --Felonia 14:40, 8 October 2010 (UTC)
- Carver fell off his harse and broke his fool neck
- I must get the truth , the whole truth and nothing but the truth right from the harse's mouth
- They wouldn't pay for the harse's feed. I work for the Duchy, I do, which is almost the same
- But, faith, we put her on the harse, and I held ha on before me
- Hereupon some passenger that knew me, and observing my harse bleeding in so many places, and so many men assaulting me, and my sword broken, cried to me several times, "Ride away, ride away;'
- Apparent joke added by a now-blocked Wonderfool, so I've just deleted it. Equinox ◑ 09:30, 27 October 2010 (UTC)