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 other.— «We got left, and my companions made me pay for the taxi ride back to the ship, which took all my deutsche marks. “Let’s hang around and have a few more fish,” one of the whales said to the others, and they got bus-left like I did.» —“Oh Come on Now, Dear Hearts, Let Whales Be Whales” by Lewis Grizzard Atlanta Journal-Constitution Oct. 28, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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