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When you say, “I’ll get a ride with Pat and Charlie” or “I’m going to go with Pat and Charlie,” you’re talking about walking somewhere. Other colloquial ways to describe traveling on foot include getting there by shank’s leg, shank’s mare, chevrolegs, going with Tom and Jerry, or saying “I’ll use my pegs” or “I’ll use my ponies.” This is part of a complete episode.

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