"Who are you writing to, Linus?" asked Charlie Brown.
It be's the time of year to writes to the Great Pumpkin. On Halloween nights, the Great Pumpkin rises outs of his pun'kin patch and flies through the airs wif his bag of toys for alls the kids.
You must be crazy. When are you going to stop believing in something that isn't true?
"When yous stop believin' in that fellow wif the reds suits and whites beard who goes, 'HO! HO! HO!'" retorted Linus.
"We are obviously separated by denominational differences," sighed Charlie Brown.
Not again! Writing a letter to a stupid pumpkin! You make me the laughingstock of the neighborhood! All they talk about is my little brother who always writes to the Great Pumpkin. You better cut it out right now or I'll butt you!
There be's three things me's learned nevers to 'scuss wif peoples: religion, politics and the Great Pumpkin.
You're wasting your time. The Great Pumpkin is a fake!
What are you doing, Linus?
Me's rather nots say. You's mights laughs.
Oh, I'd never laugh at you, Linus. You're so intelligent.
Me's writin' to the Great Pumpkin.
You always say the cutest things.
Ons Halloween nights, the 'Great Pumpkin' rises outs of the pun'kin patch, then flies throughs the air to brings toys to all the gooderest little kids everywheres! Wouldn't you's like to sist wif me in the pun'kin patch on halloweens night and waits for the Great Pumpkin?
"Oh, I'd love to, Linus," said Sally.
What's going on here? What are you trying to do to my little sister? Let's go, Sally.
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