Spike Gets Tricked and Other Stories is a My Little Pony/Thomas parody of the Thomas and Friends US video, Thomas Gets Tricked and Other Stories. It features seven first season episodes from Spike the Dragon and Friends narrated by Ringo Starr.


  • Spike as Thomas
  • Shining Armor as Edward
  • Filthy Rich as Henry
  • Big Macintosh as Gordon
  • Cranky Doodle Donkey as James
  • Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
  • The Buffaloes as The Coaches
  • The Changelings as The Troublesome Trucks
  • Apple Bloom as Annie (does not speak)
  • Sweetie Belle as Clarabel (does not speak)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


  1. Spike Gets Tricked
  2. Shining Armor Helps Out
  3. Come Out, Filthy Rich!
  4. Filthy Rich to the Rescue
  5. A Big Day for Spike
  6. Trouble for Spike
  7. Spike Saves the Day (S1)


Spike Gets Tricked

Narrator: "Spike is a dragon who lives in a library in Ponyville. He's a cheeky little dragon, with two small feet, a short, stumpy tail, two short arms, and some green scales.

He's a fussy little dragon, too. Always bringing buffaloes about, ready for the bigger animals to take on long journeys.

And when animals come in, he brings the buffaloes back home so that the animals can go and rest.

Spike thinks no animal works as hard as he does. He loves playing tricks on them, including Big Macintosh, the biggest and proudest horse of all. Spike likes to tease Big Mac with his whistle."

Spike: "Wake up, lazy bones! Why don't you work hard, like me?"

Narrator: "One day, after taking the buffaloes on a journey, Big Mac arrived back at the siding, very tired. He was just going to sleep when Spike came up in his cheeky way.

Spike: "Wake up, lazy bones, do some hard work for a change!" You can't catch me!"

Narrator: "And off he ran, laughing.

Instead of going to sleep again, Big Mac thought how he could get back at Spike.

One morning, Spike wouldn't wake up. His driver and fireman couldn't make him start. His stamina was low and there was not enough strength. It was nearly time for the express. People were waiting, but the buffaloes weren't ready.

At last, Spike started."

Spike: "Oh, dear, oh, dear!"

Narrator: "He yawned.

He fussed into the station, where Big Mac was waiting."

Big Macintosh: "Hurry up, you."

Narrator: "Said Big Macintosh."

Spike: "Hurry yourself!"

Narrator: "Replied Spike.

Big Mac, the proud horse, began making his plan to teach Spike a lesson for teasing him. Almost before the buffaloes stopped moving, Big Mac reversed quickly and held the first one's hoof."

Big Macintosh: "Get in quickly, please."

Narrator: "He whistled.

Spike usually pushed behind the buffaloes to help them start, but they always let go of him first. This time, Big Mac started so quickly, they forgot to let go of Spike. Big Mac's chance had come."

Big Macintosh: "Come on, come on,"

Narrator: "Puffed Big Mac to the buffaloes.

The line went faster and faster. Too fast for Spike. He wanted to stop, but he couldn't!"

Spike: "Peep, peep! Stop, stop!"

Big Macintosh: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "Laughed Big Mac."

Buffaloes: "You can't get away, you can't get away!"

Narrator: "Laughed the buffaloes.

Poor Spike was going faster than he had ever gone before. He was out of breath, and his feet hurt him, but he had to go on."

Spike: "I shall never be the same again."

Narrator: "He thought sadly."

Spike: "My feet will be quite worn out."

Narrator: "At last, they stopped at a station.

Spike let go, and he felt very silly and exhausted.

Next, he sat on a turntable, thinking of everyone laughing at him.

And then he ran onto a path, out of the way."

Big Macintosh: "Well, little Spike,"

Narrator: "Chuckled Big Macintosh."

Big Macintosh: "Now you know what hard work means, don't you?"

Narrator: "Poor Spike couldn't answer. He had no breath. He just puffed slowly away to rest, and had a long, long drink."

Spike: "Maybe I don't have to tease Big Mac to feel important."

Narrator: "Spike huffed to himself, and he puffed slowly home."

Shining Armor Helps Out

Narrator: "One day, Shining Armor was in the library where he lived with the other animals. They were all bigger than Shining Armor and boasted about it."

Big Macintosh: "The driver won't choose you again."

Narrator: "Said Big Macintosh."

Big Macintosh: "He wants strong animals like us."

Narrator: "But the driver and fireman felt sorry for Shining Armor."

Driver and Fireman: "Would you like to come out today?"

Shining Armor: "Oh, yes, please!"

Narrator: "Said Shining Armor. So he had his breakfast, gained lots of stamina, and Shining Armor puffed away.

The other animals were very cross at being left behind.

Shining Armor worked hard all day. The buffaloes thought he was very kind and the driver was very pleased."

Shining Armor: "I'm going out again tomorrow."

Narrator: "Shining Armor told the other animals that night."

Shining Armor: "What do you think about that?"

Narrator: "But he didn't hear what they thought, for he was so tired and happy, that he fell asleep at once.

Next morning, Shining Armor woke up to find nothing had changed. Big Mac was still boasting."

Big Macintosh: "You watch me, little Shining Armor, as I rush through with the express. That will be a splendid sight for you.

Good-bye, little Shining Armor. Look out for me this afternoon."

Narrator: "Shining Armor went off to do some arranging.

He liked arranging. It was fun playing with changelings. He would come up quietly and give them a push. Then he would stop and the changelings would go bump into each other."

Changelings: "Oh!"

Narrator: "They cried."

Changelings: "Whatever is happening?"

Narrator: "Shining Armor played until there were no more changelings. Then he stopped to rest.

Presently, he heard some grumbling.

Big Mac was very cross. Instead of nice, shining buffaloes, he was taking some changelings."

Big Macintosh: "Changelings, Changelings, Changelings!"

Narrator: "He grumbled."

Big Macintosh: "The shame of it, the shame of it, oh, the shame of it!"

Narrator: "Shining Armor laughed, and went to find some more changelings.

Then there was trouble."

Porter: "Big Mac can't get up the hill."

Narrator: "The porter called to Shining Armor's driver."

Porter: "Will you take Shining Armor and push him, please?"

Narrator: "They found Big Mac halfway up, and very cross. His driver and fireman were talking to him severely."

Big Macintosh's Driver and Fireman: "You're not trying!"

Big Macintosh: "I can't do it!"

Narrator: "Said Big Mac."

Big Macintosh: "The noisy changelings hold a horse back so."

Narrator: "Shining Armor's driver came up."

Shining Armor's Driver: "We've come to push."

Big Macintosh: "No use at all!"

Narrator: "Said Big Mac."

Shining Armor's Driver: "You wait and see."

Narrator: "Replied Shining Armor's driver.

They brought the changelings back to the bottom of the hill."

Shining Armor: "I'm ready!"

Narrator: "Said Shining Armor."

Big Macintosh: "No good."

Narrator: "Grumbled Big Macintosh. They pulled and pushed as hard as they could.

Big Macintosh: "I can't do it! I can't do it! I can't do it!"

Narrator: "Puffed Big Mac."

Shining Armor: "I will do it, I will do it, I will do it!"

Narrator: "Puffed Shining Armor. Shining Armor pushed and puffed, and puffed and pushed as hard as ever he could. And almost before he realized it, Big Mac found himself at the top of the hill."

Big Macintosh: "I've done it, I've done it, I've done it!"

Narrator: "He said proudly. He forgot all about kind Shining Armor and didn't say 'Thank you'.

Shining Armor was left out of breath and far behind, but he was happy because he had been so helpful. At the next station, he found that the driver and fireman were very pleased with him. The fireman gave him a nice long drink, and the driver said,"

Driver: "I'll get out my fur tomorrow, and give you a beautiful shade of white. Then you'll be the smartest unicorn in Ponyville."

Come Out, Filthy Rich!

Narrator: "Once a pony taking some buffaloes was afraid of a few drops of rain. It went into a tunnel and squeaked through its head and wouldn't come out again.

The pony's name is Filthy Rich. His driver and fireman argued with him, but he would not move."

Filthy Rich: "The rain will spoil my lovely light brown fur and cutie mark."

Narrator: "He said. The conductor blew his whistle till he had no more breath and waved his flag till his arms ached. But Filthy Rich still stayed in the tunnel and kicked dirt at him."

Filthy Rich: "I'm not going to spoil my lovely light brown fur and cutie mark for you."

Narrator: "Then, along came Hoity Toity, the pony in charged of all the animals in Ponyville."

Hoity Toity: "We will pull you out."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity. But Filthy Rich only kicked dirt at him."

Narrator: "Everyone pull except Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "Because," (Cough)

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "My doctor had forbidden me to pull."

Narrator: "But still Filthy Rich stayed in the tunnel.

Then they tried pushing from the other end. Hoity Toity said,"

Hoity Toity: "One, two, three, push!"

Narrator: "But he didn't help."

Hoity Toity: (Cough) "My doctor has forbidden me to push."

Narrator: "He said. They pushed and pushed and pushed. But still Filthy Rich stayed in the tunnel.

At last, Spike came along. The conductor waved his red flag and stopped him. Everyone argued with Filthy Rich."

Passengers: "Look, it has stopped raining."

Narrator: "They said."

Filthy Rich: "Yes, but it will begin again soon."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "And what would become of my light brown fur and cutie mark then?"

Narrator: "Spike pushed and puffed, and pushed as hard as ever he could. But still Filthy Rich stayed in the tunnel.

Eventually, even Hoity Toity gave up."

Hoity Toity: "We shall take away your road."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "And leave you here until you're ready to come out of the tunnel."

Narrator: "They took up the old road and built a wall in front of Filthy Rich so that other animals wouldn't bump into him.

All Filthy Rich could do was to watch the animals rushing through the other tunnel. He was very sad because he thought no one would ever see his lovely light brown fur and cutie mark again. As time went on, Shining Armor and Big Macintosh would often pass by. Shining Armor would say,"

Shining Armor: "Hello."

Narrator: "And Big Mac would say,"

Big Macintosh: "Serves you right!"

Narrator: "Poor Filthy Rich had no strength to answer. His stamina had gone low. Soot and dirt from the tunnel spoiled his lovely light brown fur and cutie mark anyway. How long do you think Filthy Rich will stay in the tunnel before he overcomes his fear of the rain and then decides to journey out again?"

Filthy Rich to the Rescue

Narrator: "Big Macintosh always took the express buffaloes. He was proud of being the only animal strong enough to do so. It was full of important people, like Hoity Toity, and Big Mac was seeing how fast he could go."

Big Macintosh: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He said."

Buffaloes: "Trickety-trock, trickety-trock, trickety-trock."

Narrator: "Said the buffaloes. In a minute, Big Mac would see the tunnel where Filthy Rich stood bricked up and lonely."

Filthy Rich: "Oh dear."

Narrator: "Thought Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Why did I worry about rain spoiling my lovely fur? I'd like to come out of the tunnel."

Narrator: "But Filthy Rich didn't know how to ask."

Big Macintosh: "I'm going to whistle at Filthy Rich."

Narrator: "Said Big Mac. He was almost there when - Wheeeeeeesh! - and there was proud Big Mac going slower and slower in a cloud of dust. His driver stopped him."

Big Macintosh: "What has happened to me?"

Narrator: "Asked Big Mac."

Big Macintosh: "I feel so weak."

Big Macintosh's Driver: "You've pull a muscle."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Big Macintosh's Driver: "You can't take the buffaloes anymore."

Big Macintosh: "Oh dear."

Narrator: "Said Big Mac."

Big Macintosh: "We were going so nicely too. And look, there's Filthy Rich laughing at me."

Narrator: "Everyone came to see Big Mac."

Hoity Toity: "Humph!"

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "These big animals are always causing me trouble. Send for another animal at once."

Narrator: "While the conductor went to find one, they brought Big Mac in a siding out of the way.

Shining Armor was the only animal left."

Shining Armor: "I'll come and try."

Narrator: "He said."

Big Macintosh: "Pooh!"

Narrator: "Said Big Mac."

Big Mac: "That's no use. Shining Armor can't push the buffaloes."

Narrator: "Kind Shining Armor puffed and pushed and pushed and puffed, but he couldn't move the heavy buffaloes."

Big Macintosh: "I told you so."

Narrator: "Said Big Macintosh."

Big Macintosh: "Why not let Filthy Rich try?"

Hoity Toity: "Yes."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "I will.

Will you help take the buffaloes, Filthy Rich?"

Narrator: "He asked."

Filthy Rich: "Oh yes."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich.

When Filthy Rich had got up strength, he puffed out. He was dirty and covered with cobwebs."

Filthy Rich: "Ooh! I'm stiff, I'm stiff."

Narrator: "He groaned."

Hoity Toity: "Have a run to ease your hooves, and find a turntable."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity.

When Filthy Rich came back, he felt much better. Then they hooked him up."

Shining Armor: "Peep, peep."

Narrator: "Said Shining Armor."

Shining Armor: "I'm ready."

Filthy Rich: "Peep, peep, peep."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "So am I."

Shining Armor and Filthy Rich: "Pull hard. We'll do it. Pull hard. We'll do it."

Narrator: "They puffed together."

Shining Armor and Filthy Rich: "We've done it together. We've done it together."

Narrator: "Said Shining Armor and Filthy Rich."

Buffaloes: "You've done it, hurray! You've done it, hurray!"

Narrator: "Sang the buffaloes. Everyone was excited. Hoity Toity leaned out to wave at Shining Armor and Filthy Rich, but they were going so fast that his hair blew off into a field where a goat ate it for tea.

They never stopped till they came to the station at the end of the road. The passengers all said "Thank you". And Hoity Toity promised Filthy Rich a new coat.

One their way home, Shining Armor and Filthy Rich helped Big Macintosh back to the library. All three stallions are now great friends. Filthy Rich doesn't mind the rain now. He knows that the best way to keep his fur nice is not to run into tunnels but to ask his driver to wash him when the day's work is over."

A Big Day for Spike

Narrator: "Spike the Dragon was grumbling to the other animals."

Spike: "I spend my time pulling buffaloes about, ready for you to take out on journeys."

Narrator: "The other animals laughed."

Spike: "Why can't I take passengers, too?"

Big Macintosh: "You're too impatient."

Narrator: "They said."

Big Macintosh: "You'd be sure to leave something behind."

Spike: "Rubbish!"

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "I'll show you."

Narrator: "One night, he and Filthy Rich were alone. Filthy Rich was ill. The men worked hard, but he didn't get better.

He felt just as bad next morning. Filthy Rich usually took the first passengers, and Spike had to get his buffaloes ready."

Spike: "If Filthy Rich is ill,"

Narrator: "He thought."

Spike: Perhaps I shall take his buffaloes."

Narrator: "Spike ran to find the buffaloes."

Spike: "Come along, come along!"

Narrator: "He fussed."

Buffaloes: "There's plenty of time, there's plenty of time."

Narrator: "They grumbled.

Spike took them to the platform, and wanted to run around in front at once.

But his driver wouldn't let him."

Spike's Driver: "Don't be impatient, Spike!"

Narrator: "Spike waited and waited.

People got on board, the conductor and stationmaster walked up and down, the porter secured the buffaloes, and still, Filthy Rich didn't come. Spike got more and more excited.

Hoity Toity came to see what was the matter, and the conductor and the stationmaster told him about Filthy Rich."

Hoity Toity: "Find another animal."

Narrator: "He ordered."

Conductor and Stationmaster: "There's only Spike."

Narrator: "They said."

Hoity Toity: "You'll have to do it then, Spike. Be quick now."

Narrator: "So Spike ran round to the front and back down on the buffaloes ready to start."

Spike's Driver: "Let's not be impatient, Spike."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Spike's Driver: "We'll wait till' everything is ready."

Narrator: "But Spike was too excited to listen.

What happened then, nobody knows. Perhaps the first buffalo forgot to grab Spike, or perhaps Spike was given the signal by mistake. Anyhow, Spike started without his buffaloes. As they passed the first signal tower, men waved and shouted, but he didn't stop."

Spike: "They're waving because I'm such a splendid dragon.

Narrator: "He thought importantly."

Spike: "Filthy Rich says it's hard to pull buffaloes, but I think it's easy.

Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He puffed, pretending to be like Big Mac."

Spike: "People have never seen me taking passengers before. It's nice of them to wave."

Narrator: "And he whistled."

Spike: "Thank you."

Narrator: "Then he came to a signal at 'Danger'."

Spike: "Bother!"

Narrator: "He said."

Spike: "I must stop, and I was going so nicely, too! What a nuisance signals are."

Narrator: "He blew an angry whistle.

The signalman ran up."

Signalman: "Hello, Spike."

Narrator: "He said."

Signalman: "What are you doing here?"

Spike: "I'm pulling buffaloes."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "Can't you see?"

Signalman: "Where are your buffaloes, then?"

Narrator: "Spike looked back."

Spike: "Why, bless me!"

Narrator: "He said."

Spike: "If we haven't left them behind!"

Signalman: "Yes."

Narrator: "Said the signalman."

Signalman: "You'd better go back quickly and fetch them."

Narrator: "Poor Spike was so sad, he nearly cried.

Spike's Driver: "Cheer up."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Spike's Driver: "Let's go back quickly and try again."

Narrator: "At the station, all the passengers were talking at once. They were telling Hoity Toity what a bad place Ponyville was. But when Spike came back, they saw how sad he was, and couldn't be cross.

He held on to the buffaloes, and this time he really pulled them.

Afterwards, the other animals laughed at Spike and said,"

Filthy Rich and Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Look, there's Spike, who wanted to take some passengers, but forgot about the buffaloes!"

Narrator: "But Spike had already learned not to make the same mistake again."

Trouble for Spike

Narrator: "Spike the Dragon wouldn't stop being a nuisance. Night after night, he kept the other animals awake."

Spike: "I'm tired of pushing buffaloes. I want to see the world."

Narrator: "The other animals didn't take much notice, for Spike was a little dragon with a long tongue.

But one night, Shining Armor came to the library. He was a kind unicorn and felt sorry for Spike."

Shining Armor: "I've got some changelings to take home tomorrow. If you take them instead of me, I'll push buffaloes in Ponyville."

Spike: "Thank you."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "That will be nice."

Narrator: "Next morning, Shining Armor and Spike asked their drivers, and when they said "Yes", Spike ran off happily to find changelings.

Now, the changelings are silly and noisy. They talk a lot and don't attend to what they are doing. And I'm sorry to say, they play tricks on an animal who is not used to them. Shining Armor know all about changelings. He warned Spike to be careful, but Spike was too excited to listen.

The shunter fastened the arms, and when the light changed, Spike was ready. The conductor blew his whistle."

Spike: "Peep! Peep!"

Narrator: "Answered Spike, and started off. But the changelings weren't ready."

Changelings: "Oh, oh, oh!"

Narrator: "They screamed."

Changelings: "Wait, Spike, wait."

Narrator: "But Spike wouldn't wait."

Spike: "Come on, come on."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Changelings: "All right, all right, don't fuss, all right, don't fuss."

Narrator: "Grumbled the changelings.

Spike began going faster and faster."

Spike: "Wheeeee!"

Narrator: "He whistled as he rushed through Filthy Rich's tunnel."

Spike: "Hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "Called Spike. He was feeling very proud of himself. But the changelings grew crosser and crosser. At last Spike slowed down as he came to Big Macintosh's hill."

Spike's Driver: "Steady now, steady."

Narrator: "Warned the driver as they reached the top. He began to put on the brakes."

Spike: "We're stopping, we're stopping."

Narrator: "Called Spike."

Changelings: "No, no, no!"

Narrator: "Answered the changelings, bumping into each other."

Changelings: "Go on, go on!"

Narrator: "Before the driver could stop them, they had pushed Spike down the hill and were rattling and laughing behind him.

Poor Spike tried hard to stop them from making him go too fast."

Spike: "Stop pushing, stop pushing!"

Narrator: "He hissed. But the changelings took no notice."

Changelings: "Go on, go on!"

Narrator: "They giggled in their silly way."

Spike: "There's the station. Oh dear, what shall I do?"

Narrator: "He cried. They rattled straight through and swerved into the goods yard. Spike shut his eyes."

Spike: "I must stop!"

Narrator: "When he opened his eyes, he saw he had stopped just in front of the buffers. There watching him was Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "What are you doing here, Spike?"

Narrator: "He asked."

Spike: "I've brought Shining Armor's changelings."

Narrator: "Spike answered."

Hoity Toity: "Why did you come so fast?"

Spike: "I didn't mean to. I was pushed."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Hoity Toity: "You've got a lot to learn about changelings, Spike. After pushing them about here for a few weeks, you'll know almost as much about them as Shining Armor. Then you'll be a Really Useful Dragon."

Spike Saves the Day

Narrator: "Every day, Hoity Toity came to the station to see the animals."

Hoity Toity: "Hello."

Narrator: "He always said to Spike."

Hoity Toity: "Don't let the silly changelings tease you. Remember, you have an important job as a special helper in the yard."

Narrator: "There were lots of changelings, and Spike worked very hard pushing and pulling them into place. There was also a small trailer and two strange things his driver called cranes."

Spike's Driver: "That's the breakdown crane."

Narrator: "He told Spike."

Spike's Driver: "The cranes are for lifting heavy things, like animals and changelings."

Narrator: "One day, Spike was in the yard. Suddenly, he heard a donkey screaming."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Help! Help!"

Narrator: "A donkey came rushing through, much too fast. The donkey was Cranky Doodle Donkey, and he was frightened. His feet were on fire."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "They're pushing me, they're pushing me!"

Narrator: "He panted."

Changelings: "On, on, on!"

Narrator: "Laughed the changelings.

Still screaming,"

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Help! Help!"

Narrator: "Poor Cranky disappeared."

Spike: "I'd like to teach those changelings a lesson."

Narrator: "Said Spike the Dragon.

Soon came the alarm."

Signalman: "Cranky's off the line, the breakdown crane, quickly!"

Narrator: "Spike grabbed the crane, and off they went.

Spike worked his hardest."

Spike: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He puffed. He wasn't pretending to be like Big Macintosh; he really meant it."

Spike: "Bother those changelings and their tricks. I hope poor Cranky isn't hurt."

Narrator: "Cranky's driver and fireman were feeling him all over, to see if he was hurt."

Cranky Doodle Donkey's Driver and Fireman: "Never mind, Cranky."

Narrator: "They said."

Cranky Doodle Donkey's Driver and Fireman: "It was those silly changelings and your old wooden feet that cause the accident."

Narrator: "Spike pushed the breakdown crane alongside. Then he pulled away the unhurt changelings."

Changelings: "Oh, dear, oh, dear!"

Narrator: "They groaned."

Spike: "Serves you right, serves you right!"

Narrator: "Puffed Spike.

He was hard at work, puffing backwards and forwards all day."

Spike: "This will teach you a lesson. This will teach you a lesson."

Narrator: "He told the changelings.

And they answered,"

Changelings: "Yes it will, yes it will."

Narrator: "They left the broken changelings, then with two cranes, they put Cranky back on the line.

He tried to move, but he couldn't, so Spike helped him back home.

Hoity Toity was waiting anxiously for them."

Hoity Toity: "Well, Spike,"

Narrator: "He said,"

Hoity Toity: "I've heard all about it, and I'm very pleased with you. You're a really useful dragon.

Cranky shall have some proper feet and some new fur, and you shall have a route all to yourself."

Spike: "Oh, thank you, sir!"

Narrator: "Said Spike.

Now Spike is as happy as can be. He has a route, and two fillies called Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle. He puffs proudly backwards and forwards with them all day.

He is never lonely. Shining Armor and Filthy Rich stop quite often and tell him the news.

Big Mac is always in a hurry, but never forgets to whistle to Spike, and Spike always whistles in return."

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