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Da Declaration

Published by DARREL | Sunday, July 16, 2017 3:30 AM


100 words for July


My fahdah was born in China. Ah Goong came to Hawaii first, den he sent fo his wife, Ah Po, and numbah one son, my fahdah. I donno when my fahdah became one citizen. He was one appliance salesman. You like buy one icebox or one stove, he get um. If you ask him what da Declaration of Independence was, he going sell you one icebox or stove. He could tell you who was on da dollah bill. He knew dat. And da five, ten, and twenty. He knew dat. He tell, “Ho, Jackson must’ve been mo rich den Washington!”


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