[Boulders and Burrs]
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Mr. Bunion: Well, sir, I don't suppose I ever had in all my life such a case of blues. I just feel like I don't care whether school keeps or not. If it wasn't for the cowardliness of the thing, I'd shuffle off this mortal coil, or toil or whatever it is. Oh I feel so bum!
Man: My dear sir, why so sad. Can I help you, sir.
Mr. Bunion: I'm afraid not. I hardly think there is anything you could do.
Man: Now maybe there is sir. Cheer up, old man, you must not give up. Have a little courage, sir! Can't I assist you? There might be something I can do.
Mr. Bunion: Theres only one thing I would ask of you but--
Man: Perhaps then I might be able to do just that one thing. Come confide in me, sir.
Mr. Bunion: Oh, you are so kind! If I thought you would really help me, I'd -
Man: Now hold on, just a minute! Ah you see I want to help you to help yourself or no we must carry --
Mr. Bunion: Here. Oh! Take this valise. Take it for a little while. Oh, please sir take it for a minute! Come on!
Man: No, that-ah-would not be right for you to ask me to carry your burden, but I offer a --
Mr. Bunion: A little sympathy eh? Thanks every little bit helps. I'm greatly obliged to you. You'll excuse my hysteric--
Man: That's alright. Cheer up! Good day!
Mr. Bunion: Oh, well. I did think for a minute he was going to help me! But now he was a good fellow, at that. but too wise for me.
Mr. Bunion: I'll just pike along if there was something I could ride on once in a while on this road it would be some relief. But there's nothing just plain boulders and burrs.