Mr. See and Mr. Sore were old friends. See owned a saw and Sore owned a seesaw. Now See's saw sawed Sore's seesaw before Sore saw See, which made Sore sore with See. Had Sore seen See's saw before See's saw sawed Sore's seesaw, then See's saw would not have sawed Sore's seesaw . But See saw Sore and Sore's seesaw before Sore saw See's saw; so you see how See's saw could saw Sore's seesaw. It was a shame to see Sore so sore with See, just because See's saw sawed Sore's seesaw.

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