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It's a really lovely day here in Oxford, UK!
#!/usr/bin/perl #, by charlie foreach (@sunny, @march_day) { my $smile++ } foreach (@cherry, @blossom) { our $world = $lovlier } foreach (@spring, @daffodil) { local $park = `more beautiful` } until ($nimbostratus++ and $drizzle++) {sub merge { $us and $once_mo +re; return }} tell ($work,$you,$are,$ill); split /the/, $joint; seek $comfy,$place,$somewhere and $get . cos($y); chomp $spring_greens; pop @a_beer; write $perl or read $a, $good, $novel; study; $the_sky and $laze; $daydream or $ponder; {($let, $the, $good, times, $roll)} while ($the) { s/un/ shin/es };
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