You are here: Roving Mouse > Humor > mistranslation.com Vote for the funniest translations of each sentence The Rescue of the Tin Woodman The rescue of the Woodman tin The delivery of Woodman tin The release of the Woodman tin Tin Woodman rescue When Dorothy awoke the sun was shining through the trees and Toto had long been out chasing birds around him and squirrels. When Dorothy awoke the sun shone through the trees and Toto towards outside had been persecuting of length birds around him and the squirrels. When Dorothy awoke the sun shone by the trees and Toto a long time had driven out birds around him outside and of the squirrels. When the Dorothy becomes aware, the sun was shone passing by the wood, the Toto him had pursued the bird directly long the around the lith. When Dorothy awakes the sun shines and Toto for a long time pursues the bird by way of the tree in the neighborhood of him and the squirrel. She sat up and looked around her. Scarecrow, still standing patiently in his corner, waiting for her. It got up itself and watched around her. Espantapájaros, immovable situation patiently in its corner, waiting for it. It sat down to the top and looked around it. Scarecrow, motionless position patiently in its corner, awaiting it. She sat and comfort she saw in her surroundings. Patience iss imaginary number Oh the rain, inside his corner which waits silent granular her. It sat down upward and around it realistic saw. Épouvantail, moveless position patiently in its corner waiting. "We must go and search for water," she said to him. " we must go and to look for for water, " she said to him. " we must go and to seek water, " she said to him. " we must go and after water to seek, " she said to him. " If we do not go, in order becomes, to search the water, " as for her the word っ it is to him. "Why do you want water?" he asked. " porqué you wish the water? " he requested. " why you want water? " it asked. Do " why you want water?" He request. " The water with you why we want?" He asked. "To wash my face clean after the dust of the road, and to drink, so the dry bread will not stick in my throat." " to wash the expensive cleaning after the dust of the way, and to drink, so of the dry bread they will not stick in my throat " " to wash the clean face after the dust of the road, and to drink, thus dry bread will not stick in my throat " " the clean face after the dust of the road will wash themselves and will not drink from dry bread not in my throat to stick in such a way " " Under road washing, inside my throat, it is like that to drink, will not defend the purity percentage L my mask from afterwords the dust of the bread which it constructs. " "It must be inconvenient to be made of flesh," said the Scarecrow thoughtfully, "for you must sleep, and eat and drink. " it must be uncomfortable to be done of the meat, " said the espantapájaros carefully, " for you you must sleep, and it eats and it drinks. " it must be inconvenient to be made of flesh, " said the scarecrow pensively, " for you must sleep, and eats and drinks. " it must be inconvenience by the flesh and blood, the " straw person to say thoughtful, " is you is made must sleep, with eats and drinks. Prudence " it will be extensive, respecting murderous intent, " " being manufactured the scarecrow which talks, when it sleeps, it eats and and and must be inconvenient drinks. However, you have brains, and it is worth a lot of bother to be able to think properly." Nevertheless, you have brains, and is worth many of incomodidad of being able to think correctly " However, you have brains, and it is worth the sorrow much trouble to be able to think correctly " However, you have the brain, and it are worth many being annoying can suitably think. " However, there to be a brain in you, that are many securely thought and others れ る values of annoyance. " They left the cottage and walked through the trees until they found a little spring of clear water, where Dorothy drank and bathed and ate her breakfast. They left the cabin and they crossed through the trees until they found small means of the clear water, where Dorothy she drank and she bathed and she ate his breakfast. They left the small house and went by the trees until they found a small spring of clear water, where Dorothy drank and bathed and ate his breakfast. They left behind this cottage and walk by way of the tree discover until them the clear water small spring, Dorothy drank and takes a bath and eats her breakfast. They left the コテッジ, passed by the wood and looked at the spring where the clear water is small and walked to the column, the Dorothy drinks her breakfast, the dampening, and the food べ is. She saw there was not much bread left in the basket, and the girl was thankful the Scarecrow did not have to eat anything, for there was scarcely enough for herself and Toto for the day. It saw that there was not much bread stops to the left in the basket, and the girl was thanked for the espantapájaros did not have to eat any thing, because there was just enough and Toto for the day. It saw that there was not much bread on the left in the basket, and the girl was grateful the scarecrow should not have eaten anything, because there was rather hardly for itself and Louse for the day. Scarecrow anyone which the girl thanks it hangs but it eats, must do not to be, for a work because her oneself and the Toto thing to vast quantity bread left, for being insufficient inside the wicker basket, too much she saw the fact that it is. It saw that there was not on the left much bread in the basket and the girl was not all to eat Vogelscheuche thankful was, because it hardly enough and Louse for the day had there. When she had finished her meal, and was about to go back to the road of yellow brick, she was startled to hear a deep groan near by. When it had finished her food, and was on the verge of going again to the way of the yellow brick, it was startled to hear deep moaning surrounds close. When it had finished its meal, and was on the point of going again to the road of yellow brick, it was startled almost to hear gémissement deep near. When it had its flour finished and in BegriffWAR outward journey of return to the road of yellow brick, it was startled, to narrowly hear deep Aechzen beyond that. The her repast by her to be over and temper, regarding the back back and and and the yellow brick to face each other go time, in order to listen to a deep moan nearly she was startled side. "What was that?" she asked timidly. " which was that one? " she requested timidly. " what was that? " it asked timidly. " what is that?" Her timidly request. " it was it which? ", it asked timidly. "I cannot imagine," replied the Scarecrow; "but we can go and see." " I cannot imagine to me, " answered the espantapájaros; " we can go and only see " " I then not to imagine, " answered the scarecrow; " but we can go and see " " I are not possible to imagine, " replied the straw person; " only we can go and look. " " I cannot imagine, " has answered the spaventapasseri; " but we can go and see " Just then another groan reached their ears, and the sound seemed to come from behind them. Hardly then moaned other reached its ears, and the sound looked like to come behind from he. Just then another gémissement reached their ears, and the noise seemed to come by behind them. Then exactly another roaring voice to reach to the ear, sound seems that comes from those rear. Just then another groaning achieved its ears, and the noise has seemed from behind her to come. They turned and walked through the forest a few steps, when Dorothy discovered something shining in a ray of sunshine that fell between the trees. They gave return and they crossed through the forest some passages of progression, when Dorothy discovered something that shone in a ray of the sun that fell between the trees. They turned and went by the forest some stages, when Dorothy discovered something shining in a sunbeam which fell between the trees. Turned and some points have walked through the forest, when Dorothy has uncovered something that polishes in a beam of the sun that has fallen between the trees. When discovering what where the Dorothy shines with the light ray of the sunlight, they turned, passing by the forest, small-numbered step fell between the wood which you walked. She ran to the place and then stopped short, with a little cry of surprise. She executed herself to the place and later she stopped briefly, with a small shout of the surprise. It carried out at the place and then stopped soon, with a small cry of surprise. She ran to the place, stopped in the scream and the emergency where the surprise is small next. It has worked to the place and then it has been arrested abruptly, with a cry small of the surprise. One of the big trees had been partly chopped through, and standing beside it, with an uplifted axe in his hands, was a man made entirely of tin. One of the great trees had been sliced partly to traverse, and being stopped next to him, with an axe raised in its hands, he was a man done entirely of the tin. One of the large trees had been partly cut through, and being held close to him, with an axe raised in its hands, was an entirely made tin man. One of the large trees was chopped partially, and upright in addition to him, with a uplifted the axt in its hands, was a man who was completely trained by tin. The big tree's in the middle one part is chopped passes, and stands side it, with one on 升轴 in his hand, is the person entire is made by the tin. His head and arms and legs were jointed upon his body, but he stood perfectly motionless, as if he could not stir at all. Their head and arms and legs were articulated on their body, but it was stopped perfectly immovable, as if it could not turn around in all. Its head and arms and legs were joined on its body, but it was held perfectly motionless, as if it could not stir up whole. His head and the arm and the leg is joined in his body, but he stand motionless perfectly, resembles him has not been able to mix the basis. Its head and arms and of the legs were connected after its body, but it was perfectly motionless, as if it could be agitated all. Dorothy looked at him in amazement, and so did the Scarecrow, while Toto barked sharply and made a snap at the tin legs, which hurt his teeth. Cautious Dorothy him in the astonishment, and made the espantapájaros so, whereas Toto scraped sostenidamente and made a clasp of pressure in the legs of the tin, that hurt their teeth. Dorothy looked at him in amazement, and thus made the scarecrow, whereas Toto barked abruptly and made a rupture with the legs of can, which wounded its teeth. Dorothy who made him in the astonishment and was thus considered, Vogelscheuche, while the Louse barked clearly and formed Schnaepper with the tin legs which wounded its teeth. The Toto was sharp to bark, him will reach and in the chief leg which hurts trillionth hayss like that the snap, is the Dorothy which it sees as that person, to be like this does the imaginary number father inside being astonished. "Did you groan?" asked Dorothy. " you moaned? " asked Dorothy. " you groaned? " Dorothy requested. " It spreads out, it moaned? " In the Dorothy which it asks. " you geaechzt? " Dorothy required. "Yes," answered the tin man, "I did. " yes, " it answered the man of the tin, ". " yes, " answered the man of can, " I. " yes, " it has answered to the man of the latta one, ". " It is like that, " the chief male answer back, " me. I've been groaning for more than a year, and no one has ever heard me before or come to help me." I have been moaning for more than a year, and nobody has heard to me always before or has come ayudarme. " I had groaned for more than one year, and nobody before never intended me or came to help me " I are groaning one year for are more than, and nobody before ever heard me or helps me. " I directly from year groan because many, everyone hears me before, or helping me it came. " "What can I do for you?" she inquired softly, for she was moved by the sad voice in which the man spoke. " what can I do for you? " she investigated smoothly, because the sad voice moved it in which the man spoke. " what can I make for you? " it is enquise gently, because it was moved by the sad voice in which the man spoke. " that what can I make for you? " it has asked softly, since it has been moved from the sad voice in which the man it has spoken. " Me who make something can because of you?" As for her quietly is to ask, because as for her the person who moved due to sad voice spoke. "Get an oil-can and oil my joints," he answered. " an oilcan obtains and lubricates my joints, " he answered. " obtain a oil-can and oil my joints, " it answered. " obtains oil-can and greases my joint, " he replies. " you receive a oil-can and you oil my relations, " answered him. "They are rusted so badly that I cannot move them at all; if I am well oiled I shall soon be all right again. " they are turned rusty so seriously that I cannot move them in all; if they lubricate to me very soon I will be all right again. " they are rusted so much badly that I then not to move them whole; if I am well oiled I will still have soon any reason. " they rust so badly that I cannot shift it with all; if I am well oiled, I have soon still precisely. Extent those which cannot move those " I at everything rust badly; If it points to the oil well, I am correct eventually completely, for the second time. You will find an oil-can on a shelf in my cottage." You will find an oilcan in a shelf in my cabin " You will find a oil-can on a rack in my small house " You will discover one oil-can in one rack in mine cottage. " They find a oil-can on a rack in my maisonnette ", Dorothy at once ran back to the cottage and found the oil-can, and then she returned and asked anxiously, "Where are your joints?" Dorothy immediately executed itself again to the cabin and found the oilcan, and later she returned and requested anxiously, " where are her joints? " Did Dorothy immediately carry out again at the small house and found the oil-can, and then it is turned over and asked impatiently, " where are your joints? " Did Dorothy immediately function them of return to the maisonnette and found the oil-can, and then is turned over and asked with concern, ", where your relations are? ", To run the Dorothy to the コテッジ directly, the oil-can finding, next your joint?" She " returned at a certain place, asked ardently "Oil my neck, first," replied the Tin Woodman. " it lubricates my neck, the first one, " answered the Woodman tin. " oil my neck, the first, " answered Woodman tin. if " you oil my approach, first, " tin " answered " of Woodman. " My neck paste the oil, the first, " it replied chief Woodman. So she oiled it, and as it was quite badly rusted the Scarecrow took hold of the tin head and moved it gently from side to side until it worked freely, and then the man could turn it himself. It lubricated it so, and as she was turned rusty absolutely seriously the espantapájaros took the grasping from the track of the tin and she smoothly moved it of side to side until she worked freely, and then the man could give him returned itself. Thus it oiled it, and while it was completely badly rusted the scarecrow seized the head of can and moved gently from one side to another until that functioned freely, and then the man could turn it itself. Thus, it oiled it and during it rusted ziemlich badly, took Vogelscheuche with the influence of the tin head and easily shifted on a side at a side, until it functions freely, and then could the man it - even to turn it. Will be like this and she it she will paste the oil, the positively bad side food hayss that nyang scarecrow will have the grasp of the chief head and with it will go and and side from side it will work freely until to be gentle, it moved, the that time male goes round it that oneself. "Now oil the joints in my arms," he said. " now it lubricates the joints in my arms, " he said. " now oil the joints in my arms, " it said. " you oil the joints in that of my levers " it said now. " Pastes the oil, " he talked a combination inside now my eight. And Dorothy oiled them and the Scarecrow bent them carefully until they were quite free from rust and as good as new. And Dorothy lubricated them and the espantapájaros doubled them carefully until they were absolutely freely of as good mould and as new. And Dorothy oiled and the scarecrow unfolded carefully until they were completely freely rust and as good as new. And Dorothy has lubricated them and the spaventapasseri have folded them with attention until that liberations from new rust and bond did not come enough how much. And the Dorothy they pasted the oil and with the positively freedom lop to with new L thing as will be good until work the scarecrow attention nine kept at work they together deeply from stipend. The Tin Woodman gave a sigh of satisfaction and lowered his axe, which he leaned against the tree. The Woodman tin gave a sigh of the satisfaction and lowered its axe, that it inclined against the tree. Woodman tin gave a sigh of satisfaction and lowered its axe, which it is leaning against the tree. The latta Woodman has given a sigh of satisfaction and has lowered its axe, to that it has supported against the tree. The tin Woodman gave the sigh of satisfaction, lowered that ax, he opposite doing in the wood, it made tilt. "This is a great comfort," he said. " this is a great comfort, " he said. " it is a great comfort, " it said. " this is a great comfort, " has said. " this one is a great comfort, " has says him. "I have been holding that axe in the air ever since I rusted, and I'm glad to be able to put it down at last. " I have been maintaining that axe in the air since then turned rusty, and I am glad to be able to put it down in the last. " I had held this axe in the sky since I rusted, and I am happy of being able to put it to the bottom finally. " I rusted, I can put in place that lastly, since being delightful, I the air have grasped directly that ax. " I take that axis rust in the air from me, and I are happy can put it get down finally. Now, if you will oil the joints of my legs, I shall be all right once more." Now, if you lubricate you join of my legs, I will be all right once more " Now, if you oil the joints of my legs, I will have any reason once moreover " Hour, if you lubricate the joints of mine piedini, I will be all of right once more " Now, if you will grease my leg joint, I all will be correct. " So they oiled his legs until he could move them freely; and he thanked them again and again for his release, for he seemed a very polite creature, and very grateful. They lubricated so its legs until he could move them freely; and he thanked for repeated times by his to unblock, because he looked like a very cortesa creature, and very been thankful. Thus they oiled its legs until it could them move freely; and it thanked them on several occasions for its version, because it seemed a very polished creature, and very grateful. Thus, they oiled its legs, until it can move it freely; and it thanked them always again for its release, because it seemed very with recognition a very polished creature, and. So they grease his leg can freely move them until him; And he once more thank their his release, in order to he seem one unusual politeness biology, with extremely feels grateful. "I might have stood there always if you had not come along," he said; "so you have certainly saved my life. " it can be there that it has stopped state if you had not come ahead, " I always said; " you have saved so certainly my life. " I could have always held it there if you had not come length, " said; " thus you backed certainly up my life. " I could here averlo levato in feet always if you had not come ahead, " I have said; " therefore sure you have saved my life. Perhaps " I have stand there if you have not come, " he always said; " so you certainly saved my life. How did you happen to be here?" How you happened to be here? " How you precisely proved to be here? " How are you accidentally here?" You being here it happened, how?" "We are on our way to the Emerald City to see the Great Oz," she answered, "and we stopped at your cottage to pass the night." " we are in our way to the city emerald to see the great ounce, " she answered, " and we stopped in its cabin to spend the night " " we are on our path at the green city to see the great ounce, " it answered, " and we stopped at your small house to spend the night " " we are in us on the way to the emerald city look the great ounce, " she reply, " and we stop over Yu Ni's cottage pass the night. " " we are on our manner at the town of emerald of seeing the great ounce, " answered him, " and we stopped with your maisonnette, to lead the night too much ", "Why do you wish to see Oz?" he asked. " porqué you wish to see the ounce? " he requested. " why you wish to see the ounce? " it asked. " It wishes the fact that you see the all su why? " He asked. " why you require to see the ounce? " it required. "I want him to send me back to Kansas, and the Scarecrow wants him to put a few brains into his head," she replied. " she loved he sent to me again to Kansas, and the espantapájaros she wanted that it put some brains in his head, " she answered. " I want it sends to me again to Kansas, and the scarecrow wants that it puts some brains in its head, " it answered. " I want it transmit to me again at Kansas, and which wants épouvantail that he places some scientists in his heading " her answered. " As for me me the sending we wanted returning to Kansas in him, him in the scarecrow small-numbered brain the entrance て desired she answered to that head of the っ て ". The Tin Woodman appeared to think deeply for a moment. The Woodman tin appeared to think deeply for a moment. Woodman tin seemed to think deeply during a moment. The Woodman tin has seemed to think deeply during one point in time. Tin Woodman has a liking for deeply deeply thinks the moment. Then he said: Then he said: Then he said: It said then: Then it has said: "Do you suppose Oz could give me a heart?" " you suppose the ounce could give a heart me? " " you suppose the ounce could give me a heart? " " you suppose the ounce you could darmi a heart? " " It spreads out, it assumes the possibility of decreasing a heart it was to to all su me? " "Why, I guess so," Dorothy answered. " porqué, I conjecture therefore, " answered Dorothy. " why, I guess thus, " answered Dorothy. " why, do I guess so, " Dorothy reply. " why, fortune teller therefore, " Dorothy answered to. "It would be as easy as to give the Scarecrow brains." " it would be like easy as far as elasticity the brains of espantapájaros. " " it would be like easy as for elasticity the brains of scarecrow " In order " as with the easy L thing together the scarecrow brain period. " " As for that in regard to flexibility the easy way the scarecrow brain which is. " "True," the Tin Woodman returned. " truth, " the Woodman tin returned. " true, " Woodman tin is turned over. " to align, " the latta Woodman has returned. " It was vivid, " the chief Woodman gave back. "So, if you will allow me to join your party, I will also go to the Emerald City and ask Oz to help me." " therefore, if you allow that you assemble its party, also will go to the city emerald and will request the ounce for ayudarme. " " thus, if you allow me to join your part, I also will go to the green city and will ask for the ounce to help myself " " in such a way, if you will permit me to connect your section I will likewise go in the green city and the ounce will require, in order me to help " " thus, if you allow me to connect your associate, I also go to the town of emerald and request around one ounce, to help me too much ", "Come along," said the Scarecrow heartily, and Dorothy added that she would be pleased to have his company. " come ahead, " she said to the espantapájaros heartily, and Dorothy added that she would be satisfied to have her company. " come length, " said the scarecrow heartily, and Dorothy added that it would be happy to have its company. " come, " Vogelscheuche said heartily, and Dorothy added in more than it would be delighted to have its company. " It follows and it comes, " the heartily it talks the scarecrow, she has his company, will be satisfied theyn the Dorothy added the place thing. So the Tin Woodman shouldered his axe and they all passed through the forest until they came to the road that was paved with yellow brick. The Woodman tin took to shoulders so its axe and passed everything through the forest until they came to the way that was paved with the yellow brick. Thus Woodman tin shouldered its axe and they very crossed the forest until they came to the road which was paved with yellow brick. Thus the Woodman tin assisted its axe, and they have everything crossed the forest, until they came to the road, which was paved with the yellow clay brick. So tin Woodman shouldered his axis and they all passes this forest comes 被铺 and the decadent brick road until them. The Tin Woodman had asked Dorothy to put the oil-can in her basket. The Woodman tin had requested that Dorothy put the oilcan in her basket. Woodman tin had required of Dorothy to put the oil-can in its basket. Tin Woodman requests Dorothy to put oil-can in hers basket. The latta Woodman had asked Dorothy to put the oilcan in its basket. "For," he said, "if I should get caught in the rain, and rust again, I would need the oil-can badly." " for, " he said, " if he obtained taken in rain, and I turn rusty again, the oilcan would need seriously " " for, " he said, " if I get caught under the rain, and still rusts me, I would need the oil-can badly " " For the sake of, " him you said, being caught with the rain, if it can, as for me the oil-can which it is bad necessary. " To rust for the second time, " it " has " said " if I me under the rain to catch leaves themselves and still rusts I needed badly the burette " It was a bit of good luck to have their new comrade join the party, for soon after they had begun their journey again they came to a place where the trees and branches grew so thick over the road that the travelers could not pass. Good luck was a little to cause that her new comrade assembles the party, because soon after they had begun their trip came again to a place in where the trees and the ramifications grew so heavy concluído the way that the route leaves (to traveler) could not happen. That carried a little happiness to make join to their new comrade the part, because little after they began their voyage still they came to a place where the trees and the branches grew so thick above the road which the travellers could not pass. This is one good luck arranges them new comrade to join this party, in order to they starts their journey again in it after they sets up and the branch grows very thickly the place which has not been able to pass in the road passenger. Barely it was the good luck where that has connecting the party to the new colleague if why, the traveler where the wood and the branch which directly after having begun traveling for the second time, directly come to the place were brought up very thickly in the road and transfer could not do thing. But the Tin Woodman set to work with his axe and chopped so well that soon he cleared a passage for the entire party. But the assembly of Woodman of the tin to work with its so well sheer axe and that soon it erased a passage for the whole party. But the positioning of Woodman of can to be worked with its axe and so good half-compartment that soon it erased a passage for the whole part. But with of Woodman of the latta one working with its cut good axe and therefore that soon it has cancelled a left passage for the entire one. But the ZinnWoodman series for work with its axt and thus wohlen chopped that soon it removed a passage for that participating totals. Dorothy was thinking so earnestly as they walked along that she did not notice when the Scarecrow stumbled into a hole and rolled over to the side of the road. Dorothy thought so serious whereas they crossed throughout whom she did not notice when the espantapájaros encountered in a hole and rolled above to the face of the way. Dorothy thought so much sincerely while they went along that which it did not note when the scarecrow stumbled in a hole and rolled more to the side of the road. Paralleling to that she does not become aware, you walked, you thought the Dorothy simultaneously in such a true sword whether they the scarecrow when stumbled to the hole, rolled to the side of the road. Dorothy that earnestly thinks when they walk along that her attention when the straw person trips 入孔 and rolls in the road side. Indeed he was obliged to call to her to help him up again. They forced it in fact to call to her to help him for above again. Indeed it was obliged to call with it to help it to the top still. He are indeed forced to call to help to her he again. It was forced in order in order to help him to call completely for he for the second time to her. "Why didn't you walk around the hole?" asked the Tin Woodman. " porqué did not do you long walk around the hole? " he requested the Woodman tin. " why not you walk around the hole? " asked Woodman tin. " why not it walk around the hole? " the Woodman tin required. Why hasn't " been you walks in the neighborhood of this hole?" Request tin Woodman. "I don't know enough," replied the Scarecrow cheerfully. " I do not know enough, " answered the espantapájaros cheers. " I do not know enough, " answered merrily the scarecrow. " I do not understand enough, " joyfully replied the straw person. " I do not know enough, " has answered cheerfully the spaventapasseri. "My head is stuffed with straw, you know, and that is why I am going to Oz to ask him for some brains." " my head fills up with the straw, you know, and that one is porqué I am going to the ounce to request some brains to him " " my head is faggot of the straw, you know, and this is why I go to the ounce to ask him for some brains " " my head is stuffed with the straw, you know, and that are why are I going to the ounce request his some brains. " " It fills in my head wheat straw, it spreads out to know, that going out and for the all su el E for brain in him asking. " It is going to peel, why is "Oh, I see," said the Tin Woodman. " Oh, I see, " said the Woodman tin. the " OH, I see, " said Woodman tin. " OH -, I, see " said the tin to of Woodman. " the OH, I see, " has said the latta Woodman. "But, after all, brains are not the best things in the world." " but, after all, the brains are not the best things of the world " " but, after all, the brains are not the best things in the world " " But, on from all next, the brain is not the best thing inside the world. " " but, eventually the brain is not the best matter in this world. " "Have you any?" inquired the Scarecrow. " téngale? " it investigated the espantapájaros. " do you have? " is enquis the scarecrow. " Have you?" The scarecrow you asked. " do you have yourselves in one way or another? ", Vogelscheuche got information. "No, my head is quite empty," answered the Woodman. " no, my head is absolutely empty, " answered the Woodman. " not, my head is completely empty, " answered Woodman. " No, my head considerably it is the sky, " you answered to the Woodman. " Negation and my head it is empty positively, " the Woodman answer back. "But once I had brains, and a heart also; so, having tried them both, I should much rather have a heart." " but once it had brains, and a heart also; Therefore, trying them both, I if a heart has something much " " but once that I had brains, and a heart also; thus, after to have judged them both, I so much has rather a heart " ", but once, which I had from the scientists, and a heart likewise; thus by it to have judged all two I so has much rather a heart " " however, at once that I had brains, and an interior too; thus, it two tests them having, me, so much has an interior rather ", "And why is that?" asked the Scarecrow. " and porqué is that one? " it requested the espantapájaros. " and why is it? " asked the scarecrow. " and why is this? " required épouvantail. " With it peels and why that it is? " It asked the scarecrow. "I will tell you my story, and then you will know." " I will say to him that my history, and then you knows " " I will say to you that my history, and then you will know " " I will tell you me the story, then will know with you. " " My talk and that time you a. " Knowing I to be extensive and talk So, while they were walking through the forest, the Tin Woodman told the following story: Therefore, whereas they crossed through the forest, the Woodman tin counted following history: Thus, whereas they went by the forest, Woodman tin indicated the following history: Thus, while they went through the forest, the Woodman tin indicated following history: They walked in the forest and iss ess it is like that they were like this, the chief Woodman talked the talk which comes after,: "I was born the son of a woodman who chopped down trees in the forest and sold the wood for a living. " I was born the son of woodman who sliced under trees in the forest and sold the wood for a life. " I was born the son from a woodman which crossed in bottom of the trees in the forest and sold wood for a life. " It chopped up, because of life the wood it was sold as for me the son of the woodman could withstand someone under the wood of the forest. " It cut small and for an existence the tree it marketed to peel, who tree lower part me as the son of the woodman width ess inside the forest c. When I grew up, I too became a woodchopper, and after my father died I took care of my old mother as long as she lived. When I grew for above, I also made woodchopper, and after my father died I lasted so well-taken care of of my old mother as she lived. When I grew, I also became a woodchopper, and after my father died I took care of my old mother as a long time as it lived. When I grow, I too become woodchopper, and my father died I in it after looks after my old mother so long as she live. When they are developed to me in on, also they are transformato to me in in a woodchopper and after that my father died I have taken finchè the cure of my old base has lived. Then I made up my mind that instead of living alone I would marry, so that I might not become lonely. Then I composed my mind that instead of only living I would marry, so that she can be that she does not make single. Then I composed my spirit which with the place only of the life I would marry, so that I could not become alone. Then I have composed my mind that instead of living alone I would be married, of way that I have not been able to become single. That time I comfort alone with the enemy or in substitution of bloodthirstiness will get married theyn manufactured a place my mind with the enemy, it is like that, it went out and it was lonely and. "There was one of the Munchkin girls who was so beautiful that I soon grew to love her with all my heart. " there was one of the girls of Munchkin that was so beautiful that soon I came the master yet my heart. " there was of one of the girls of Munchkin which was so beautiful that I became likes it soon with all my heart. " has Munchkin girl's in the middle one is very beautiful I very quickly grows into wholeheartedly loves her. " there was one of the girls of Munchkin that was therefore beautiful that soon has become loves it with all the my heart. She, on her part, promised to marry me as soon as I could earn enough money to build a better house for her; so I set to work harder than ever. She, in her part, promised to marry to me as soon as could make enough money to construct a better house for her; fixed so to the work more hardly than always. It, on its part, promised to marry me as soon as I could earn money enough to build a better house for it; thus I place at work more hardly than ever. Furthermore me the sufficient to making immediately she where with obtaining the house which her for the sake of is better to the gold finishes promised, when in her part, you get married with me,; So I place to work from the majority. She, on its part, promise for sposarlo not as soon as I could earn moneies for costruirle one enough better house for; therefore I hardly regulate more that never to job. But the girl lived with an old woman who did not want her to marry anyone, for she was so lazy she wished the girl to remain with her and do the cooking and the housework. But the girl lived with an old woman who did not want that she married any person, because she was so sluggish she wished the girl to remain with her and to make cook and the domestic task. But the girl lived with an old woman who did not want that it married no matter whom, because it was so lazy it wished the girl to remain with it and to make the kitchen and the house works. But the girl, her troublesome army song it gets married it did not want, long with the woman who becomes it lived, because was she, lazy she remained and with her iss, in order cooking and choreing description below she faded the girl. But the girl lived with an old woman who does not connect they wished, because it was, thus wished him putrefied the girl, to remain with him and to make cook and the house works. So the old woman went to the Wicked Witch of the East, and promised her two sheep and a cow if she would prevent the marriage. The old woman so went to the witch crossbeam of the east, and she promised to two ewes and one cow to him if she would prevent the union. Thus the old woman went to the bad witch of the east, and promised two sheep to him and a cow if it would prevent the marriage. So this old woman went to the eastern part evil sorceress, with promised her two sheep and the cow if she prevented the marriage. When she prevents marriage, such an old woman went to the magical errand whose east is cunning, promised 2 sheep and the cow in her. Thereupon the Wicked Witch enchanted my axe, and when I was chopping away at my best one day, for I was anxious to get the new house and my wife as soon as possible, the axe slipped all at once and cut off my left leg. The witch crossbeam enchanted with that my axe, and when it far sliced in a my better day, because I I was impatient to obtain to the new house and my wife the sooner, the axe slid of once and cut my left leg. On what the bad witch enchanted my axe, and when I crossed far at my best one day, because I was impatient to obtain the new house and my wife as soon as possible, the slipped axe of only one feature and cut out my left leg. The evil sorceress thereupon confuses me the axis, with when me chops Yu Wo is best one day, in order to I long for as soon as possible obtains the bridal chamber and my wife, the axis slips at the same time and excises my left leg. It had chopped up on the 1st I me am best, because obtaining my new house and my wife, as quickly as possible you worried to fascinate, the time cunning magical errand my ax, inserted the ax suddenly there, cut the foot on my left. "This at first seemed a great misfortune, for I knew a one-legged man could not do very well as a wood-chopper. " this seemed a great misfortune in the beginning, because I knew that a man with a single leg could not do very well like wood-interrupting. " this initially seemed a great misfortune, because me knew that a unijambist could not make very well like wood-carver. " this at first seems greatly is unfortunate, in order to I know one one-legged person has not been able to do the very good achievement wood chopper. " The one-legged male as the tree contact breaker the possibility of doing quite well company grudge misfortune, is visible the fact that it is not first because in me this the egg ass c. So I went to a tinsmith and had him make me a new leg out of tin. I went so to a tinsmith and I caused that he did a new leg to me outside the tin. Thus I went to a tinner and made it manufacture me a new leg starting from tin. Thus, I went in Blechschmied and made it form to me a new leg of tin. I went to a biconvexity worker like this and in him in in me of the chief i manufactured i requested and and and the new leg at the outside and and. The leg worked very well, once I was used to it. The leg worked very well, once they used her. The leg functioned very well, once that I was used with it. It goes out and when it is used to it as soon as, it irons, it worked quite well. The leg revolves very well, once I use in it. But my action angered the Wicked Witch of the East, for she had promised the old woman I should not marry the pretty Munchkin girl. But my action angered to the witch crossbeam of the east, because she had promised to the old woman that I do not have to marry to the pretty girl of Munchkin. But my action irritated the bad witch of the east, because it had promised the old woman whom I should not marry the pretty girl of Munchkin. But my action provoked the bad witch of the east, because it had promised the old woman that I would not have to marry the beautiful girl of Munchkin. But eastern part my action anger evil sorceress, in order to she promise me should not the old woman which marries with the pretty Munchkin girl. When I began chopping again, my axe slipped and cut off my right leg. When I began to slice again, my axe slid and cut the right leg. When I started to still cross, my axe slipped and cut out my good leg. When I have begun to still cut, my axe has sli and cut my just one piedino. When I start to chop again, my axis slips and excises my right leg. Again I went to the tinsmith, and again he made me a leg out of tin. I went again to the tinsmith, and again he did a leg to me outside the tin. Still I went to the tinner, and still it manufactured me a leg starting from tin. They have still gone to lattoniere and still a piedino has rendered me from latta. For the second time, I went to tinsmith, for the second time he from the tin did the foot in me. After this the enchanted axe cut off my arms, one after the other; but, nothing daunted, I had them replaced with tin ones. After this the enchanted axe cut my arms, one after the other; but, nothing discouraged, I made them replace by tin. After this the magic axe cut out my arms, after the other; but, nothing intimidated, I made them replace by tin those. After this chops it pleased cut my levers, after the other one; but nothing intimidated, I let it by the tin those replace. After that this the bewitched axe you cut my arms, one after the other; but, nothing of daunted, I have made them to replace with latta ones. The Wicked Witch then made the axe slip and cut off my head, and at first I thought that was the end of me. The witch then crossbeam did that the axe slides and cuts my head, and I thought in the beginning that it was the end of me. The bad witch then made the axe slip and cut out my head, and initially I thought which was the end of me. The ordinary hexe then could be slipped and cut out the axt my head, and initially I thought it was the end of me. The bad witch made then the axe means heading slips and cuts, and first i thought, which was the end of me. But the tinsmith happened to come along, and he made me a new head out of tin. But the tinsmith happened to come ahead, and he did a new track to me outside the tin. But the tinner precisely proved to come length, and it manufactured me a new head starting from tin. The biconvexity worker followed but and the all thing it happened, he in in me of the chief the crab manufactured the new head at the outside. But Blechschmied to come, and it arrived developed me a new head of tin. "I thought I had beaten the Wicked Witch then, and I worked harder than ever; but I little knew how cruel my enemy could be. " I thought that then it had beaten to the witch crossbeam, and I worked more hardly than always; but I little knew my enemy cruel could be. " I thought that I had beaten the bad witch then, and I worked harder than ever; but I little knew cruel my enemy could be. " i thought that I had then struck the bad witch, and I had operated harder ever; but i has fewer cruelly mine enemy known could be. Then it struck the magical errand where " I am cunning, working more eagerly it thought the I; You knew the I a little but the cruel my enemy how it can a certain thing. She thought of a new way to kill my love for the beautiful Munchkin maiden, and made my axe slip again, so that it cut right through my body, splitting me into two halves. She thought about a new way to kill to my lover for the virginal beautiful Munchkin, and did that my axe slides again, so that cut to the right through my body, starting off to me in two halves. It thought of a new way of destroying my love for beautiful Munchkin first, and made my axe still slip, so that it crossed well by my body, duplicating me into two halves. It thought them of a new manner to finish my love for beautiful only Munchkin and thus left my axt, by my body crossed towards the line and one divided in two halves to slip again. It thought me, to which in two halves doubles of a new way for destroying my love for the first Munchkin beautiful and made my axe to still slip, so that they mean well through bodies cut. Once more the tinsmith came to my help and made me a body of tin, fastening my tin arms and legs and head to it, by means of joints, so that I could move around as well as ever. Once again the tinsmith came to my aid and he did a body of the tin, holding my arms of the tin and legs and head to her, by means of joints, so that he could move to me around as well as always. Once more the tinner came to my assistance and made me a body of tin, attaching my arms of can and legs and head to it, by means of joints, so that I could move me around as well as ever. This tinsmith came my help and even more does my body tin, fastened my jar arm and the leg and to it, through joint, therefore I could move out in neighbor and ever. Similar to me, it does the body in me of the tin, because as for being able to move with the around, as for tinsmith to come to my help once more, it stops to that the arm and the foot and the head of my tin, depending upon joint. But, alas! I had now no heart, so that I lost all my love for the Munchkin girl, and did not care whether I married her or not. But, wings! Now it did not have any heart, so that my lover for the girl of Munchkin lost all, and I did not take care of if I married it or no. But, alas! I did not have now any heart, so that I destroyed all my love for the girl of Munchkin, and am not worried to me, that I married it or not. But, alas! I had no heart now, so that I destroyed all my love for the girl of Munchkin, and me not to be worried that I assumed it or not. But, alas! I did not have maintaining of interior, so that I lose my whole love for the Munchkin girl, and am not interested to me, if I it am not married or. I suppose she is still living with the old woman, waiting for me to come after her. I suppose that she still is living with the old woman, waiting for stops me to come after her. I suppose that it always lives with the old woman, awaiting me to come after it. I assume that she always lives with the old woman, me expecting, in order to come to it. The old woman and residence where it waits for me because she still comes the after her am I suppose that is. "My body shone so brightly in the sun that I felt very proud of it and it did not matter now if my axe slipped, for it could not cut me. " my body shone so shiningly in the sun that felt to me that very proud of him and him now it did not matter if my axe slid, because it could not cut to me. " my body polished so much brillamment with the sun which I judged that very proud of him and him did not import now if my axe slipped, because him could not cut me. When " my axe slides, with it it quite the now when it is haughty not being importantly it goes out and like this in the coast where it feels and dawns my main body which shines, because the possibility of cutting to me it was not it. When my body my ax which is illuminated so brightly " with the sun inserted, that I felt that now when that brags very it is not important, because that may cut me. There was only one danger--that my joints would rust; but I kept an oil-can in my cottage and took care to oil myself whenever I needed it. There was only a danger -- that they would turn rusty my joints; but I maintained an oilcan my cabin and I took care to lubricate to me whenever she needed it. There was only one danger -- that my joints would rust; but I maintained a oil-can in my small house and took care to oil me all the times that I needed him. There was only a danger -- than my joints they would rust; but I have maintained an oilcan in mine cottage and have taken the cure for lubrificarsi every time that I have had it need. Has only my joint rusty one danger --; But I retain one oil-can and take care in mine cottage grease whenever I need it. However, there came a day when I forgot to do this, and, being caught in a rainstorm, before I thought of the danger my joints had rusted, and I was left to stand in the woods until you came to help me. Nevertheless, a day came in which I forgot to do this, and, being taken in a storm of rain, before it thought about the danger my joints had turned rusty, and they left me to the support in wood until you came to help me. However, there came one day when I forgot to do this, and, being caught in a storm of rain, before I thought of the danger my joints had rusted, and I was left with the stand in wood until you came to help me. It will go out and danger it will think and and the fact that it will do but to go out to the front when this forgetting, from that place one it came, inside the rainstorm pwuth cap, my combination under the side food, you helping to me will come until I inside the tree south crawled to the unit. However, a day has come in which they are forgotten to make this to me and, being interfering in a rain storm, before that you thought next to the danger my joints they had rusted and they have been left to the base in the wood until that you did not come aiutarli. It was a terrible thing to undergo, but during the year I stood there I had time to think that the greatest loss I had known was the loss of my heart. It was a terrible thing to experiment, but during the year that was stopped to me it had time to think that the greatest loss had known was the loss of my heart. It was a terrible thing to undergo, but during the year when I was held there had time to think that the greatest loss I had known was the loss of my heart. It was the terrible thing where it should pass that the largest loss where but, I had known in of years when I raise me there was loss in my center you thought and there was a る time. Terrible what was one to endure, but during the year that if they are levato it in feet has had time to think that the greater loss you had known it was the loss of my heart. While I was in love I was the happiest man on earth; but no one can love who has not a heart, and so I am resolved to ask Oz to give me one. Whereas it was in loving was happiest I serve in the Earth; but nobody can love who does not have a heart, and so they solve me to request the ounce to give one me. While I was in the love I was happiest equips on ground; but nobody can like who does not have a heart, and thus I am solved to ask for the ounce to give me one. While I was in the love, I was the luckiest team on earth; but nobody to be able like, which does not have a heart, and so I am solve, in order to require the ounce, in order to give me one. While I was in the love, I was team on the mass the x27£5 happy 20plus; but it can to like nobody, with which it is not an interior which has and thus I am repaired, to require around one ounce, to give me. If he does, I will go back to the Munchkin maiden and marry her." If he does it, I will go again to the virginal Munchkin and I will marry it " If it, I will go again in Munchkin first and will marry it " If it will go I again at Munchkin only and it, marry " If he do, I will return to the Munchkin maiden and marry with her. " Both Dorothy and the Scarecrow had been greatly interested in the story of the Tin Woodman, and now they knew why he was so anxious to get a new heart. Dorothy and the espantapájaros been had interested greatly in the history of the Woodman tin, and now they knew porqué he was so impatient to obtain a new heart. Dorothy and the scarecrow had been interested considerably in the history of Woodman tin, and now they knew why it was so impatient to obtain a new heart. She is Dorothy who the spaventapasseri remarkablly had been interested to the history of the latta Woodman and hour they have known why it was therefore expectant to obtain a new heart. of Dorothy and Vogelscheuche were interested largely in the history of Woodman tin, and now they, why it was so concerned knew, to receive a new interior. "All the same," said the Scarecrow, "I shall ask for brains instead of a heart; for a fool would not know what to do with a heart if he had one." " all the equal ones, " said the espantapájaros, " I will request brains instead of a heart; for an idiot it would not know what to do with a heart if it had one " " all the same ones, " said the scarecrow, " I will require brains instead of a heart; for an imbecile would not know what to make with a heart if it had one " " all same it " has épouvantail said " I scientists instead of a heart will require; for imbécile would not know to make with a heart if it had " " that even, " said that Vogelscheuche, " me require around interior brains of the place; for an imbecile not what could do with an interior, if it had one ", "I shall take the heart," returned the Tin Woodman; "for brains do not make one happy, and happiness is the best thing in the world." " I will take the heart, " I returned the Woodman tin; " for the brains it does not do one happy one, and the happiness is the best thing of the world " " I will take the heart, " returned Woodman tin; " for brains do not return happy, and happiness is the best thing in the world " " I will take the heart " the Woodman tin to have referred; " for scientists return no lucky, and the luck is the best thing at the world " " I to have the chief Woodman who and " gives back a heart, go; " For the brain if it was happy, it does not manufacture one thing, happiness inside the multi world the best. " Dorothy did not say anything, for she was puzzled to know which of her two friends was right, and she decided if she could only get back to Kansas and Aunt Em, it did not matter so much whether the Woodman had no brains and the Scarecrow no heart, or each got what he wanted. Dorothy did not say any thing, because they disturbed it to know which of their two friends were right, and she decided if she could only again obtain to Kansas and to Em aunt, he did not concern so much if the Woodman did not have any brain and the espantapájaros no heart, or each one obtained what he wished. Dorothy did not say anything, because it was embarassée to know which of her two friends were right, and it decided if it could only obtain again in Kansas and to aunt Em, it did not import so much if Woodman had any brain and the scarecrow no heart, or obtained each one what it wanted. Dorothy did not say anything, because she, in order to know, which was right from its two friends, has embarassée, and it decided, if them could keep E.M. only again in Kansas and at aunt, he not so much imported, if Woodman had not had a brain and épouvantail no heart or everyone received, which it wanted. Anything hasn't Dorothy said, in order to she puzzled know which she two friends are correct, and she decide if she can have to arrive return Kansas and the Em aunt, whether it extremely do do not have critical time Woodman to do not have the brain and the straw person do not have the heart, or what every time obtains him wants. What worried her most was that the bread was nearly gone, and another meal for herself and Toto would empty the basket. What worried the more era than the bread was gone almost, and another food for and Toto the basket would drain. What worried it more was that the bread was almost gone, and another meal for itself and Louse would empty the basket. What most lets her worry is, the bread nearly went, and other meals and Toto dumped this basket for herself. That what has preoccupied it more was that the bread nearly has been gone and an other meal for himself and Toto would empty the basket. To be sure neither the Woodman nor the Scarecrow ever ate anything, but she was not made of tin nor straw, and could not live unless she was fed. To be safe that neither the Woodman nor the espantapájaros ate always any thing, but they did not make him of the tin nor of the straw, and it could not live unless they fed to him. To be sure that neither Woodman neither the scarecrow never ate anything, but it was not made out of tin nor straw, and could not live unless it was nourished. Definitely the Woodman straw person ever did not eat any thing, but she have not been made by the tin straw, with has not been able to live only if she are fed. When it cannot give her, you eat also the Woodman with scarecrow anything and in order to verify that the medium っ callous, her cannot consist of the tin straw, live.