You are here: Roving Mouse > Humor > mistranslation.com Vote for the funniest translations of each sentence The Deadly Poppy Field The Mortal Field Of the Poppy The Zone Mortal Of Poppy The Mortal Field Of The Poppy Fatal poppy field Our little party of travelers awakened the next morning refreshed and full of hope, and Dorothy breakfasted like a princess off peaches and plums from the trees beside the river. Our small party of route leaves (to traveler) woke up the recovered and full next morning of hope, and Dorothy had breakfast like a princess of the peaches and the plum trees of the trees next to the river. Our small part of the travellers awoke the following morning regenerated and full with the hope, and Dorothy lunched like a princess in addition to fishings and plums of the trees close to the river. The traveler us the small sugar hope was refreshing and grudge, after being sufficient, it awakened a morning, the Dorothy in the lecture side from the tree the peach and a morning together two falling princesses to sleep it ate. Our small part of the travelers has the following morning regenerated full of hope and Dorothy and waked to noon eaten as a princess except peaches and plums of the trees in the proximity the river. Behind them was the dark forest they had passed safely through, although they had suffered many discouragements; but before them was a lovely, sunny country that seemed to beckon them on to the Emerald City. Behind them it was the dark forest who had happened surely to traverse, although had undergone many loss of heart; but before they were a charming country, sunned that looked like to make them signs ignited to the city emerald. Behind them was the dark forest which they had passed without risk through, although they suffered much from discouragements; but before they were beautiful, sunny country which seemed to show them finger in function at the green city. Behind them, the dark forest that they had surely led, was, although they had suffered much from discouragements; but before they are a country exciting and sunny which seemed, them at the town of emerald with zuzuwinken. It suffered in those rear with many discouragements there was a dark forest which but, the そ れ and others transferred safely; But it seems that causes those to the emerald city which is the country where those the く, are bright beautifully before. To be sure, the broad river now cut them off from this beautiful land. To be safe, the ample river now cut them dull of this beautiful track. To be sure, the broad river A now crossed except function of this beautiful ground. to be sure, the wide river they crossed now far from this beautiful country. In order it is positive, the wide river now they fell from the beautiful ground and it cut. But the raft was nearly done, and after the Tin Woodman had cut a few more logs and fastened them together with wooden pins, they were ready to start. But the raft was done almost, and after the Woodman tin had cut some more registries and it had held the wood contacts along with to them, they were ready to begin. But the raft was almost made, and after Woodman tin cut some more natural logarithms and attached them as well as the pins out of wooden, they were ready to start. But the raft nearly has been made and after that the latta Woodman had cut some more books machine and had them fixed with to the wood hinges, they were ready to begin. But the raft was almost done, the tin Woodman cut the small-numbered many log, with the wooden pin after stopping, started and preparation did. Dorothy sat down in the middle of the raft and held Toto in her arms. Dorothy seated down in the center of the raft and maintained to Toto in her the arms. Dorothy sat down in the medium of the raft and held Toto in it arms. The Dorothy sat lower part inside the center of the raft and eight it caught the Toto inside her. Dorothy sat down in this wooden raft 中间和 holds Toto in her arm. When the Cowardly Lion stepped upon the raft it tipped badly, for he was big and heavy; but the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman stood upon the other end to steady it, and they had long poles in their hands to push the raft through the water. When the cowardly lion walked on the raft inclined seriously, because it was great and heavy; but the espantapájaros and the Woodman tin were stopped on the other end to stabilize it, and had long posts in their hands to push the raft through the water. When the loose lion took a step on the raft it inclined badly, because it was large and heavy; but the scarecrow and Woodman tin were held on the other end to strengthen it, and they had long posts in their hands to push the raft by water. When the lion codardo has made a step on the raft has upset badly, since he was large and heavy; but the spaventapasseri and the latta Woodman are rises in feet on the other extremity for reggerli and have had long poles in they hands in order to push the raft through the water. The lion which is mean tilted when stepping in the raft, badly, because he khu and was heavy,; In order to do to be strong but it the scarecrow and chief Woodman stood that outside lastly, to they a long pole inside they hands which push the raft in the water there was. They got along quite well at first, but when they reached the middle of the river the swift current swept the raft downstream, farther and farther away from the road of yellow brick. They obtained ahead absolutely well in the beginning, but when they reached the center of the river the fast current swept the raft down river, more far and more far far from the way of the yellow brick. They became length completely good at the beginning, but when they reached the medium of the river the fast current swept the raft downstream, further and further far from the road from yellow brick. They have obtained initially ahead enough good, but when they have caught up the half of the river the fast current has swept the raft to valley, more far away and more far away via from the road of the mattone yellow. They received at the ziemlich beginning probably, but, when they reached the medium of the river, fast electricity swept the raft stromabwaerts, far and far from the road of yellow brick. And the water grew so deep that the long poles would not touch the bottom. And the water grew so deep that the long posts would not touch the bottom. And water grew so deep that the long posts would not touch bottom. And the water grows very deeply, the long pole has not contacted the base. And as for the extent water which the long stick does not touch the bottom you were brought up deeply. "This is bad," said the Tin Woodman, "for if we cannot get to the land we shall be carried into the country of the Wicked Witch of the West, and she will enchant us and make us her slaves." " this is bad, " said the Woodman tin, " for if we cannot obtain to the track that will take in the country of the witch crossbeam to us of the west, and it enchants to us and us she makes the slaves " " they is bad, " said Woodman tin, " for if we cannot arrive at the ground which we will be carried in the country of the bad witch of the west, and it will enchant us and will do it to us the slaves " " it is badly " said the Woodman tin, " for, if we cannot arrive in the earth that we are carried in the country of the bad witch of the west, and them will please us and will make it for us the slaves " " this one is, " of Woodman, " for bad, if we cannot come to the country which we are carried in the country of the ordinary hexe of the west, and us verzaubert and us it forms them slaves ", said tin "And then I should get no brains," said the Scarecrow. " and then I do not have to obtain no brain, " said the espantapájaros. " and then I should not obtain any brain, " said the scarecrow. " and then I would not have to receive a brain " said épouvantail. " That time I got the brain, " i talked the scarecrow. "And I should get no courage," said the Cowardly Lion. " and I do not have to obtain no value, " said the cowardly lion. " and I should not obtain any courage, " said the loose lion. " and I would not have not to obtain courage, " has said the lion codardo. " and I should not receive courage, " said Cowardly lion. "And I should get no heart," said the Tin Woodman. " and I do not have to obtain no heart, " said the Woodman tin. " and I should not obtain any heart, " said Woodman tin. " I got a heart, " i talked chief Woodman. " and I should not receive from interior, " said the tin to of Woodman. "And I should never get back to Kansas," said Dorothy. " and I must never obtain again to Kansas, " said to Dorothy. " and I should never not obtain again in Kansas, " said Dorothy. " I faced each other the Kansas back, it got assuredly, " it talked the Dorothy. " and I should never receive return to Kansas, " said of Dorothy. "We must certainly get to the Emerald City if we can," the Scarecrow continued, and he pushed so hard on his long pole that it stuck fast in the mud at the bottom of the river. " we must certainly obtain to the city broad emerald if, " the espantapájaros continued, and he we pushed so hardly in its long post that stuck quickly in the mud at heart of the river. " we must certainly arrive at the green city if we can, " the continued scarecrow, and push to him so hard on its long post which it quickly stuck in mud to the bottom of the river. " we must at the town of emerald, if we box, " Vogelscheuche and him continuous " come without any doubt " on his long stations supported so strongly that it adhered quickly in mud to the lower part of the river. " we must certainly go to the emerald city if our canned food, the " straw person continues, pushes with him that difficultly it fast sticks in his long pole in the putty to this river base. Then, before he could pull it out again--or let go--the raft was swept away, and the poor Scarecrow left clinging to the pole in the middle of the river. Then, before it could remove it -- or he lets to go -- the raft was swept again far, and the espantapájaros poor to the left that clung in the post in the center of the river. Then, before it could still draw it -- or let go -- the raft was swept far, and the poor scarecrow clinging on the left to the post in the medium of the river. Then, before that the raft could estrarlo still -- or to leave in order to go -- has been swept via and insufficient the spaventapasseri on the left that joins to the pole in means of the river. Then, he can pull it in before again -- or lets -- this wooden raft sweep clear, left tightly pastes with the bad straw person to this pole in this 河中. "Good-bye!" he called after them, and they were very sorry to leave him. " good bye! " it called after them, and very were grieved to leave it. " goodbye! " it called after them, and they were very sorry to leave it. " goodbye!" He call in them after, and they extremely are sorry leaves behind him. " Goodbye! " It will be wrong it left and he called from afterwords they, they sensibility were quite. Indeed, the Tin Woodman began to cry, but fortunately remembered that he might rust, and so dried his tears on Dorothy's apron. In fact, the Woodman tin began to shout, but it remembered luckyly that it can be that turns rusty, and so rasgones in the apron of Dorothy dried his. Indeed, Woodman tin started to cry, but remembered fortunately that it could rust, and thus dried its tears on the apron of Dorothy. Indeed, tin Woodman starts to sob, but luckily remembers, perhaps he rust, and so dried his tear in the Dorothy apron. Tin indeed collected of Woodman to cry above, recalled fortunately however, that him to rust could, and thus with his tears on the shield Dorothy dried. Of course this was a bad thing for the Scarecrow. Of course this was a bad thing for the espantapájaros. Naturally it was a bad thing for the scarecrow. This of process for the scarecrow the bad thing was. It was natural a bad thing for épouvantail. "I am now worse off than when I first met Dorothy," he thought. " I am now worse of than when first I satisfied Dorothy, " he I thought. " I am now worse in addition to than when I met the first Dorothy time, " thought to him. " I am now worse except, as, if I am met the first Dorothy mark " him thought. " they are defective hour outside than that when in the first place I have come to contact of Dorothy, " he I have thought. "Then, I was stuck on a pole in a cornfield, where I could make-believe scare the crows, at any rate. " then, anyway they beat to me in a post in a maize field, in where it could do-believe scare the crows. " then, I was wedged on a post in a corn field, where I could make-believe alarm the crows, in any case. I the work can believe crow fear " and, as for me with the stick of the sweet corn field of which ratio, it was attached. " That time, I went out to the place and the possibility under manufacturing of believing a crow cowardice it was in the pole, e in the ratio which trembles inside the corn field i defended. But surely there is no use for a Scarecrow stuck on a pole in the middle of a river. But there is surely no use for espantapájaros beaten in a post in the center of a river. But surely there is no use for a scarecrow wedged on a post in the medium of a river. But there is surely no use for Vogelscheuche which is adhered to the medium on a station in a river. But sure not use for one spaventapasseri attacked is on a pole in means of a river. I am afraid I shall never have any brains, after all!" I am scared that never I will have any brain, after all! " I am afraid which I will never have no brain, after all! " To me assuredly the what kind of brain on all next,! " Not being I am the afraid They are frightened that I will not have never some brains, after all! " Down the stream the raft floated, and the poor Scarecrow was left far behind. Under the sequence the floated raft, and of the espantapájaros poor was left behind distant. In bottom of the jet the floated raft, and poor scarecrow was left behind distance. The stream the raft which refloats left and the scarecrow lower part which is poor after being distant from. Down of the throw the swum raft was left and distant from the poor épouvantail behind. Then the Lion said: Then the lion this: Then the lion known as: Then the lion said: Then the lion said: "Something must be done to save us. " something is due to make to save to us. " something must be done to back up us. Something must make in order " to rescue us. " something must complete saves we. I think I can swim to the shore and pull the raft after me, if you will only hold fast to the tip of my tail." I think that I can swim to the border and throw of the raft after me, if you maintain to the extremity of my tail only quickly " I think that I then to swim with the shore and to draw the raft after me, if you will be held only on the end of my tail " Task that can swim to the support and tirarmi the raft, if you will hold only fastly to the tip of my tail " I think I can swim and pulls the wooden raft to the shore in me after, if you tight only holds to my tail is definitely skillful. " So he sprang into the water, and the Tin Woodman caught fast hold of his tail. It loosen so in the water, and the Woodman tin took the grasping fast of its tail. Thus it spouted out in water, and Woodman tin caught the fast catch of its tail. So his resilience enters the water, and tin Woodman seizes his tail fast hold. Thus, it resulted in water, and Woodman tin intercepted a fast influence of its end. Then the Lion began to swim with all his might toward the shore. Then the lion began to swim his yet could towards the border. Then the lion started to swim with the whole his could towards the shore. The that time lion that started the fact that it swims all in the coast. Then the lion everything which that causing れ is not the swimming ぎ began in coastal one. It was hard work, although he was so big; but by and by they were drawn out of the current, and then Dorothy took the Tin Woodman's long pole and helped push the raft to the land. It was hard work, although it was so great; but they were drawn up time of the current shortly, and later Dorothy took to the Woodman tin the long post and helped to push the raft to the track. It was hard work, although it was so large; but sometimes they were drawn out of the current, and then Dorothy took with Woodman tin the long post and helped the push the raft with the ground. It was hard job, even if he was therefore large; but they have been dissipated in short from the current and then Dorothy has taken to the latta Woodman the long pole and has helped the push the raft to the earth. This is 坚苦 the work, although he are very big; But they are very quickly drawn outside the tidal current, and Dorothy needed the jar Woodman long pole and then the help pushes this wooden raft to the land. They were all tired out when they reached the shore at last and stepped off upon the pretty green grass, and they also knew that the stream had carried them a long way past the road of yellow brick that led to the Emerald City. They were all tired towards outside when they reached the border in the last and they walked dull on the pretty green grass, and also knew that the sequence had taken a long way to them beyond the way of the yellow brick that that one lead to the city emerald. They all were tired outside when they reached the shore finally and took a step except function on pretty green grass, and they also knew that the jet had carried them a long path after the road of yellow brick that that led to the green city. They were all tired outside when they have caught up the support to the last one and have made a step outside on the graceful green grass and equally they have known that the flow had transported them a long way beyond the road of the mattone that yellow that one has lead to the green city emerald. The long method of passing the road of the yellow brick where those that led the flow to the emerald city carrying being last, when it reached to the seashore, walked in the grass of clean green, in addition having known as for those becoming tired entirely. "What shall we do now?" asked the Tin Woodman, as the Lion lay down on the grass to let the sun dry him. " what now we do? " it requested the Woodman tin, as the lion places in the grass left to the dry sun he. " what we make now? " asked Woodman tin, as the lion fix on grass left the dry sun it. " Something does as for us now?" In order for the lion it permitted him to put the sun which is dried with the grass, the tin Woodman was asked. " what must, we make now? ", Woodman required around the tin how the lion on grass let the dry sun fix to him. "We must get back to the road, in some way," said Dorothy. " we must obtain to the way again, of a certain way, " said to Dorothy. " we must obtain again with the road, in an unspecified way, " said Dorothy. " We faced each other the back back, must get, el E for " it talked the Dorothy inside method. " we must obtain of new to the road, in some way, " has said Dorothy. "The best plan will be to walk along the riverbank until we come to the road again," remarked the Lion. " the best plan will be to cross throughout riverbank until we come again to the way, " the lion commented. " the best plan will be to go along the riverbank until we still came to the road, " noticed the lion. " the better program will be than to walk along the riverbank until that we still do not come to the road, " it has found the lion. " this best plan is walks along riverbank until our background, " states the lion again. So, when they were rested, Dorothy picked up her basket and they started along the grassy bank, to the road from which the river had carried them. Therefore, when they were reclined, Dorothy gathered her basket and began throughout the grassy battery, to the way of which the river had taken it. Thus, when they were rested, Dorothy took his basket and they started along the grassy bank, with the road of which the river had carried them. When those go to bed, so, the Dorothy chose her basket, started alongside the bank where the grass grows thick, the river carried those to the road. So, when they rest, Dorothy picks up her basket and they starts along to like the grass bank, satisfies the need this river delivers them. It was a lovely country, with plenty of flowers and fruit trees and sunshine to cheer them, and had they not felt so sorry for the poor Scarecrow, they could have been very happy. It was a charming country, with a pile of flowers and trees frutals and the sun to animate them, and it had them did not feel so grieved by the espantapájaros poor, they could have been very happy. It was a beautiful country, with the abundance of the trees of flower and fruit-lofts and the sun to encourage them, and had them not felt so sorry for the poor scarecrow, they could have been very happy. This is one lovable country, plentifully cheers them with the flower and the fruit tree and the sunlight, with has them is not the feeling very is sorry for the bad straw person, they can be extremely happy. The flower or the fruit tree or those vigor the country whose Sawayama of the sunlight which is attached is beautiful, there are no those to that, you felt, perhaps it was regrettably and very happy because of the very bad scarecrow where it was. They walked along as fast as they could, Dorothy only stopping once to pick a beautiful flower; and after a time the Tin Woodman cried out: "Look!" They crossed ahead as quickly as they could, Dorothy who stopped only once to choose a beautiful flower; and after a time the Woodman tin shouted towards outside: " watched! " They went length as quickly as they could, Dorothy ceasing only one time selecting a beautiful flower; and after one moment Woodman tin cried outside: " glance! " **time-out** do when they, beautiful flower choose for the sake of to one degree stop do be Dorothy simply fast walk; And as for the tin the Woodman you shouted after the time: " Glance! " It to go thus quickly, like being able to him, Dorothy who only one time stops, for beautiful flower to choose; and after a time tin cried outside of Woodman: " seen! ", Then they all looked at the river and saw the Scarecrow perched upon his pole in the middle of the water, looking very lonely and sad. Then they watched all the river and they saw that the espantapájaros perched on its post in the center of the water, seeming very single and sad. Then they looked very at the river and saw that the scarecrow perched on its post in the medium of water, looking at very isolated and sad. They then considered completely the river and saw that Vogelscheuche looked in the medium very solitairement and sadly after its station in water perched and. That time they the river the report scarecrow to being lonely entirely quite with the enemy, and inside the scandal center which tries to be sad the perched thing pwass in his pole c. "What can we do to save him?" asked Dorothy. " what can we make to save it? " asked Dorothy. " what can make us to back up it? " Dorothy requested. " that what can we make for salvarlo? " to asked Dorothy. What is " possible we does saves his?" Dorothy which asks. The Lion and the Woodman both shook their heads, for they did not know. The lion and the Woodman both sacudarieron their heads, because they did not know. The lion and Woodman both shook their heads, because they did not know. The lion and the Woodman both have churned their witness, since they have not known. The lion and the Woodman shook the both their head, because knowledge and others it was not. So they sat down upon the bank and gazed wistfully at the Scarecrow until a Stork flew by, who, upon seeing them, stopped to rest at the water's edge. They seated so down on the battery and watched wistfully in the espantapájaros until a stork flew close, that, on seeing them, stopped to recline in the edge of the water. Thus they are sitted on the bank and looked at wistfully the scarecrow until a stork stole close, which, by seeing them, ceased resting at the edge of water. Like that they are eat-eat themselves in the bank and wistfully realistic saw épouvantail, until a stork close flew, to that, by seeing stopped resting itself at the edge of the water. So until Saturday you lowered those in the bank, like this taking flew, after looking at those, the wistfully being looked the scarecrow, it stopped in order to go to bed in the edge of the water. "Who are you and where are you going?" asked the Stork. " who you are you and where are you who you go? " he asked the stork. " which is you and where be you active? " asked the stork. Who " are you and are you go?" Place asks 鹳. " who are you, and where are you going? " required of the stork. "I am Dorothy," answered the girl, "and these are my friends, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion; and we are going to the Emerald City." " I am Dorothy, " answered the girl, " and these are my friends, the Woodman tin and the cowardly lion; and we go to the city emerald " " I am Dorothy, " answered the girl, " and they are my friends, Woodman tin and the loose lion; and we go to the green city " " I am of Dorothy, " answered the girl, " and with this one am my friends, Woodman tin and Cowardly lion; and we go to the town of emerald ", " I are Dorothy, " reply this girl, " and these are my friend, tin Woodman and the coward lion; And we are going to the emerald city. " "This isn't the road," said the Stork, as she twisted her long neck and looked sharply at the queer party. " this one is not the way, " said the stork, because it twisted her long neck and watched the rare party sostenidamente. " it is not the road, " said the stork, because it twisted its long neck and looked at the strange part abruptly. " this is not the road, " has said the cicogna, poichè it has twisted its long neck and has observed acutely the strange party. " You doubted she her is long, being to look at the strange party clearly, this the road, " is not, you were like this taking. "I know it," returned Dorothy, "but we have lost the Scarecrow, and are wondering how we shall get him again." " I know, " returned Dorothy to it, " only we there are lost the espantapájaros, and it is being wondered how we will obtain another time to it " " I know it, " turned over Dorothy, " but destroyed us the scarecrow, and wonders how we will still obtain it " " I know it, " returns Dorothy, " only we lost the straw person, with wanted to know how we will obtain him again. " " I know it, " turned over Dorothy, " have us however Vogelscheuche and astonishes, like us of maintenance him re+ ", "Where is he?" asked the Stork. " where he is he? " it asked the stork. " where is it? " asked the stork. " is his?" Place asks 鹳. " It is a place, all he? " The Stork it asked. "Over there in the river," answered the little girl. " back in the river, " it answered the small girl. " over there in the river, " answered the small girl. " there, in the river, " the small girl answered. " here in the river, " it has answered to the small girl. "If he wasn't so big and heavy I would get him for you," remarked the Stork. " if it were not so great and heavy he would obtain it for you, " you commented the stork. " if it were not also large and heavy I would obtain it for you, " noticed the stork. When " he was not anh, it is like that it is not with it is not it went out and and and when, " the Stork it paid attention. " if it not also largely and heavily would be I it received for you " noticed the stork. "He isn't heavy a bit," said Dorothy eagerly, "for he is stuffed with straw; and if you will bring him back to us, we shall thank you ever and ever so much." " it is not heavy a bit, " said Dorothy ardently, " for He is stuffed straw; and if you will again bring it to us, we will always thank you never and so much " " He for that it is not heavy with the bit straw, " the Dorothy, " is plugged enthusiastically was said; If and you accompany him in us and return, as for us and in you who appreciate so. " " it is not heavily a bit " said Dorothy sehnlichst " for He with the straw is full-plugged; and, if you will bring again it to us, we will thank you never and always so much " "Well, I'll try," said the Stork, "but if I find he is too heavy to carry I shall have to drop him in the river again." " well, I will try, " said the stork, " but if encounter he is too heavy to take to me it will have to fall it in the river another time " " well, I will test, " said the stork, " but if I find it is too heavy to carry to me will have to still slacken it in the river " " It means well, I will try, " the Stork, " it talked, when to go out it discovers but, in order the carrying which will carry he will be wrong inside the too much heavy river, again thwu will do to do the lower limit thing. " " well, I, test " said Storch, ", but, if I find, it is too heavy, me to carry must in the river still give up it ", So the big bird flew into the air and over the water till she came to where the Scarecrow was perched upon his pole. The great bird flew so in the air and concluído the water until it came to where perched was the espantapájaros on its post. Thus the large bird flew in the air and above water until it came with where the scarecrow was perched on its post. So, the large bird flies to air, the scarecrow it is she comes to the place where with the cartridge the water in that stick the perched excess. Thus, the large bird flew in the air and on water, until it returns, where Vogelscheuche was, perched after its station. Then the Stork with her great claws grabbed the Scarecrow by the arm and carried him up into the air and back to the bank, where Dorothy and the Lion and the Tin Woodman and Toto were sitting. Later the stork with its great claws grasped the espantapájaros by the arm and it took it for above in the air and again to the battery, in where Dorothy and the lion and the tin Woodman and Toto seated. Then the stork with its large claws seized the scarecrow by the arm and carried upwards in the air and again to the bank, where Dorothy and the lion and tin Woodman and Toto sat down. Then the cicogna with its large claws it has seized the spaventapasseri from the arm and it has transported it in on in the air and of new to the bank, in which Dorothy and the lion and the latta Woodman and Toto were sedendosi. When the Scarecrow found himself among his friends again, he was so happy that he hugged them all, even the Lion and Toto; and as they walked along he sang "Tol-de-ri-de-oh!" at every step, he felt so gay. When the espantapájaros were again between their friends, it was so happy that it embraced all, even the lion and the Toto; and as they crossed ahead he sang " Tol-of-ri-of-tol-of-ri-of-oh! " in each passage of progression, it felt so glad. When the scarecrow was among his/her friends still, it was so happy that it has them étreints all, even the lion and the Louse; and while they went length it sang " Tol-Of-laugh-Of-cOh! " with each stage, it felt so merry. If épouvantail still among his friends it were it was so lucky that it has it étreints all, even the lion and the Toto; and, during they went the length it sung to " Tol De ri De OH! " at each stage it felt so merry. When Vogelscheuche among his/her friends was again, it that it embraced it all, even the lion and the Louse were so happy; and while they went, it sang " OH of -! ", with each stage of employment it felt so homosexual. "I was afraid I should have to stay in the river forever," he said, "but the kind Stork saved me, and if I ever get any brains I shall find the Stork again and do her some kindness in return." " I was scared if she must remain in the river by always, " he said, " only the good stork saved to me, and if with himself always some brains I will find the stork again and will make one their certain amiability in return " " I was afraid I if must remain in the river for always, " he said, " but the pleasant stork backed up me, and if I never obtain brains I will still find the stork and will make its kindness in the return " If if " " he said had to be restricted to the river permanently, I feared me, if you obtain with any brain, " the rescuing っ it is, me, me for the second time to find the kind like this taking, instead of taking like this her kindness. " " I had to me a fear, if in the river for always remaining to have you " said ", " him, " friendly Storch however ensured me and if I receive indeed brains, I regain Storch and corner his friendship in Rueckkehr. ", "That's all right," said the Stork, who was flying along beside them. " that all correct one, " said the stork, that it flew ahead next to them. " which is tou' exact, " said the stork, which stole length close to them. " that has precisely, " said Storch which stole the long one in addition to them. " who is exact tou ' " said the stork, which stole the length in the proximity from them. "I always like to help anyone in trouble. " I always has taste to help any person in hardship. " I always like to help no matter whom in the trouble. " i may always help everyone in the problem. " I always like helping any person to trouble. But I must go now, for my babies are waiting in the nest for me. But I must now go, because my babies are waiting for in the hierarchy me. But I must go now, because my babies await in fitment me. But I must hour to go, since my children are attending in the nest me. But I must now go, because my babies in the insertion wait me. I hope you will find the Emerald City and that Oz will help you." I hope that you find the city emerald and that ounce will help him " I hope that you will find the city green and this ounce will help you " I hope that you find the city green emerald and that ounce will help them " "Thank you," replied Dorothy, and then the kind Stork flew into the air and was soon out of sight. " thanks, " answered Dorothy, and later the good stork flew in the air and was soon outside Vista. " thank you, " answered Dorothy, and then the pleasant stork flew in the air and was soon out of sight. " It will be extensive, thank, " the Dorothy to reply, that time it flew the Stork air conduit which is kind and early forgotten it was. answered Dorothy " thanks ", and then the love-worth stork flew to air and was soon outside of the view. They walked along listening to the singing of the brightly colored birds and looking at the lovely flowers which now became so thick that the ground was carpeted with them. They crossed throughout listening to sing of the birds shiningly colored and to watch the charming flowers that now got to be so heavy that the Earth was carpeted with them. They went along listening to the song of the birds brillamment coloured and looking at the beautiful flowers which now became so thick that the ground was papered with them. They walk along listen attentively sing brightly the bird which colors and look the now the very changes thick lovable coloured ground carpet and they. They have walked along listening to the song of the shiningly colorful birds and watching the beautiful flowers that hour have become therefore thick that the earth has been covered with they. There were big yellow and white and blue and purple blossoms, besides great clusters of scarlet poppies, which were so brilliant in color they almost dazzled Dorothy's eyes. There were great and white yellow and blue flowers and purples, in addition to great clusters of the poppies of the scarlet, that were so shining in color which almost the eyes of Dorothy dazzled. There were great yellow and white and blue flowers and crimsons, without counting that large batteries of the poppies of scarlet, which were if brilliant colors which they almost shone of the eyes of Dorothy. There were large yellow and dummy key and blue and pure-pure flowers, without counting that large batteries of the scarlet poppies, which were, if shining in colours, which shone it almost from the eyes of Dorothy. Has the big yellow and the white and the blue color and the purple blossoms, besides the ape red opium great group, is very brilliantly nearly causes the color in them which Dorothy eye item dazzles. "Aren't they beautiful?" the girl asked, as she breathed in the spicy scent of the bright flowers. " they are not beautiful? " the girl requested, because she breathed in the sharp scent of the shining flowers. " are not they beautiful? " the girl asked, because it breathed in the spiced perfume of the luminous flowers. " they are not beautiful? " the girl required, because her in the peppered perfume of the lighting up flowers breathed. " is not their beautiful?" This girl requests, because she breathe in the bright flower's spicy smell. "I suppose so," answered the Scarecrow. " I suppose therefore, " answered the espantapájaros. " I suppose thus, " answered the scarecrow. " I the supposition so, " reply the straw the person. " I take so on " to épouvantail answered. "When I have brains, I shall probably like them better." " when I have brains, probably I will have taste of better them " " when I have brains, I will like them probably better " " when I have brains, probably I will appreciate them better " When " there is a brain in me, I those which perhaps are liked am better. " "If I only had a heart, I should love them," added the Tin Woodman. " if it had only a heart, I must love them, " I added the Woodman tin. " if I had only one heart, I should like them, " added Woodman tin. " if I had only one interior, I should like it, " added the tin to of Woodman. " if I only have the heart, I should love them, " increase tin Woodman. "I always did like flowers," said the Lion. " I always had taste of the flowers, " said the lion. " I always liked flowers, " said the lion. " I always like the flower, the " lion say. " I liked the flower always, " it was the lion. "They of seem so helpless and frail. " they look like so desamparados and fragile. " they of seem if forsaken and frail. " they of seem fragile so abandoned and. " they seem if without resources and frail. But there are none in the forest so bright as these." But there is no in the as shining forest as these " But there is of it none in the so luminous forest as the latter " But us ne they are not in the luminous forest therefore like these " But does not have in this forest very bright elephant these. " They now came upon more and more of the big scarlet poppies, and fewer and fewer of the other flowers; and soon they found themselves in the midst of a great meadow of poppies. Now they came on more and more from the great poppies of the scarlet, and less and less of the other flowers; and soon they were in means of a great meadow of poppies. They now came on more and more from the large poppies from scarlet, and less and less of the other flowers; and soon they were in the medium of large pre poppies. They came now on ever more large scarlet poppies and fewer and fewer than the other flowers; and soon they in the center of a large meadow of the poppies were. They the big scarlet poppy more and more, and now came to the fewer and the fewer of that outside flower,; And they middle of the company one pool field of the poppy ang discovered early inside. Now it is well known that when there are many of these flowers together their odor is so powerful that anyone who breathes it falls asleep, and if the sleeper is not carried away from the scent of the flowers, he sleeps on and on forever. Well it is known now that when there are many of these flowers together its scent is so long-range that low any person who breathes it slept, and if the sleeper does not take of the scent of the flowers, he to duer to me ignited and ignited by always. Now it is well-known that when there are several of these flowers together their odor either so powerful that no matter who who breathes it tomb in sleep, and if the sleeper is not carried a perfume of the flowers, it sleeps indefinitely for always. Now it are well-known when has together many these spend them the smell very powerful any person to breathe it falls rests, and if this sleep does not lose control from coloured smell, he forever sleep do not stop. If the person where everyone sleeps was not carried away from the smell of the flower, that you breathe you slept, it goes down, as for him when being many simultaneous of these flowers of the extent which sleeps permanently steadily as for the odor thing now is powerful that is famous. But Dorothy did not know this, nor could she get away from the bright red flowers that were everywhere about; so presently her eyes grew heavy and she felt she must sit down to rest and to sleep. But Dorothy did not know this, nor could she obtain far from the shining red flowers that were throughout around; their eyes grew so at the moment heavy and it felt that she must seat down to recline and to sleep. But Dorothy did not know this, nor could it obtain far from the luminous red flowers which were everywhere approximately; so much currently its eyes grew heavy and it felt that it must sit down to rest and sleep. But the Dorothy did not know this, as for her was approximately anywhere it is possible to obtain from the brightly red flower,; So, presently as for her eye the growth ち, she goes to bed heavily and must sit down in order to sleep, she felt that. But Dorothy has not understood this, can she obtain from is everywhere about bright red flower; Her eye that at present grows heavily and she feels she must sit down rest and sleep. But the Tin Woodman would not let her do this. But the Woodman tin would not let it do this. But Woodman tin would not let it do this. But chief Woodman, her this, it will not make, theyn the place. But tin Woodman has not let her do this. "We must hurry and get back to the road of yellow brick before dark," he said; and the Scarecrow agreed with him. " we must hurry and to obtain again to the way of the yellow brick before darkness, " he said; and the espantapájaros agreed with him. " we must hurry and to obtain again with the road of yellow brick before the darkness, " he said; and the scarecrow agree with him. " we must hurry and of return to the road of yellow brick before darkness to receive, " let us have says him; and Vogelscheuche convenument with him. " We must press, the yellow brick it faced each other the back back before darkness, et the flag it respected, " he talked,; And the scarecrow agreed in him. So they kept walking until Dorothy could stand no longer. They kept crossing so until Dorothy could be unemployed not more length. Thus they continued to go until Dorothy could be held more. Thus, they held to go, until Dorothy cannot be any more. So they continue to walk can no longer stand until Dorothy. Her eyes closed in spite of herself and she forgot where she was and fell among the poppies, fast asleep. Their eyes were closed in spite of and she forgot of where she was and she fell between the poppies, slept fast. Its eyes were closed in spite of itself and it forgot where it was and fell among the poppies, in fast sleep. Her eye in spite even in her herself it closes, she between the poppy the あ り, time is as for her, is fast somewhere is, you slept, you forgot. Her eye shut down unexpectedly manages herself and she forgets where she were and tumble inside the opium, fast rested. "What shall we do?" asked the Tin Woodman. " what we do? " it requested the Woodman tin. " what we make? " asked Woodman tin. " What it does at description below does us? " It asked chief Woodman. " that what we make? " the latta Woodman has asked. "If we leave her here she will die," said the Lion. " if we left it here she will die, " said the lion. " if we leave it here she will die, " said the lion. " if we leave it here morirà, " it has said the lion. When " we from here leave her, she will die, " it talked the lion. "The smell of the flowers is killing us all. " the scent of the flowers is slaughter we all. " the odor of the flowers is massacre us all. The " flower's smell is kills us completely. " the odore of the flowers is killing we all. I myself can scarcely keep my eyes open, and the dog is asleep already." Same I can as soon as to maintain my awares been on, and the dog is slept already " I myself can hardly not maintain my eyes opened, and the dog is in sleep already " i cannot maintain hardly my open eyes, and the dog already is in sleep " Same I it can scarcely maintain my eyes open and the dog is already addormentato. " It was true; Toto had fallen down beside his little mistress. It was truth; Toto had fallen down next to its small lover. It was true; Louse had fallen to the bottom close to its small mistress. It was vivid,; The Toto him trembles lower part in the side of the small housewife, cyess ess c. It was true; Toto was in the proximity of its small Maetresse pleases downward. But the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman, not being made of flesh, were not troubled by the scent of the flowers. But the espantapájaros and the Woodman tin, not being done of the meat, were not worried about the scent of the flowers. But the scarecrow and Woodman tin, not being made about flesh, were not worried by the perfume of the flowers. But the spaventapasseri and the latta Woodman, not being making of the meat, have not been disturbed from the scent of the flowers. But the scarecrow or the tin Woodman not having consisted of the meat, you were not troubled by the smell of the flower. "Run fast," said the Scarecrow to the Lion, "and get out of this deadly flower bed as soon as you can. " it ejecútese quickly, " it said the espantapájaros to the lion, " and as soon as leaves this mortal bed of the flower you you can. " carry out quickly, " said the scarecrow to the lion, " and leave this mortal bed of flower as soon as you can. " to work fastly, " it has said the spaventapasseri to the lion, " and to exit of this mortal base of the flower not as soon as you can. " fast runs, " said to the lion straw person, " and exits this is fatal 花床 works as you can. We will bring the little girl with us, but if you should fall asleep you are too big to be carried." We will bring to the small girl with us, but if you she falls slept you are too great to be taken " We will bring the small girl with us, but if you fall in sleep you are too tall to be carried " We will bring the little girl with us, but if you will be supposed to tumble rests you is too greatly delivers. " We will carry the small girl with, but if you fall addormentato you are too much large being transported " So the Lion aroused himself and bounded forward as fast as he could go. The lion awoke so and limited ahead as quickly as it could go. Thus the lion awoke and binds ahead as quickly as it could go. So the lion arouses and equally fast the certain now afterimage he can go. So the lion has itself and binds forward also fast waked, as it could go. In a moment he was out of sight. In a while it was outside Vista. In one moment it was out of sight. He forgotten was inside moment. In the moment he are outside the sight. "Let us make a chair with our hands and carry her," said the Scarecrow. " we make a chair with our hands and to take it, " said the espantapájaros. " let us make a chair with our hands and to carry it, " said the scarecrow. " you make a chair with our hands, and it said to carry " épouvantail. " lets us do one chair and delivers her with ours hand, the " straw person said. So they picked up Toto and put the dog in Dorothy's lap, and then they made a chair with their hands for the seat and their arms for the arms and carried the sleeping girl between them through the flowers. They gathered Toto so and they put the dog in the lap of Dorothy, and later they made a chair with its hands for the seat and its arms for the arms and took to the sleeping girl among them through the flowers. Thus they took Toto and put the dog in recovery of Dorothy, and then they made a chair with their hands for the seat and their arms for the arms and carried the girl of sleep between them by the flowers. They will sharp pains comfort Toto like this and the dog they will let for a that time eight the seat and for they eight in they hands they will cut, inside Dorothy's lap, it manufactured and between they it carried the girl who sleeps in the flower. So they pick up Toto and put this dog in the Dorothy knee department, and they made one chair with theirs hand for the seat and their arm the girl which and then the delivery slept for the arm between them by way of the flower. On and on they walked, and it seemed that the great carpet of deadly flowers that surrounded them would never end. In and ignited they crossed, and it looked like that the great carpet of the mortal flowers that never surrounded them would finish. Indefinitely they went, and it seemed that the large carpet of the flowers mortals which surrounded them would not never finish. Indéfiniment went it, and it has to seem that the large carpet of the deadly flowers, which surrounded it would never terminate. They do not stop walk, and looks like surrounds their fatal flower the great rug never finished. They followed the bend of the river, and at last came upon their friend the Lion, lying fast asleep among the poppies. They followed the curve of the river, and in the last they came on its friend the lion, lying quickly sleepy between the poppies. They followed the curve of the river, and finally came on their friend the lion, being quickly in sleep among the poppies. They follow this river curved, with finally comes in theirs friend lion, fast lies rests inside the opium. They followed the closed loop of the river and finally came after their friend the lion and were fast sleeping under the flowers of poppy. The flowers had been too strong for the huge beast and he had given up at last, and fallen only a short distance from the end of the poppy bed, where the sweet grass spread in beautiful green fields before them. The flowers had been too strong for the enormous beast and it had given for above in the last, and had only fallen one short distance of the end of the bed of the poppy, where the sweet grass separated in beautiful green fields before them. The flowers had been too strong for the enormous animal and it had given to the top finally, and had fallen only one short distance from the end of the bed of poppy, where the soft grass extended in beautiful green fields before them. The flowers were too strong for the enormous animal, and it had upward finally given and only a shortest distance of the end of the poppy bed had fallen, where the tender grass expanded within beautiful green areas before them. The flower it was strong excessively for the enormous animal, it spread in the green field where the sweet grass where, he gave, being last, close interval fell simply from the edge of the bed of the ti, is beautiful before those. "We can do nothing for him," said the Tin Woodman, sadly; "for he is much too heavy to lift. " we cannot do nothing for him, " said the Woodman tin, sadly; " for him he is much too heavy to raise. " we can not do anything for him, " said Woodman tin, sadly; " for He is much too heavy to raise itself. " we can not fargli nothing for, " has said the latta Woodman, sadly; " for it is a lot too much heavy in order to raise. " we can nothing make for him, ", tin said sadly of Woodman,; " it is necessary to raise him much too with difficulty. We must leave him here to sleep on forever, and perhaps he will dream that he has found courage at last." We must leave it here to the dream ignited by always, and perhaps he will dream that he has found value in the last one " We must leave it here with the sleep in function for always, and perhaps it will dream that it found courage finally " We must stay behind his here for the sleep forever, and perhaps he dreamed he discover the courage final. " If we do not leave him here permanently in sleep, to become, he being last, the Isamu air. " Finding perhaps he looks at dream "I'm sorry," said the Scarecrow. " I am grieved, " said the espantapájaros. " I am sorry, " said the scarecrow. " I am deeply betruebt " said épouvantail. " I are sorry, the " straw person said. "The Lion was a very good comrade for one so cowardly. " the lion was a very good comrade for one so cowardly one. " the lion was a very good comrade for loose Si. " the lion was a very good comrade for a so loose. " the lion was thus a very good comrade for cowardly of. But let us go on." Pero déjenos continues " But leave continue to us " Make but us above going. " But permit it continues us. " They carried the sleeping girl to a pretty spot beside the river, far enough from the poppy field to prevent her breathing any more of the poison of the flowers, and here they laid her gently on the soft grass and waited for the fresh breeze to waken her. They took to the sleeping girl to a pretty point next to the river, far of the field of the poppy to prevent the one enough that breathed more of the poison of the flowers, and here smoothly they put it in the smooth grass and waited for the fresh breeze waken. They carried the girl of sleep to a pretty spot close to the river, enough far from the zone of poppy to prevent it breathing more of the poison of the flowers, and here they gently extended it on soft grass and awaited the fresh breeze waken there. When what is the poison of the flower Hu hup it does more, in order to close her they your nothing carried the girl who from poppy field in the lecture side sleeps in the pretty spot, far, from here in the pool where it is soft her it was gentle and they put and and waken her the freshness one breeze they waited. They have transported the girl addormentata to a graceful point to the side of the river, enough far away from the field of the poppy for evitarli that other of the poison of the flowers breathes and here they have placed it delicately on the grass motivatings force and have waited for the fresh breeze waken she.