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ふれいあ🎖10/28ナゴコスいるよ🙆‍♀️ Aug 14
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Ag Sep 24
Happy Birthday Champ 🤘🍾🎂 Better days will come, believe in it 💪🔥💙
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Charlie♎️ 14 Oct 17
A little taste of heaven💕🤸🏼‍♂️✨ #10.09🔥
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Stefano Dec 4
I never realized embarrassment was a trendy kind of emotion. (1381) My mind is blown as to how dumb people can earn a couple of cons $465 in one night, especially considering that EVERYONE hated it. Although Huck is skeptical, the money keeps them together.
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Leila Dec 4
"If he didn't shut it up powerful quick, he'd lose a lie, every time" This is such an accurate description of and Jim, the duke, the king, and literally everyone else because THEY'RE ALL LIARS!
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Maddie C Dec 5
Jim was he is asking "de Lord God Amighty forgive po' ole Jim" (1384).
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Will Dec 4
When the show is really short and that's all that it is.
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Ethan Dec 4
The Duke and King continue to basically scam people out of money. 465$ for basically a subpar performance. On page 1381 the crowd sings out “sold” (cheated) (1381-1382)
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Rory Dec 4
One time when Jim is taking Huck's night shift, Huck wakes up to Jim was "moaning and mourning to himself"(1383). Jim then goes on to talk about his daughter, "'Lizabeth".
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Paul Dec 11
"de Lord God Almighty fogive po' ole Jim, kaze he never gwyne to fogive hisself as long's he live!" Huck's realization that the woman was deaf and dumb shows that he is understanding and religious, going against stereotypes.
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Megan Cassada 13 Oct 17
watching the WeRateDogs Snapchat everyday serves as my tension release #301
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Mac Dec 4
Don't cheat an angry crowd, they will attack (1381)
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Mac Dec 4
When Huck learns about Jim's family (1383)
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Hailey Dec 4
“Jim didn’t call me when it was my turn. He often done that”(1383) Does Jim truly care about Huck?
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Brianna Dec 6
We see how Huck views Jim as someone responsible for him even if he doesn't voice it. Jim is constantly looking out for little Huck. "I went to sleep, and Jim didn't call me when it was my turn. He often done that."
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Rory Dec 4
Jim usually takes Huck's shift for night watch when Huck is tired(1366 and 1383). Jim also sometimes doesn't wake Huck up when it is his turn. This shows the ever growing friendship and loyalty Jim has towards Huck.
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katy Dec 5
Huck surprisingly knows a bit about the English monarchy's history even though what he says may not be credible. Where did he learn all this information? Did he actually pay attn in school pg1382
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Justin Dec 4
“I went to sleep and Jim didn’t call me when it was my turn. He often done that.” (1383) This quote illustrates how Jim and Huck are suppose to take shifts for watch but Jim always takes both the shifts . This shows that maybe Jim truly does care about Huck.
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Wilson Dec 6
Huck is genuinely touched by Jim's sadness, which is caused by him being away from his family. He begins to think that Jim, "cares as much for his people as white folks does their'n" (pg.1383). Huck is beginning to realize that Jim is a human, just like himself.
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Alena Dec 6
I’m surprised they made money with the play. Will this encourage Huck to keep making money?
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