The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 5 (September 1, 1929)
Whustle it Back
Whustle it Back.
Tammas was out walking with his dog, and in passing a butcher's shop, the dog helped itself to a sausage and ran fast for home. Out came the butcher, and, addressing Tammas, asked:
“Is that your dog?”
“It was my dog,” replied Tammas, “but it's daen for itsel’ noo.”
“Whustle it back, then,” retorted the butcher; “it's awa' wi' a sausage.”
“Whustle yer sausage back,” replied Tammas.
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