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100 WC #4

One day I was cooking and I got a tiny spoonful to taste it
It needed more vinegar
I added some and drank from the spoon again
It still needed more vinegar
So I repeated over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
And over and over
Until I realised I had been drinking from the same spoonful
So I dumped that spoonful
And got another


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