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  1. Is it just me or are the "s"es in toaster too big? I was able to read it but only after I tried t-o-p-t-r-p and decided that just didn't make any sense.

    Or am I just too "sheltered" after reading the perfect plates in the textbooks?

  2. The "p" finishes slightly below the line (the beginning of the "t"), whereas the s ends on the line. The characters in the cartoon are bigger than usual, but if you think of the proportions, it should make sense. Also, look at the "p" in "repairman" and the "f" in "fix."

  3. "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" is part of a children's rhyme in English, used for choosing people to play a game as part of a team. The child would point at each kid while reciting each syllable the rhyme, and the kid pointed by the last syllable would be thrown out of the team.

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