By Charles Dickens
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H e smiled at his uncle. "Of course it is. Uncle! I knew that you couldn't really believe that Christmas was h u m b u g . " Scrooge sat with his family and their friends and had a lovely dinner. They ate, they drank, they sang and they laughed. When it was d m e to play the Yes-No game, Scrooge was the one who mimed himself! Everyone laughed and had lots of f u n . Nobody could believe that Scrooge was the same man they knew before. " Scrooge looked at Fred's smiling face for a long time. "Yes, my dear nephew, I know it is.
Uncle! I knew that you couldn't really believe that Christmas was h u m b u g . " Scrooge sat with his family and their friends and had a lovely dinner. They ate, they drank, they sang and they laughed. When it was d m e to play the Yes-No game, Scrooge was the one who mimed himself! Everyone laughed and had lots of f u n . Nobody could believe that Scrooge was the same man they knew before. " Scrooge looked at Fred's smiling face for a long time. "Yes, my dear nephew, I know it is. I was not a good uncle to you or your wife.