"Well, gentlemen," said he, "I'm off
, you see; and, if you will examine my passport when I get back, you will be able to judge whether I have accomplished the journey agreed upon."
for a tramp in the park," announced Phil, tossing her book aside.
"Well, I'll spend a month or two with you, and then I'm off
, too!" cried the Saw-Horse, turning and prancing with agitation; "for my wood is so dry it would burn like kindlings."
!" I broke the seal with a great effort-- so great a one that I was a long time coming to it; took the unopened missive at last up to my room and only attacked it just before going to bed.
I then open the panel of the bridge, carefully shut till then; I mast it, hoist my sail, take my oars, and I'm off
to seek it for you, and that itself will show you if I speak at random.
to the wars For the want of pence, Oh, had I but money I'd show more sense.
However, I'm off
now once for all: I like your cow now a great deal better than this smart beast that played me this trick, and has spoiled my best coat, you see, in this puddle; which, by the by, smells not very like a nosegay.
"I'll give her the ten minutes and then I'm off
," he muttered, and then aloud to the Prince: "I'll join you in confounding all clocks, my friend, and throw in women, too."
If you won't let me go in for the army - I could pass my exams to-morrow - I'm off
. I'll enlist without waiting for the war.
I'm come to receive your congratulations and bid you good-by; and then I'm off
for Paris, Rome, Naples, Switzerland, London--oh, dear!
I love to read the history pages from back in the day I read the good stories and bad stories and have your say But I'm on the final page now, I've had a good look So now i've finished today's ECHO, now i'm off
to read a book MAB, Wavertree
to Amsterdam to visit my nephew and planned to see the famous tulip fields at Keukenhof.
The former Miss Ireland Universe winner, who has opened up about a fear of flying in the past, said: "Can't believe I'm saying this but I'm off