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【MRXB-005】マルクス2017年上半期スーパーBEST8時間収録!!

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【MRXB-005】マルクス2017年上半期スーパーBEST8時間収録!! �


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Thoughtheywereminebefore.

Twinkle,twinkle--"'HeretheDormouseshookitself,andbegansinginginitssleep`Twinkle,twinkle,twinkle,twinkle--'andwentonsolongthattheyhadtopinchittomakeitstop.`Well,I'dhardlyfinishedthefirstverse,'saidtheHatter,`whentheQueenjumpedupandbawledout,"He'smurderingthetime!Offwithhishead!"'`Howdreadfullysavage!'exclaimedAlice.`Andeversincethat,'theHatterwentoninamournfultone,`hewon'tdoathingIask!It'salwayssixo'clocknow.'AbrightideacameintoAlice'shead.`Isthatthereasonsomanytea-thingsareputouthere?'sheasked.`Yes,that'sit,'saidtheHatterwithasigh:`it'salwaystea-time,andwe'venotimetowashthethingsbetweenwhiles.'`Thenyoukeepmovinground,Isuppose?'saidAlice.`Exactlyso,'saidtheHatter:`asthethingsgetusedup.'`Butwhathappenswhenyoucometothebeginningagain?'Aliceventuredtoask.`Supposewechangethesubject,'theMarchHareinterrupted,yawning.`I'mgettingtiredofthis.Ivotetheyoungladytellsusastory.'`I'mafraidIdon'tknowone,'saidAlice,ratheralarmedattheproposal.`ThentheDormouseshall!'theybothcried.`Wakeup,Dormouse!'Andtheypincheditonbothsidesatonce.TheDormouseslowlyopenedhiseyes.`Iwasn'tasleep,'hesaidinahoarse,feeblevoice:`Iheardeverywordyoufellowsweresaying.'`Tellusastory!'saidtheMarchHare.`Yes,pleasedo!'pleadedAlice.`Andbequickaboutit,'addedtheHatter,`oryou'llbeasleepagainbeforeit'sdone.'`Onceuponatimetherewerethreelittlesisters,'theDormousebeganinagreathurry;`andtheirnameswereElsie,Lacie,andTillie;andtheylivedatthebottomofawell--'`Whatdidtheyliveon?'saidAlice,whoalwaystookagreatinterestinquestionsofeatinganddrinking.`Theylivedontreacle,'saidtheDormouse,afterthinkingaminuteortwo.`Theycouldn'thavedonethat,youknow,'Alicegentlyremarked;`they'dhavebeenill.'`Sotheywere,'saidtheDormouse;`VERYill.'Alicetriedtofancytoherselfwhatsuchanextraordinarywaysoflivingwouldbelike,butitpuzzledhertoomuch,soshewenton:`Butwhydidtheyliveatthebottomofawell?'`Takesomemoretea,'theMarchHaresaidtoAlice,veryearnestly.`I'vehadnothingyet,'Alicerepliedinanoffendedtone,`soIcan'ttakemore.'`Youmeanyoucan'ttakeLESS,'saidtheHatter:`it'sveryeasytotakeMOREthannothing.'`NobodyaskedYOURopinion,'saidAlice.`Who'smakingpersonalremarksnow?'theHatteraskedtriumphantly.Alicedidnotquiteknowwhattosaytothis:soshehelpedherselftosometeaandbread-and-butter,andthenturnedtotheDormouse,andrepeatedherquestion.`Whydidtheyliveatthebottomofawell?'TheDormouseagaintookaminuteortwotothinkaboutit,andthensaid,`Itwasatreacle-well.'`There'snosuchthing!'Alicewasbeginningveryangrily,buttheHatterandtheMarchHarewent`Sh!sh!'andtheDormousesulkilyremarked,`Ifyoucan'tbecivil,you'dbetterfinishthestoryforyourself.'`No,pleasegoon!'Alicesaidveryhumbly;`Iwon'tinterruptagain.IdaresaytheremaybeONE.'`One,indeed!'saidtheDormouseindignantly.However,heconsentedtogoon.`Andsothesethreelittlesisters--theywerelearningtodraw,youknow--'`Whatdidtheydraw?'saidAlice,quiteforgettingherpromise.`Treacle,'saidtheDormouse,withoutconsideringatallthistime.`Iwantacleancup,'interruptedtheHatter:`let'sallmoveoneplaceon.'Hemovedonashespoke,andtheDormousefollowedhim:theMarchHaremovedintotheDormouse'splace,andAliceratherunwillinglytooktheplaceoftheMarchHare.TheHatterwastheonlyonewhogotanyadvantagefromthechange:andAlicewasagooddealworseoffthanbefore,astheMarchHarehadjustupsetthemilk-jugintohisplate.AlicedidnotwishtooffendtheDormouseagain,soshebeganverycautiously:`ButIdon'tunderstand.Wheredidtheydrawthetreaclefrom?'`Youcandrawwateroutofawater-well,'saidtheHatter;`soIshouldthinkyoucoulddrawtreacleoutofatreacle-well--eh,stupid?'`ButtheywereINthewell,'AlicesaidtotheDormouse,notchoosingtonoticethislastremark.`Ofcoursetheywere',saidtheDormouse;`--wellin.'ThisanswersoconfusedpoorAlice,thatshelettheDormousegoonforsometimewithoutinterruptingit.`Theywerelearningtodraw,'theDormousewenton,yawningandrubbingitseyes,foritwasgettingverysleepy;`andtheydrewallmannerofthings--everythingthatbeginswithanM--'`WhywithanM?'saidAlice.`Whynot?'saidtheMarchHare.Alicewassilent.TheDormousehadcloseditseyesbythistime,andwasgoingoffintoadoze;but,onbeingpinchedbytheHatter,itwokeupagainwithalittleshriek,andwenton:`--thatbeginswithanM,suchasmouse-traps,andthemoon,andmemory,andmuchness--youknowyousaythingsare"muchofamuchness"--didyoueverseesuchathingasadrawingofamuchness?'`Really,nowyouaskme,'saidAlice,verymuchconfused,`Idon'tthink--'`Thenyoushouldn'ttalk,'saidtheHatter.ThispieceofrudenesswasmorethanAlicecouldbear:shegotupingreatdisgust,andwalkedoff;theDormousefellasleepinstantly,andneitheroftheotherstooktheleastnoticeofhergoing,thoughshelookedbackonceortwice,halfhopingthattheywouldcallafterher:thelasttimeshesawthem,theyweretryingtoputtheDormouseintotheteapot.`AtanyrateI'llnevergoTHEREagain!'saidAliceasshepickedherwaythroughthewood.`It'sthestupidesttea-partyIeverwasatinallmylife!'Justasshesaidthis,shenoticedthatoneofthetreeshadadoorleadingrightintoit.`That'sverycurious!'shethought.`Buteverything'scurioustoday.IthinkImayaswellgoinatonce.'Andinshewent.Oncemoreshefoundherselfinthelonghall,andclosetothelittleglasstable.`Now,I'llmanagebetterthistime,'shesaidtoherself,andbeganbytakingthelittlegoldenkey,andunlockingthedoorthatledintothegarden.Thenshewenttoworknibblingatthemushroom(shehadkeptapieceofitinherpocket)tillshewasaboutafoothigh:thenshewalkeddownthelittlepassage:andTHEN--shefoundherselfatlastinthebeautifulgarden,amongthebrightflower-bedsandthecoolfountains.

Twinkle,twinkle--"'HeretheDormouseshookitself,andbegansinginginitssleep`Twinkle,twinkle,twinkle,twinkle--'andwentonsolongthattheyhadtopinchittomakeitstop.`Well,I'dhardlyfinishedthefirstverse,'saidtheHatter,`whentheQueenjumpedupandbawledout,"He'smurderingthetime!Offwithhishead!"'`Howdreadfullysavage!'exclaimedAlice.`Andeversincethat,'theHatterwentoninamournfultone,`hewon'tdoathingIask!It'salwayssixo'clocknow.'AbrightideacameintoAlice'shead.`Isthatthereasonsomanytea-thingsareputouthere?'sheasked.`Yes,that'sit,'saidtheHatterwithasigh:`it'salwaystea-time,andwe'venotimetowashthethingsbetweenwhiles.'`Thenyoukeepmovinground,Isuppose?'saidAlice.`Exactlyso,'saidtheHatter:`asthethingsgetusedup.'`Butwhathappenswhenyoucometothebeginningagain?'Aliceventuredtoask.`Supposewechangethesubject,'theMarchHareinterrupted,yawning.`I'mgettingtiredofthis.Ivotetheyoungladytellsusastory.'`I'mafraidIdon'tknowone,'saidAlice,ratheralarmedattheproposal.`ThentheDormouseshall!'theybothcried.`Wakeup,Dormouse!'Andtheypincheditonbothsidesatonce.TheDormouseslowlyopenedhiseyes.`Iwasn'tasleep,'hesaidinahoarse,feeblevoice:`Iheardeverywordyoufellowsweresaying.'`Tellusastory!'saidtheMarchHare.`Yes,pleasedo!'pleadedAlice.`Andbequickaboutit,'addedtheHatter,`oryou'llbeasleepagainbeforeit'sdone.'`Onceuponatimetherewerethreelittlesisters,'theDormousebeganinagreathurry;`andtheirnameswereElsie,Lacie,andTillie;andtheylivedatthebottomofawell--'`Whatdidtheyliveon?'saidAlice,whoalwaystookagreatinterestinquestionsofeatinganddrinking.`Theylivedontreacle,'saidtheDormouse,afterthinkingaminuteortwo.`Theycouldn'thavedonethat,youknow,'Alicegentlyremarked;`they'dhavebeenill.'`Sotheywere,'saidtheDormouse;`VERYill.'Alicetriedtofancytoherselfwhatsuchanextraordinarywaysoflivingwouldbelike,butitpuzzledhertoomuch,soshewenton:`Butwhydidtheyliveatthebottomofawell?'`Takesomemoretea,'theMarchHaresaidtoAlice,veryearnestly.`I'vehadnothingyet,'Alicerepliedinanoffendedtone,`soIcan'ttakemore.'`Youmeanyoucan'ttakeLESS,'saidtheHatter:`it'sveryeasytotakeMOREthannothing.'`NobodyaskedYOURopinion,'saidAlice.`Who'smakingpersonalremarksnow?'theHatteraskedtriumphantly.Alicedidnotquiteknowwhattosaytothis:soshehelpedherselftosometeaandbread-and-butter,andthenturnedtotheDormouse,andrepeatedherquestion.`Whydidtheyliveatthebottomofawell?'TheDormouseagaintookaminuteortwotothinkaboutit,andthensaid,`Itwasatreacle-well.'`There'snosuchthing!'Alicewasbeginningveryangrily,buttheHatterandtheMarchHarewent`Sh!sh!'andtheDormousesulkilyremarked,`Ifyoucan'tbecivil,you'dbetterfinishthestoryforyourself.'`No,pleasegoon!'Alicesaidveryhumbly;`Iwon'tinterruptagain.IdaresaytheremaybeONE.'`One,indeed!'saidtheDormouseindignantly.However,heconsentedtogoon.`Andsothesethreelittlesisters--theywerelearningtodraw,youknow--'`Whatdidtheydraw?'saidAlice,quiteforgettingherpromise.`Treacle,'saidtheDormouse,withoutconsideringatallthistime.`Iwantacleancup,'interruptedtheHatter:`let'sallmoveoneplaceon.'Hemovedonashespoke,andtheDormousefollowedhim:theMarchHaremovedintotheDormouse'splace,andAliceratherunwillinglytooktheplaceoftheMarchHare.TheHatterwastheonlyonewhogotanyadvantagefromthechange:andAlicewasagooddealworseoffthanbefore,astheMarchHarehadjustupsetthemilk-jugintohisplate.AlicedidnotwishtooffendtheDormouseagain,soshebeganverycautiously:`ButIdon'tunderstand.Wheredidtheydrawthetreaclefrom?'`Youcandrawwateroutofawater-well,'saidtheHatter;`soIshouldthinkyoucoulddrawtreacleoutofatreacle-well--eh,stupid?'`ButtheywereINthewell,'AlicesaidtotheDormouse,notchoosingtonoticethislastremark.`Ofcoursetheywere',saidtheDormouse;`--wellin.'ThisanswersoconfusedpoorAlice,thatshelettheDormousegoonforsometimewithoutinterruptingit.`Theywerelearningtodraw,'theDormousewenton,yawningandrubbingitseyes,foritwasgettingverysleepy;`andtheydrewallmannerofthings--everythingthatbeginswithanM--'`WhywithanM?'saidAlice.`Whynot?'saidtheMarchHare.Alicewassilent.TheDormousehadcloseditseyesbythistime,andwasgoingoffintoadoze;but,onbeingpinchedbytheHatter,itwokeupagainwithalittleshriek,andwenton:`--thatbeginswithanM,suchasmouse-traps,andthemoon,andmemory,andmuchness--youknowyousaythingsare"muchofamuchness"--didyoueverseesuchathingasadrawingofamuchness?'`Really,nowyouaskme,'saidAlice,verymuchconfused,`Idon'tthink--'`Thenyoushouldn'ttalk,'saidtheHatter.ThispieceofrudenesswasmorethanAlicecouldbear:shegotupingreatdisgust,andwalkedoff;theDormousefellasleepinstantly,andneitheroftheotherstooktheleastnoticeofhergoing,thoughshelookedbackonceortwice,halfhopingthattheywouldcallafterher:thelasttimeshesawthem,theyweretryingtoputtheDormouseintotheteapot.`AtanyrateI'llnevergoTHEREagain!'saidAliceasshepickedherwaythroughthewood.`It'sthestupidesttea-partyIeverwasatinallmylife!'Justasshesaidthis,shenoticedthatoneofthetreeshadadoorleadingrightintoit.`That'sverycurious!'shethought.`Buteverything'scurioustoday.IthinkImayaswellgoinatonce.'Andinshewent.Oncemoreshefoundherselfinthelonghall,andclosetothelittleglasstable.`Now,I'llmanagebetterthistime,'shesaidtoherself,andbeganbytakingthelittlegoldenkey,andunlockingthedoorthatledintothegarden.Thenshewenttoworknibblingatthemushroom(shehadkeptapieceofitinherpocket)tillshewasaboutafoothigh:thenshewalkeddownthelittlepassage:andTHEN--shefoundherselfatlastinthebeautifulgarden,amongthebrightflower-bedsandthecoolfountains.

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