Ay, an some lucky misses too, mim, that some think he likes as weel.
Maidens should be mim till they're married, and then they may burn kirks.
Excuse me, mim, but the coachman says shall he wait any longer?
I thought he wouldn't keep us up so late, two nights running, mim.
Then spake mim's head its first wise word, and true sayings uttered.
And you always did your best to keep 'em cheerful, didn't you, mim?
mim swearing most horrible and terrific, in a pink calico pay-place, at the slackness of the public.
Good for you, mim: but sure 'tis a risky thing to be seeing too much.
Though there an't such a great deal to laugh at now either; is there, mim?
Someone called up from the breakfast-room doorway, "mim—my!"