Ah, Old English (like a napron for an apron and an ewt for a newt and an ekename for a nickname and so on).
Now he feels like a nidiot.
“So you think you can just walk all over me do you?”
“Yes I do”
“Well you’re right. but, could you please quit wearing the spikes on your shoes while doing so?”
Now CB has that worm, fuzzy feeling…
Okay, this one made me genuinely laugh!
He’s not one of those either!
“a nangle worm” is so close to “an angle worm”, it’d be easy to mistake the former for the latter. Shows she was really wanting to trip up good old Charlie Brown, listening that closely.
Back to the sandbox Charlie Brown!
Well, be fair, he’s not a nangle worm… ㋡
In reality, that’s a local colloquialism here. “an egg” is “a negg”. “an octopus” is “a noctopus”. “an apple” is “a napple”. We just don’t seen to have any use for the word “an”.
Ten years later, Patty will imitate Nancy Sinatra.