(imagined Asja)

(In the diary, Walter and Asja walk by a Siberian fur suit in a store window. Asja wants it, and Walter can't afford it.)

W: Well, 250 rubles seems like a lot for an Eskimo suit. If I got you that, I'd have to leave right off.

A: I want a basket of fruit and I want some high leather boots and an Eskimo suit.
I want a lebanese oud and I want some home-made food and
I want a much better mood and I want an Eskimo suit.

I want a brand new dress.
When I'm with you, I am 9 feet long and I'm made of fur, I'm covered with pearls. And I'm sweating.

I want a question that's moot. I want a javenese flute.
I'm saying no loot, no voot. I want a green parachute.
I want a chicory root. I want a little rooty toot.
I want a brand new dress.

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