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91.
But Klau, the smartest brother, said, ''Before we go, I'd like to look in these cases of FepGerkins.'' When he opened one up, of course he found the hewminallinterfatch. He exclaimed, ''What is up with that?'' Klee knew he had to let his brothers in on his little deception. Klee said, ''I'm Klee!'' And the brothers responded. ''Who?''
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Then Klee took the cotton balls out of his cheeks and told them the whole story. He said, ''It goes like this:
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93.
When I came out to the Plains of Choppen to check up on you, you grabbed me and sewed me and my fine shorts to the back of a FwaBull. Then you traded me and the FwaBull to some Choppenpops for some stewed pods...''
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Klee's brothers went back to Fwah Ah and returned to Fep with their father, Feh, who lived there for only a few years until Quater eventually smote him with a bolt of energy.
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95.
In all, the Feh family lived in Fep 410 years. Klee, having become ruler of all the land of Fep, was compelled by his people to change his name to Fay Nee, which means, ''Most of which still do not agree.'' Fay Nee begat Fay Nee. Who begat Wah Nee. Who begat Acker, who looked nothing like his father, Wah Nee, but nonetheless, managed to create Ehp.
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Like many generations before him, Acker sang to Ehp every night over his crib using the flaps in his back, in the tradition of Feh. Acker showed all of the love a good parent should show his offspring. He often stared into Ehp's face for hours until his eyes grew dry and tired. Ehp was full of kindness and generosity, taught by Acker and likely nurtured by his grandfather, Wah Nee.
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One day, while Ehp and his grandfather were on a long trip to the Boneyard, Wah Nee grew ill. Wah Nee asked Ehp to stay with him until he returned home to Father, for he was afraid. Ehp daubed Wah Nee's brow with a cool cloth given to him by Acker. Quater opened the sky and let Wah Nee enter. This was the first time Ehp had seen Quater who was far more marvelous than the legends told.
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Ehp grew to be a strong and handsome being, much closer in likeness to Bertbert than any generation before him. Ehp became a mighty leader of other beings who saw that he was in favor with Quater. Just as everybody thought that the whole ''each-generation-gets-worse'' thing had finally turned around, Ehp's own creation came out looking like a pile of something badly burned, so he named it, ''Uh Uh.'' Uh Uh was not alive, so it could not begat anything.
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Contributors to this translation: Vendelín Slezák.