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toi-toi-toi: (an old European custom translated into words to wish you good luck). Saying toi (pronounce: toy) THREE times is derived from the custom of spitting three times over someone's shoulder for good luck. I guess it is easier to say toi-toi-toi than to actually spit.
Caesar had his Brutus; Charles the First, his Cromwell; and George the Third - ("treason!" Cried the Speaker) - may profit by their example. If this be treason, make the most of it.
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