Who says the following and why?
I ask you, what am I? I'm one of the undeserving poor: that's what I am. ... But my needs is as great as the most deserving widow's that ever got money out of six different charities in one week for the death of the same husband. I don't need less than a deserving man: I need more. I don't eat less hearty than him; and I drink a lot more. I want a bit of
amusement, cause I'm a thinking man... I ain't pretending to be deserving. I'm undeserving; and I mean to go on being undeserving.
Pygmalion: Doolittle's Monologue
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