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leprechauns are said to live under ancient mounds


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Leprechauns are cobblers by trade, and cannot bear the sight of disorderly shoes. If everyone's shoes are found lined up, nice and neat in the closets or entryway, there may be leprechauns in your house.

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The leprechauns started by a man called Seamus Leprechauns got kicked out of his house by his wife and he ha to live in the mountains and make cloths out of moss and steal bags of gold from travellers

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Leprechauns are from Irish folklore.

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