In this Youtube clip, at 1:58, the witch says something like "It's tiny pity...wind see ..." or something like that. I couldn't get it.

What did she say?

Do we have some wordplay with "tiny" that is the same way we say "easy peasy"?


The character in the clip says two things:

There are many other terms that could be used, for example:

The term for this formation in general is reduplication, as described in this answer to the question What is the "peasy" in "easy-peasy"?

  • or with tiny: "teeny-tiny"
    – James K
    Nov 14 '21 at 7:31

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