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CHAPTER XIII

" And I shouldn't have chosen Featherstone of my own free will ; though he's not so bad when you get to know him, as you said. But you're right. You don't choose your own friends. Nobody messes with anyone because they like them in the first place. I like you Peter, because, because you're a damned good chap. But I don't know why we started messing together."
" Didn't I ask you ? "
" I can't remember."
" Anyhow, we shall probably never see each other again after we've left."
" Why do you say that ? We shall go on being friends, shan't we ? "
" I hope so. If you want to. But Farrar, who left last year, told me that you make entirely different friends at the Varsity, and he never saw a soul from m'tutor's except Hurlingham."
" I wonder why," said Denis.
" There's no reason why they should. We're all chucked together in the same house, and we've got to mess with somebody."
" Friendships are based on the same sort of tastes in the end, I suppose," said Denis.
" But no one has any tastes at Eton, unless you count socking and games."
" They develop later. But I hope we shall go on being friends, Peter."
" Unless you develop a taste for Art with a big A and long hair."
" Or you become a guardee."
" No fear of that."
The red block of the science schools came in sight.
" By God," said Denis, " It seems as if this half finished years ago."
" It's the last time I shall watch Wilson's little experiments."
" I've almost forgotten what a retort stand looks like. Let's go inside, if it's open."

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