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Doctor In The House (1946)

`Thank you very much.'
'Now get a move on. It's after five and we don't want to waste time.'
`What's the hurry?' I asked.
`Why, they open at five-thirty ! We'll just make the King George, if we step on it.'
`Thank you,' I said. `But I think I ought to go back to my digs. . . .'
`On Saturday night ! Good Lord, old boy, that's not done at all ! Hurry up and put your trousers on.'
Afraid of social errors in this new way of living, I obeyed. We arrived outside the King George as the Padre was opening the doors. Both teams pushed into the small saloon bar while a line of glass tankards clinked temptingly on the counter. Everyone was in a good humour, pleasantly tired and bathed. We were laughing and joking and clapping each other on the shoulder.
`Here you are,' Grimsdyke said, pushing a pint into my hand. `There'll be a five-bob kitty.'
I handed over two half-crowns, thinking it was a great deal to spend on beer in one evening.
`Drink up!' Grimsdyke said a few minutes later. `I'm just getting another round.'
Not wishing to appear unusual, I emptied the glass. A fresh one was immediately put into my fingers, but I timidly held it untouched for a while.
`You're slow,' said Benskin jovially, bumping into me. `There's bags more left in the kitty.'
I took a quick gulp. I suddenly made the discovery that beer tasted most agreeable. The men round me were downing it with impunity, so why shouldn't I? I swallowed a large draught with a flourish.

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