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Doctor In The House (1946)

I tried to clear sleep and alcohol out of my eyes, like soapsuds.
`Did she accept?' I asked, yawning.
`Accept ! She said "Yes, please," as far as I remember.
Don't you realize what's happened? Can't you see the gravity of the situation?'
`Perhaps she'll have forgotten by the morning,' I suggested hopefully.
`Not on your life ! You know what these women are-at night nurses' breakfast it'll be a case of "Guess what, girls! Tony Benskin proposed to me at last and we're going to be married in May!" Oh God,'oh God!' He clasped his head. `It'll be all round the hospital by nine o'clock.'
`I gather you're not keen on the idea of marrying her?'
'Me! Married ! Can you see it?' he exclaimed.
I nodded my head understandingly and propped myself up on an elbow.
`This needs some thought.'
`How right you are!'
`Surely there must be something you can do ... can't you go back and explain it was all in fun?'
Benskin gave a contemptuous laugh.
`You go,' he said.
`I see your point. It's tricky. Let's think in silence.'
After about twenty minutes I had an idea. I criticized it to myself carefully and it seemed sound.
`I think I've got the answer,' I said, and explained it to him.
He leapt to his feet, shook me warmly by the hand, and hurried back to the ward.
The solution was a simple one. I sent Benskin round to propose to every night nurse in the hospital.

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