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He emerged from the private office after an interval of ten minutes.
The junior clerk scrutinised his visage. Buggins put the frank question.
Kipps answered with one word. 'Swapped!' said Kipps.

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Kipps leant against the fixtures with his hands in his pockets and talked to the two apprentices under him.
`I don't care if I am swapped,' said Kipps. `I been sick of Teddy and his System some time.
`I was a good mind to chuck it when my time was up,' said Kipps. `Wish I 'ad now.'
Afterwards Pearce came round, and Kipps repeated this.
`What's it for?' said Pearce. `That row about the window tickets?'
`No fear!' said Kipps, and sought to convey a perspective of splendid depravity. `I wasn't in las' night,' he said, and made even Pearce, `man about town' Pearce, open his eyes.
`Why, where did you get to?' asked Pearce.
He conveyed that he had been `fair round the town.' `With a Nactor chap I know.
`One can't always be living like a curit,' he said.
`No fear,' said Pearce, trying to play up to him.
But Kipps had the top place in that conversation.
`My lor!' said Kipps, when Pearce had gone, `but wasn't my mouth and 'ed bad this morning before I 'ad a pick-me-up !'
'Whad jer 'ave?'
`Anchovy on 'ot buttered toast. It's the very best pickme-up there is. You trust me, Rodgers. I never take no other, and I don't advise you to. See?'
And when pressed for further particulars, he said again he had been `fair all round the town, with a Nactor chap' he knew. They asked curiously all he had done, and he said, `Well., what doyou think?' And when they pressed for still further details, he said there were things little boys ought not to know, and laughed darkly and found them some huckaback to roll.
And in this manner for a space did Kipps fend off the

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