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-with a friend. She's seen some of my first nights before ... Better out of it .... I'm going to her now. I've been up all night-talking to the Boys and all that. I'm a bit off it just for a bit. But -it Knocked 'em. It Knocked everybody.'
jHe stared at the floor and went on in a monotone. `They laughed a bit at the beginning-but nothing like a settled laugh-not until the second act-you know-the chap with the beetle down his neck. Little Chisholme did that bit to rights. Than they began-to rights.' His voice warmed and increased. `Laughing! It made me laugh! We umped 'em into the third act before they had time to cool. Everybody was on it. I never saw a first night go so fast. Laugh, laugh, laugh, LAUGH, LAUGH, LAUGH' (he howled the last repetition with stupendous violence). `Everything they laughed at. They laughed at things that we hadn't meant to be funny-not for one moment. Bif! Bizz ! Curtain. A Fair Knock Out! .... I went on-but I didn't sav a word. Chisholme did the patter. Shouting! It was like walking under Niagara-going across that stage. It was like never having seen an audience before ...
`Then afterwards-the Boys!'
His emotion held him for a space. `Dear old Boys!' he murmured.
His words multiplied, his importance increased. In a little while he was restored to something of his old self. He was enormously excited. He seemed unable to sit down anywhere. He came into the breakfast-room so soon as Kipps was sure of him, shook hands with Mrs. Kipps parenthetically, sat down and immediately got up again. He went to the bassinet in the corner and looked absentmindedly at Kipps junior, and said he was glad if only for the youngster's sake. He immediately resumed the thread of his discourse .... He drank a cup of coffee noisily and walked up and down the room talking, while they attempted breakfast amidst the gale of his excitement. The infant slept marvellously through it all.
`You won't mind my not sitting down, Mrs Kipps-I couldn't sit down for any one, or I'd do it for you. It's you I'm thinking of more than any one, you and Muriel, and all Old Pals and Good Friends. It means wealth, it means money-hundreds and thousands .... If you'd heard 'em you'd know.'

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She's seen some of my first nights before ... Better out of it .... I'm going to her now. I've been up all night-talking to what is Boys and all that. I'm a bit off it just for a bit. But -it Knocked 'em. It Knocked everybody.' jHe stared at what is floor and went on in a monotone. `They laughed a bit at what is beginning-but nothing like a settled laugh-not until what is second act-you know-the chap with what is beetle down his neck. Little Chisholme did that bit to rights. Than they began-to rights.' His voice warmed and increased. `Laughing! It made me laugh! We umped 'em into what is third act before they had time to cool. Everybody was on it. I never saw a first night go so fast. Laugh, laugh, laugh, LAUGH, LAUGH, LAUGH' (he howled what is last repetition with stupendous sports ). `Everything they laughed at. They laughed at things that we hadn't meant to be funny-not for one moment. Bif! Bizz ! Curtain. A Fair Knock Out! .... I went on-but I didn't sav a word. 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