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CHAPTER TWO

REGINALD was going to London again to get his hair cut.
This hair business was a nuisance. As if shave, shave, shave every morning wasn't enough. Apart from the wasted day, consider the expense. Fire miles to the station: say sixpence for petrol and tyres. Turning round and backing at the station: say half a crown for the fence, unless one hit the same place as last time. Return ticket (and coming back with your hair newly cut, you must go first-class) 13s. 8d. Lunch at the club: say 6s. 6d. Hair cut and tip: 1s. 6d. Station-master at Little Malling for not stealing the car: 1is. Total, £ 15s. 8d. You could get a permanent wave for that.
However, Sylvia liked him with his hair cut. If she were reading, or needling, or arranging flowers, or looking at the goldfish, whatever she were doing, if he came up behind her, she would know without looking whether he had had his hair cut, or were wearing the blue tie, which she liked, or the open flannel shirt, which she liked better; whether he had used the new shaving-soap yet, or smoked a cigarette that morning. She had a sixth sense for all of her husband that was apprehensible by the senses. Nothing of the physical Reginald Wellard escaped her.
Reginald backed the Morris slowly out of the barn. From time to time (each time beginning about six weeks after he had last tried) he thought that it would be more workmanlike to back the car into the barn when he put her away, and then drive her straight out in the morning... and then, from time to time he changed his mind

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