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trouble that's been happening in the O'Day-Vanner organisation for the last six months, and I'm supposed to be responsible for Ralph going off on this ripsnorter. You're perfectly right, Terry. And how do you like that?"
" I don't like it. And it's got to stop."
She looked at him sideways. Her eyes were narrowed. There was a proud gleam in them. "Has it? Oh, has it really? Clever Mr. O'Day. I wonder how you're going to stop it."
O'Day laughed at her. When she was angry she always got much more angry if you laughed at her, and when she got angry enough she occasionally told the truth.
He said: "You know, Merys, you're a very goodlooking, attractive woman. You think you're clever. Sometimes I think you're a nit-wit. Sometimes I think you haven't enough brains to back a car into the garage on a wet day. Sometimes you make me so bored I could sleep."
" I see. ..." Her voice was very low and vibrant. He could see her little white teeth were on edge. "All right," she went on. "Well, you want it, Mr. O'Day, so I'll give it to you. I don't like being treated with contempt-the way you've always treated me. When I fall in love with a man it means something. So I was stupid enough to fall in love with you."
O'Day said: "Married women have no right to fall in love with their husband's partner. It's silly. That's the sort of thing you do. Besides, there were the other two or three individuals you spent your time falling in and out of love with. Why couldn't you make use of one of them?"

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