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chin. He keeps his mouth compressed; sports a green coat, green flannel trousers, green suede shoes, green fancy sports-shirt with pompoms; a tricky cigarettecase which won't open and a cunning lighter which won't light-to say nothing of a novel watch on a doggy leather lanyard, which, like Johnson, looks smart but doesn't work. When simple Bates said he earned a good, steady three pound two-and-six a week, Johnson said: "Oi drew twelve." He carries a box of fat cigarettes, and a paper packet of little black cigarlets, which, he maintains, are too strong for ordinary men.
.. The tobacconist warns you that you smoke those cigarlets at your own risk : if you pass out cold in a sweat of nicotine poisoning, don't come and ask for your money back. Nothing is too powerful for John Johnson of Brummagem.
Barker, to whom fly boys, both of Brummagem and The Smoke, are an open book, smiled at this, and said: "'E chews nails and spits rust. 'E shaves wiv a blow-lamp." Barker knows fly boys as Professor Huxley knows flies ... what they eat and drink, where they breed, if and when they sleep, how many eyes they have, and where they go in the winter time. But Bates permitted himself to be impressed, and said : "Are they noice ?"
Bates, displaying his blond head, with anxiety in his big, bony Anglo-Saxon face; wide-eyed, widemouthed, wide-checked and friendly, says: "Do Oi look funny? Do Oi?"
Johnson replies, with patronage: "All right. You're in the Army now, yer know," and comes away from the door. He has lank black hair, heavily creamed,

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