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extraordinarily long, carefully arranged with a parting one inch to the left of the centre. I believe he would sooner part with his right arm than lose that gallant mane. But he swaggers forward, now, and says :
" Cut it off, Corp-rerl. You can't cut it too short for nlc. Oi can't be bothered with it." Tickety-ticketytickety, chatter the clippers. ,
" One o' the Brylcreem Boys, eh?" says the Corporal, with a little-smile of enjoyment : he looks forward to heads of hair like this; they give a zest to his life; he talks of them in the Mess. Tickety-tickety.... Johnson is scalped. A raiding party of Iroquois couldn't have done a much completer job on him.
" That looks noice," says Bates.
" Honest?" asks Johnson.
" It makes yew look toof."
" Tough, eh?" says Johnson, and represses a smile of gratification. "Don't talk soppy. You wait a minute and I'll give you one o' my cigarlets."
Bates has said exactly the right thing, for the first -and perhaps the last-time in his life. He beams, that simple soul; his face cracks into a smile like a split pumpkin. He has given pleasure : he is delighted beyond words. He lights one of the little black cigarlets. It isn't anywhere near the stuff he rolls, for strength and irritant quality. Bates sucks in a cloud of smoke and blows it out.
" They're noice and moild," he says.
Johnson's lips tighten again.
Clipped to the bone we walk back and wait for the
Medical Officer to send for us.

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