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THE FOUNDRY

"You've lost an arm and you've lost a leg,
You're an eyeless, noseless, spiritless egg,
You'll have to be put in a bowl to beg
Johnny I hardly knew you.

" I wish they'd sing that and cheer us up a bit."
But the singer, shoving his sharp tenor voice through a chink in the din, begins Bless 'em all.
Bless 'em all, Bless 'em all,
The long and the short and the tall,
There'll be no promotion, This side of the ocean,
So cheer up me lads, Bless 'em all ...
Spencer the Salesman recognises a jar of the product he sells, and is cheered and saddened at the same time. Johnson, the fly Brummagem boy, says with sudden vehemence: "Oi bet Oi'll be a sergeant insoide six months." A dozen of our squad have arrived to swell the slow-moving queue. Old Silence comes out of his taciturnity and says: "Will you all have a beer?" We all say we will, if we can get it; for there seem enough men before us to drink all that was ever brewed. "Why are these places so short-staffed?" somebody asks; and somebody else replies: "They're short-staffed because they haven't got enough people working for 'em." "Oh, is that it?" asked the interrogator.
A querulous voice says: "Sa I says to the Sarnt In Waiting, `I wanna go sick.' So I goes sick. So I sees the M.O. So the M.O. says: `Now what's your trouble?' I says :`Me foot, sir.' He says :`Your foot isn't trouble. Say what you mean. What's wrong with your foot?' I

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