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THE TEMPERING

to stain as easy as anything : rain 'd spot it. Well, Nelson smears this 'ere stuff over this spot, and it turns out to be tangerine-colour. So we called 'im Lipstick. Was old Nelson your squad-instructor? One of the best. 'E threw a plate of stew in my face once, in Egypt. Remember that, Hands? Best pal I ever 'ad. 'E didn't like to be called Lipstick."
Hands says: "You asked for that stew, Crowne.
You would keep on calling him Gloria Swanson."
" Clara Bow. So 'e lets fly with this plate o' stew.
'Now am I Clara Bow ?' 'e says."
" And what did you say, Sergeant?" asks Bates.
" I said: `Of course you're Clara Bow.' After that we were best of pals."
Bates, who listens to everything with open mouth, says: "Oi bet it was noice in Palestoin, Sergeant."
Sergeant Hands replies: "A snare and a delusion.
We was doing a kind o' police job. Oranges was cheap. We got them every dinner-time."
The giant, Hodge, with bated breath, asks if they saw Bethlehem.
" Certainly," says Crowne.
" What is it like?" asks Hodge.
" Little," says Crowne.
" Hot," says Hands.
" And Jerusalem?" asks Hodge.
" Pretty much the same," says Crowne.
" And what's all the trouble about?" asks Barker.
" Trouble?" says Crowne. "Well. The Yids make orchards and blocks of flats. And the Wogs want to cut in. So now and again a Wog shoves a knife into a Yid. Then a Yid goes and shoves a knife into a Wog.

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