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THE TEMPERING

and sent 'is boy to be a doctor. Well, the Ole manwe call 'im Gutsache, because 'e suffers wiv 'is inside when 'e goes on the wallop-'e talks the thickest cockney even I ever 'eard : ole-fashioned slang, real market stuff that nobody can make 'cad or tail of nowdays. Ole Guts4che'll send a boy for 'is tea like this: 'e'll say: `Gemme a you 'n' a strike,' meaning a Cup of You-and-Me and a Slice of Strike-me-Dead, or bread 'n' butter. Well, some time ago I run into Ole Gutsache in the Salisbury, and there was Ole Gutsache, runrun' on sixteen to the dozen wivaht openin' 'is mouf, talkin' to a youngster dressed up like a toff. Les jum' in the jam 'n' gerra pig's 't Ella's, 'e was sayin'. In plain English: `Let's jump in the jam-jar (car), and get a pig's-ear (beer) at Ella's club.' And the youngster says: `Whay, certainleh, Fathah.' They'd taught Gutsache's kid to speak Oxford. But the kid wasn't puttin' on no airs :'e just talked that way. Same wiv the Schoolmaster. Give 'im a fair chancet :'e can't 'elp it, talkin' like that, any more 'n' 'e could 'elp it if 'e stuttered."
The Schoolmaster goes on :
" We all hope to live through all this, don't we? Yet every one of us is prepared to die if necessary."
We say that we suppose so.
" Yet," says the Schoolmaster, "I don't suppose that many of us here care much whether there's an afterlife."
Ilodge says: "There is an after-life. I know it."
For fifteen minutes, twenty men talk all at the same time, at the top of their voices. After-life : there is one, there isn't one, there must be one, there can't be one,

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