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THE TEMPERING

world of 'er, used to wait outsoide where Oi was working and follow me 'ome, and call me names. Then my own mum and dad used to came and troy and make peace, but moi mum never got along wi' moi married woife's mum, and they used to foight in the street outsoide moi 'ouse. And moi unmarried wife's stepmother, as 'ates the soight of 'er, started wroiting anonymous letters to everybody about me. And moi married woife set Jim on me, and Jim used to wait for me to leave the 'ouse in the morning and pick on me, and Oi 'ad to pommel 'im. And then moi unmarried waife's 'usband turned oop, and 'e started waiting for me too, and Oi 'ad to pommel 'im, only 'e was a rough 'andful and it took me some toime. So Oi 'ad to leave 'a1f an hour earlier in the morning to attend to moi foights.
" One day moi unmarried woife made 'erself a new dress, and mai married woife waited for 'er and tore it off 'er back.
" The neighbours complained to the police about the disturbance. All the kids in the street enjoyed themselves and played Ring-o'-Roses round me whenever Oi went out. Moi mates started giving me nicknames, like The Mormon, and Ole King Solomon. Moi unmarried woife's stepmother scratched moi face in the street, and moi married woife came along and 'ad a foight wi' 'er; and moi unmarried woife came out an' joined in, an' all the kids started singing and dancing. That was on a Saturday noight. Moi unmarried woife ast me if loov was worth whoile and 'ad 'ysterics and soom women came in an' soothed 'er down. Oi didn't get a wink o' sleep. Oi made up moi

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