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THE TEMPERING

"Look," Hands might say, "how about a beer?" And Crowne replies: "Whatever you say. I don't mind."
" Beer, then. Look, we're quite near the old `Red Lion'. What about there?"
" Like old times," says Hands.
" Ah, those were the days, eh? Remember Bella?" "Do I remember Bella? What about you? You
always had a bit of a soft spot for Bella."
" Not me," says Crowne. "Well, maybe a bit. But she liked you best. She said you had nice eyes. Re member?"
" Ah, that was a long time ago," says Hands. "Well, well, well. After all these years ..." says Crowne.
" Yes. I've often thought about you. Time and time again I've said to my old woman: `I wonder what's happened to old Growne.' Ellen always liked you. She said you had personality. Over ten years, and you haven't changed a bit. Good old Crowney ! I knew you as soon as you came round the corner. That walk. ... God in Heaven, how it all comes back!"
" They used to call us the Heavenly Twins."
" Didn't they, though?" says Hands. "Bella used to call us the Heavenly Twins."
" I'd have been jealous if we hadn't been pals," says Crowne. "But how is good old Ellen?"
" Best wife I ever had. Hardly a grey hair."
" And the kids?"
" All right, I suppose."
" What," says Crowne, "you only suppose?" "No, no," says Hands, "they're fine. Only.

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