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Mother, smiling in a rather forced and distraught manner, was wedged between the English padre, who was looking with increasing disapproval at the revelry, and the Belgian consul, who was chattering away in her ear and twirling his moustache. Spiro appeared from the kitchen to find out where the butler had got to, and promptly joined in the Kalamatiano. Balloons drifted across the room, bouncing against the dancersвАЩ legs, exploding suddenly with loud bangs; Larry, out on the veranda, was endeavouring to teach a group of Greeks some of the finer English limericks. Puke and Widdle had gone to sleep in someoneвАЩs hat. Doctor Androuchelli arrived and apologized to Mother for being late. вАШIt was my wife, madame; she has just been delivered of a baby,вАЩ he said with pride. вАШOh, congratulations, doctor,вАЩ said Mother; вАШwe must drink to them.вАЩ Spiro, exhausted by the dance, was sitting on the sofa nearby, fanning himself. вАШWhats?вАЩ he roared at Androuchelli, scowling ferociously. вАШYou gets anothers babys?вАЩ вАШYes, Spiro, a boy,вАЩ said Androuchelli, beaming. вАШHow manys you gets now?вАЩ asked Spiro. вАШSix, only six,вАЩ said the doctor in surprise. вАШWhy?вАЩ вАШYou oughts to be ashames of yourself,вАЩ said Spiro in disgust. вАШSixвА¶ Gollys! Carrying on like cats and dogses.вАЩ вАШBut I like children,вАЩ protested Androuchelli. вАШWhen I gots married I asks my wifes how many she wants,вАЩ said Spiro in a loud voice, вАШand she says twos, so I gives her twos and then I gets her sewed ups ...
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