Two gentlemen, British Railways, and First Class drawing room.
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Two gentlemen, British Railways, and First Class drawing room.

by bernardtwindwil

A fine looking gentlemen was sitting in a drawing room.

He was wearing a tweed hunting suit and smoked a briar pipe.

It was the London to Bath through train.

Another man entered the drawing room.

He made great hub-bub dressed in a cashmere suit.

The second gentleman sat with his gold headed cane displayed

The second man started a conversation introducing himself.

"The name: Smythe-Woodley, retired Brigadier.

Married to Lady Smythe Woodley for 48 years."

"Two sons, one a Chief Surgeon at Queens Hospital."

"The other, Lord Justice of Appeals."

"And you?"

"The Name is O'Flaherty, retired Sergeant-Major"

"50 women, never married."

"Two sons, both Brigadiers."

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