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He patted a paunch that had swelled considerably since Gentle had last seen him and was testing the seams of his shirt, which, like him, was florid and had seen better years. He still wore his hair in a ponytail, complete with ribbon, and wore an ankh on a chain around his neck, but beneath the veneer of a harmless flower child gone to seed he was as acquisitive as a bowerbird. Even the vestibule in which they embraced was overflowing with collectibles: a wooden dog, plastic roses in psychedelic profusion, sugar skulls on plates.
I couldn’t get a cab. ” “If that happens again, just call me. I’ll have you picked up by one of our limos. I don’t want you wandering the streets. It’s not safe. Anyhow, we’re late. ” “The show in the Village that Troy was yabbering about last night, remember? The Neo-Nativity? ” He gleamed. ” “Marlin, sometimes you’re sublime” she said, dumping her purchases and racing to change. ” he hollered after her. “Sexy? Irresistible? ” If indeed he’d secured the tickets as a way of bribing her between the sheets, he suffered for his lust.
It’s what you are. You haven’t changed in eight years. The world grows old, but the Bastard Boy keeps his perfection. ” “Don’t interrupt me when I’m gossiping. Speaking of which, I saw Clem the Sunday before last. He asked after you. He’s put on a lot of weight. And his love life’s almost as disastrous as yours. Taylor’s sick with the plague. ” “It’s not as easy as that. The market’s soft at the moment. ” He got up. ” He led Gentle through the house to the study. “The fellow’s twenty-two, and I swear if he had an idea in his head he’d be a great painter.