THOUGHTS FOR MARCH
Ada: You shouldn't sit on the cold stones, you shouldn't do that in March. Get up, I'll put my scarf under you. Is that better?
Henry: Incomparably, incomparably. Will you sit down next to me?
Ada: I will. Like this? Or do you prefer like this? You don't care. I suppose it is quite cold; I hope you put on your underwear, Henry. Did you put on your underwear, Henry?
Henry: This is how it was: I put it on and then I took it off and then I put it on again and then I took it off again and then I put it on again and then —
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