No i ain't. George says i ain't. I like to pet nice things with my fingers, sof' things.
Well, who don't? Ever'body likes that. I like to feel silk an' velvet. Do you like to feel velvet?
You're nuts. But you're a kinda nice fella. Jus' like a big baby. But a person can see kinda what you mean. When I'm doin' my hair sometimes i jus' set an' it 'cause it's so soft.
You bet, by God. An' I had some, too. A lady give me some, an' that lady was-my own Aunt Clara. She give it right to me-'bout this big a piece. I wisht i had that velvet right now. I lost it. I ain't seen it for a long time.
Some people got kinda course hair. Take Curley. His hair is jus' like wire. But mine is soft and fine. 'Course i brush it a lot. That makes it fine
Oh! That's nice. Oh, thats nice.
Here-feel right here. Feel right aroun' there an' feel how soft it is.
Look out, now, you'll muss it. You stop it now, you'll mess it up. Let go. You let go!
Please don't. Oh! Please don't do that. George'll be mad.