Braling and Smith walked down the street at 10 in the evening. "But why so early?" said Smith. "Because," said Braling. "your first night out in years and you go home at ten 0'clock."
Smith met Braling II and he showed Smith his Marionettes, INC. card. "Hello, Braling," he said. "Hello, Braling." said Braling. They were identical. Smith stared. "Is this your twin brother? I never knew."
"Smith unlocked the door and in a minute was in the bedroom. There lay Nettie, pale, huge, and piously asleep." "Tears came to his eyes. Suddenly he wished to kiss her, confess his love, tear up the card, forget the whole business."
You haven't kissed my cheek in years!
"And I've been thinking," said Braling Two, "how nice it is in Rio and how I'll never get there, and I've thought about your wife and-I think we could be very happy."
Braling II trapped Braling I in a box "Now, now, wait a minute. Hold on. Don't be rash. Let's talk this over!" "Good-by, Braling." Braling stiffened. "What do you mean, 'good-by'?"
Braling II kissed Mrs. Braling's cheek. "Ten minutes later Mrs. Braling awoke. She put her hand to her cheek. Someone had just kissed it. She shivered and looked up. "Why-you haven't done that in years," she murmured." "We'll see what we can do about that," someone said."