I could pitch in my savings if I could live with y'all. I could cook, clean, and feed the chicken if you wan' me to.
LET IT GO LENNIE!
"George dealt and Whit picked up his cards and examined them. 'Seen the new kid yet' he asked. 'What kid?' George asked. 'Why, Curley's new wife...' Whit laid down his cards impressively. 'Well, stick around an' keep your eyes open...' She got the eye goin' all the time on everybody. I bet she even gives the stable buck the eye. I don't know what the hell she wants'" (Steinbeck 51).
"Candy sat on the edge of his bunk...Maybe if I gave you guys my money, you'll let me hoe in the garden even after I ain't no good at it. An' I'll wash dishes an' little chicken stuff like that. But I'll be on our own place, an' I'll be let to work on our own place...I can't get no more jobs'" (Steinbeck 60).
"Lennie was still smiling with delight at the memory of the ranch. Curley stepped over to Lennie...'What the hell you laughin' at?'...Then Curley's rage exploded. 'No big son-of-a-bitch is gonna laugh at me.' Blood welled from his nose. Curley's fist was swining when Lennie reached for it. The next minute Curley was flopping like a fish on a line, and his closed fist was lost in Lennie's big hand...Suddenly Lennie let go his hold...'We got to get him to a doctor..looks to me like ever' bone in his han' is bust'" (Steinbeck 64).