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“Tallow walked into Bat and Scarly's office to find Bat slumped on a chair with his head on the workbench, turned away from the door, while Scarly softly sharpened on old straight razor on a worn strop, watching her partner intently.

"I don't think he needs his eyebrows, do you? I mean, they don't serve an immediate function or anything," she whispered.”
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“That was a stupid idea I made up while drunk. Why did someone build that?”
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“Straight people are so fucking weird.”
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“Where's the elevator?" Mike asked, sheathing his weapon. Tallow felt a little better telling Mike there wasn't an elevator and watching his face. But then Mike picked up the dolly, boxes and all, with one hand, took the kit bag from Sophie with the other, and started jogging up the stairs with"Third floor, right?"

"There," said Scarly, "goes a man who has names for all his muscles."

"I was just thinking that," Tallow said. "Serious gym rat."

"No, I mean he's named all his muscles. That's a man who calls one of his muscles Steve.”
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