Vulgar words in Three Soldiers (Page 1)
This book at a glance
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If ye once get in wrong in this damn army...it's hell."
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"Recommendation for discharge"...click, click..."Damn this typewriter....
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"Damn these rotten army typewriters.... Reason...mental deficiency.
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The tornado country.... Git to work; here's that bastard wop comin' around the buildin'."
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They're either jackasses or full of the lust for power like their rulers are, to let themselves be governed by a bunch of warlords like that."
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"But Ah'd a damn side rather shoot somebody else Ah know," went on Chris intensely.
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"Ye're too rough, damn ye," said the girl angrily.
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"If one of those bastard U-boats..." "I don't give a damn," said Fuselli boisterously; but as he lay staring into the darkness, cold terror stiffened him suddenly.
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He felt proud of himself and of the company--the damn best company in the whole outfit.
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"God damn them.
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"Well, you're not a damn sight more.
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"D'ye know, sonny, I nearly cried when I found I was going to be in this damn medical corps?
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"It's damn rotten."
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"You found the liquor pretty damn quick, looks like to me."
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"Their helmets looked so damn like toadstools I came near laughin'.
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An' all those funny helmets like toadstools popped up in the air an' somebody gave a yell an' the light went out an' the damn grenade went off.
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"Well, fellers," said Sergeant Jones, the sombre man who rarely spoke, "I certainly didn't reckon when I used to be teachin' and preachin' and tendin' Sunday School and the like that I'd come to be usin' cuss words, but I think we got a damn good company."
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"Oh, we'll have you sayin' worse things than 'damn' when we get you out on the front with a goddam German aeroplane droppin' bombs on you," said the top sergeant, slapping him on the back.
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"Ye're damn right, buddy, if yer don't let them ride yer," said Dan.
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An' the loot was a hell of a blockhead that didn't know if he was coming or going."
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He shot the juice into her an' went off like a bat out of hell an' there was a hell of a lot of traffic on the road because there was some damn-fool attack or other goin' on.
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They put me in the Bastille, great place.... Then they shipped me off to some damn camp or other an' gave me a gun an' made me drill for a week an' then they packed a whole gang of us, all A. W. O. L's, into a train for the front.
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"Not a damn cent!"
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There was one little hill where we'd have to get out and shove every damn time, the mud was so deep, and God, it stank there with the shells turning up the ground all full of mackabbies as the poilus call them.... Say, Dook, have you got any money?"
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"Well, the champagne's damn good here.
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"An that damn laughin' kept up until about noon the next day when the orderlies strangled the feller.... Got their goat, I guess."
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"Christ, man, you don't want to be a damn fool," expostulated Fuselli.
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"I'm going to be damn careful who I'm seen goin' into barracks with," he said to himself.
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"That damn kike may be a German spy or a secret-service officer."
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"Damn fool," muttered Fuselli, composing himself to sleep again.
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"Damn bon," he said to Yvonne with his mouth full.
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We've got a good loot an' a good top- kicker, an' a damn good bunch o' fellers."
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If he could only have Yvonne to himself; far away somewhere, away from the other men and that damn frog and her old mother.
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"Too damn risky!"
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It'll be too damn risky in the trenches.... Or do you think you're goin' to get a cushy job in camp here?"
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The lieutenant paused: "All I can say is if there is any such man in the company, he had better keep his mouth shut and be pretty damn careful what he writes home....
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"Ain't some people damn fools?" he said to a man at the other end of the barracks.
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Ain't like that damn Polignac, Andy?" said Chrisfield.
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"You're damn right there warn't."
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And he felt a warm sort of a smile inside him as he said to himself: "He's a damn good kid."
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"Say, Andy," cried Chrisfield, "that bastard is a sergeant."
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"God damn him!" muttered Chrisfield in a low voice, throwing himself down on his packs again.
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Chrisfield overheard the lieutenant saying to a sergeant: "Damn fool business that.
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Yet under it his muscles were taut and trembling as he had known them to be before when he was about to get into a fight or to make love to a girl.
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"God damn it, Ah'd do anything to git out o' this hellish infantry.
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"I bet there ain't many of them bastards at the front," said Chris.
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"Not many of either kind of bastards," said Andrews laughing, as he closed the door behind them.
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"Ye needn't be so damn vite about it tonight, Chris," said one of the men at the other table.
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This war's going to last damn long...." "Ah'd lak to get in some licks at those Huns tonight; honest to Gawd Ah would, Andy," muttered Chris in a low voice.
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"God, I can't make up my mind to put the damn thing on again," said Andrews in a low voice, almost as if he were talking to himself; "I feel so clean and free.
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"This place has got to be cleaned up.... That damn General may come back to look over quarters," went on Anderson coolly.
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"Tol'" that bastard Ah didn't give a hoot in hell what he did," said Chrisfield in a broken voice.
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"Well, God damn it, isn't that a reason for not going out of your way to raise more hell with people's feelings than you have to?"
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"Ah'm goin' to shoot that bastard," said Chrisfield, scrubbing at the shirt.
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"Don't be an ass, Chris."
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"You're a good fellow, Chris, even if you are an ass."
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O you don't know how damn tame I am."
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"Too damn late," growled Judkins.
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"God damn," said Judkins breathless, "they ain't got no right, those frogs ain't, to carry on like that."
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"Ah'd liever be at an O. T. C. like that bastard Anderson."
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"Say, that damn money ain't no good, is it?" asked Chrisfield.
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"But there's so damn many more goats than anything else," said Andrews.
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I wish the war'd gone on and on until everyone of them bastards had been killed in it."
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"God, I'd like to have wrung that damn little parson's neck," said Andrews suddenly.
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"Damn," said a voice, and the figure darted through a grimy glass door that bore the sign: "Buvette."
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"Not a damn thing, and I daren't go out of the station on account of the M.P.
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Imagine coming back here after the highlands of Thibet, where you'd nearly got drowned and scalped and had made love to the daughter of an Afghan chief... who had red lips smeared with loukoumi so that the sweet taste stayed in your mouth."
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For the fun of it, man; damn ends."
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"I've a great mind to go to Rue St. Anne and leave my card on the Provost Marshal.... God damn!
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"The infantry's damn necessary, I'll admit that; but where'd you fellers be without us guys to string the barbed wire for you?"
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"I think it was damn foolish, not to say criminal," said Andrews sullenly, still staring into the fire.
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If not, I'll desert and damn the consequences."
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"That's damn decent of you to come and tell me."
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He said aloud in a low voice several times: "You are a damn fool, John Andrews," and started walking slowly and thoughtfully back to the village.
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"Ah tell you, boy, you ought to come with us to Germany... nauthin' but whores in Paris."
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"We are lucky bastards," said Walters, grinning, with the cigarette hanging out of the corner of his mouth.
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"What the hell do they make us do this damn hikin' for, Corp?"
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"That damn yellar dawg Andrews goes to Paris an' gets schoolin' free an' all that."
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Whole damn Air Service is A. W. O. L. Have a drink with me.... You enlisted man?
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"But it's so damn much to pay back."
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"Why not say fit for John Andrews and Bob Henslowe, damn it?...
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"It was damn impolite....
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But hell, it was damn impolite of him not to drink.... No use wasting time with a man who don't drink.
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"I was going to tell you, Henny," said Aubrey, "the dope is that the President's going to leave the conference, going to call them all damn blackguards to their faces and walk out, with the band playing the 'Internationale.'"
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"Moki knows a damn lot, I'll admit that," said Henslowe.
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Court- martial was damn stiff...after the armistice too.... Oh, God!
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work pretty damn dull?"
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What an ass he was!
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"Whores, I must have said."
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"There's a damn lot in it, boy.
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These damn Germans ain't showin' the right spirit at all...after all the President's done for them.
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No, I'll have to go and find that ass Aubrey, and hear all about the Peace Conference.... Heinz can't leave Moki because she's having hysterics on account of Bubu.
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Some buggers tried to do me in."
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Oi don't know how you pronounce the bloody town.... Oi was on my bike making about thoity for the road was all a-murk when Oi saw four buggers standing acrost the road...lookter me suspicious- like, so Oi jus' jammed the juice into the boike and made for the middle 'un.
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"It stifles you very slowly, with beautiful silk bands.... America beats your brains out with a policeman's billy."
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"An" the damn fool thinks he's in a school battalion," said Handsome in his shrill voice.
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"Ye won't be gettin' good cognac where yer goin', Skinny, not by a damn sight," growled Bill Huggis in the middle of a laugh.