Rich and Strange


Oh, no.

Oh, please, i didn't

mean to interrupt.

Go on.

Well, what i was

saying was

you know, i couldn't

understand it at first.

But now i think

i know why it is.

Oh? Why?

Well, you see,

you're just a man

and not my husband.

And if you

get bored with me,

all you've got to do

is to get up and go away

and it doesn't matter.

Yes, but it would

matter very much.

Have you ever been

in love, mr. Gordon?

No, i can't say

that i have.

That's a pity.

That's a pity

because it's difficult

for you to understand.

You see, i love Fred

and he loves me.

And naturally, i want

him to think well of me.

When i talk to him,

i'm always so frightened

of saying something


You see, he's

terribly clever.

And i'm not, eh?


Oh, i think you're

interesting and amusing.

And you like the things that i like... yes.

Well, that doesn't

take much doing, does it?

No, i suppose not.

No, i don't think

you're clever.

No, i supposed

i'm not really.

I say, it's

a very lucky thing

that, uh, we're no

t in love, isn't it?

Yes. Isn't it?

Love is a very difficult

business, mr. Gordon.

You'd be surprised.

It makes everything

difficult and dangerous.

You know, i don't think

love makes people brave

like it says in books.

I think

it makes them timid.

I think it makes them

frightened when they're happy

and sadder

when they're sad.

You see, everything's

multiplied by two...

sickness, death,

the future.

It all means

so much more.

Oh, i'm afraid i haven't

made myself very clear.

Yes, you have.

You see, love's a

wonderful thing, mr. Gordon.


The kind of love that

you're describing must be.

You know, i think

i shall have to try it.

You must.

You're just

cut out for it.

But do be sure

you get the right girl.

It'd be a crime

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