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Skinny Legs and All Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Second Veil (pgs. 49-77) Summary

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The Second Veil (pgs. 49-77) Summary

Boomer finds himself in a western bar and starts a fight after a man ignores him. Ellen Cherry walks in and repeats the line about her husband being an idiot, but lots of fun. After the fight, one of the bar patrons admits that Boomer's claim that alcohol effects people differently during the day is correct. The patron says that his sister, after drinking two beers, could have sworn she saw a stick, fork or spoon, and a sock walking along the road.

The noise in the cave is explained. First, a conch shell with a bright pink center falls out of the opening, followed by a painted stick. Dirty Sock is instantly attracted to the shell's feminine features. They ask about the people whose sexual act awakened them. Those people are probably the ones to help them on...

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