The Best of Roald Dahl - The Great Switcheroo, The Boy who talked with Animals, and The Hitchhiker Summary & Analysis

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The Great Switcheroo, The Boy who talked with Animals, and The Hitchhiker Summary

Vic Hammond and his wife, Mary, are at a party at their next-door neighbors home, Jerry and Samantha Rainbow. Vic is looking at the women at the part, especially Samantha, who he would like to have sex with. Vic tells Jerry about a story he heard where two men managed to have each other's wives without the wives knowing by switching beds late at night, after their wives were asleep. The men had to look alike, just like Jerry and Vic do, and have the exact same sexual routine. After the party, Jerry comes to Vic and tells him they should try to switch so they can have sex with each other's wives. They plan for the next few weeks, drawing...

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