Do you have the gall to go comando?

Peter called for Jane and read this tricky title out loud asking whether she understood it or not. She answered that it had to be American slang as she could not get the hang of it and receded to her den. I knew she would spend a while there, for she did that many a time when she needed to impair my endearments to our American cronies.

Before long she stormed into my garret and answered with ribald grim: 'I do have guts to show myself on the streets in the buff!'.
'In winter?', I inquired surprised by her militant attitude more than the fact that my beloved wife was going to show her beauty to everyone.  

'Er, maybe next one,' she retorted and gone in her study anew.

What with my spurious imagination I was sure she would dig up all dictionaries available to find her funny answers whereas she used to give a bell to her American friend, and a specialist at English language. For a friend of her's knowledge borrowed via the phone she had always subdued me in all crosswords.


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