I came to see, ma'am, whether you'd take me back, as I 'aven't got Baby now.
They 'ave to 'ire one when they're in London so's to get about from one 'all to another.
You go an' wash your 'ands, an' I'll 'ave your dinner up in 'alf a jiff!
Any'ow, I should go out if I was you, an' 'ave a look at London.
She'd a done better to 'ave a good cry and tell me 'er troubles.
Wouldn't seem natural to 'ave a dinner, would it, Mrs. Bulgin?
"The cats 'ave been in that laylock," he replied, twisting off a broken branch.
All these fellers 'ave got two weaknesses—one's ideas, and the other's their own importance.
As to the other thing, I don't know what it is, but you may 'ave it, too.
But, mind you, 'e's got to 'ave right thoughts too, and a feelin' 'eart.