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Crawford's house in Chelsea was stylish but apparently small.  Or at least, it had started to feel a whole lot smaller with the addition of a Ken, a brood and a steady stream of passing florists.

The estate agent sent details of a nice place in Fulham.  Ken didn't know if that was upmarket or downmarket but Chelsea had a veranda and Fulham had a garden.  Grass made for less scraped knees.  Of course, the boys wanted the converted school house, with playground, until Crawford got the estimated bill for repairs.

Free shuffled cards.

Three irresistable objects... meet immovable force.
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