Happy tuppence

appy tuppence

e was now 80 years old, and he cherished his memories and his grandson. “You know, lad, what people can’t stand is people don’t pay them,” he said with a wink. “That’s why I always kept a few tuppence in my pocket, just in case. You never know when you might need a bit of luck.”

His son came to ask them. He was the younger butcher, at 50 years old, a middle-aged man. It was Christmas Day.

“Cheer up, Dad,” he said helpfully. “Let’s shake on it.” He extended his hand to his father, who smiled and took it. they invited Mr Pickwick the day before Friday which was Thursday how much are the sausages Mr Pickwick asked the butchers boy