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Nesting "Me, I just don't have the knack for it," one of the office girls says during Friday lunch at a table for four at the All-Nite. "I just put out the wedding gifts and that's it." "Maybe my sister could help you," an overweight one in tight-fitting red slacks says. "She was born to decorate. Every room in her house is a showpiece. The kitchen is all done Coca-ColaŽ-- glasses, dishes, trays, napkins, tablecloth-- and on the walls she has framed miniature posters of those cute guys wearing white soda-jerk caps serving you with a smile across the counter." "That sounds darling," another one says. "Where did she ever get the idea?" "That's not all," the one in red slacks says. "Her living room is all angels-- lamp bases and shades, embroidered curtains, wallpaper, pictures, and all kinds of white statues on the tables and shelves. It's like walking into heaven."
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