SECRET LIFE OF CHAIRS 2



When they were younger they had worked as dancers in the same troupe


Those who misbehaved were made to stand against the wall



They did their best to ignore the couple behind them



He could not bring himself to associate with modern plastic sun-loungers



Passers-by would often give him a few centimes in memory of better days



They had evolved in a hot, dry climate



They chained themselves together as a symbol of their love



They often reminisced about the days of Franco



The footrests were an unwelcome reminder of servitude



Both were getting old in their different ways



It was a party few of them would soon forget



People always misunderstood when she stuck out her tongue



Thereafter he avoided cheap brandy



Secretly she wore colourful underwear



The two sisters never spoke again


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