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ey are? Pisthetaerus I want a town where the father of a handsome lad will stop in the street and say to me reproachfully as if I had failed him, “Ah! Is this well done, Stilbonides? You met my son coming from the bath after the gymnasium and you neither spoke to him, nor kissed him, nor took him with you, nor ever once felt his balls. Would anyone call you an old friend of mine?” Epops Ah! wag, I see you are fond of suffering. But there is a city of delights such as you want. It's on the Red Sea. Euelpides Oh, no. Not a sea-port, where some fine morning the Salaminian galley can appear, bringing a process-server along. Have you no Greek town you can propose to us? Epops Why not choose Lepreum in Elis for your settlement? Euelpides By Zeus! I could not look at Lepreum without disgust, because of Melanthius. Epops Then, again, there is the Opuntian Locris, where you could live. Euelpides I would not be Opuntian for a talent. But come, what is it like to live with the birds? You
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he bath after the gymnasium and you neither spoke to him, nor kissed him, nor took him with you, nor ever once felt his balls. Would anyone call you an old friend of mine?” Epops Ah! wag, I see you are fond of suffering. But there is a city of delights such as you want. It's on the Red Sea. Euelpides Oh, no. Not a sea-port, where some fine morning the Salaminian galley can appear, bringing a process-server along. Have you no Greek town you can propose to us? Epops Why not choose Lepreum in Elis for your settlement? Euelpides By Zeus! I could not look at Lepreum without disgust, because of Melanthius. Epops Then, again, there is the Opuntian Locris, where you could live. Euelpides I would not be Opuntian for a talent. But come, what is it like to live with the birds? You should know pretty well. Epops Why, it's not a disagreeable life. In the first place, one has no purse. Euelpides That does away with a lot of roguery. Epops For food the gardens yield us white sesame, myrtle-b