After Slim introduces himself to George and Lennie, he tells them that he wishes they were on his team to buck barley and asks if they travel around together. When George says that they look after each other, Slim responds by saying:
Ain't many guys travel around together. (Steinbeck 18)
After learning about George and Lennie's plan to purchase an estate, Candy says that he is willing to give George his life savings to tag along. Candy desperately wants to live on the estate with George and Lennie and says:
S'pose I went in with you guys. Tha's three hunderd an' fifty bucks I'd put in. (Steinbeck 30)
After befriending Lennie in the barn while the other men are playing horseshoes, Curley's wife tells Lennie"
You're nuts . . . But you're a kinda nice fella. Jus' like a big baby. (Steinbeck 44)
When Carlson enters the bunkhouse, he immediately smells Candy's ancient dog and begins to complain about the dog's smell. Candy responds by saying that he doesn't notice the smell, and Carlson says:
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