Of Mice and Men

What does the boss mean when he says, "Say what are you sellin'?"?

Why should the boss suddenly be a concern to the reader?

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The boss of the ranch finds Lennie and George's relationship unusual because they travel together. George takes care of Lenny and Lenny puts his trust in George. This is not a normal situation among "itinerant" workers during this time. The boss actually thinks that George is taking advantage of Lenny.That is why he asks, "Say what are you sellin?".