Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

what would have excited Montmorency to go for a river trip ?

the reason why he wanted to go for a trip

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There was nothing about the river trip that would have excited Montmorency.

The only one who was not struck with the suggestion was Montmorency. He never did care for the river, did Montmorency.

“It’s all very well for you fellows,” he says; “you like it, but I don’t. There’s nothing for me to do. Scenery is not in my line, and I don’t smoke. If I see a rat, you won’t stop; and if I go to sleep, you get fooling about with the boat, and slop me overboard. If you ask me, I call the whole thing bally foolishness.”

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Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)