A reference to common aphrodisiacs of the time; George sarcastically expresses his disgust at Curley's ostentatious sex life.
"Suppose he got fed up and left"
two glasses of corn whiskey
a wheat-like plant used for animal feed
a load carried on one's back, a bundle
teats or udders, used in reference to animals
a durable cotton material used for aprons
a derogatory term for a reformer, short for "good government" clubbers
a sidepiece of a horse's harness
good with the hands, specifically with reference to fighting
a metal pin used to tie down ropes on ships
a lamp with a base made from a children's toy
a soothing or pain-killing liquid used on sore body parts
A pistol popularly associated with use by German forces in the first and second World Wars.
in horseshoes, a throw that "rings" (or encircles) the target
a state prison located north of San Francisco
a worker who drives mules with a whip
a helper, so named because he mops the floors
welterweight, a boxing category