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Mae hi'n fore prysur arall yn nhy Vivs ac mae Bedwyr yn dechrau meddwl bod y ty'n rhy fach iddyn nhw. It's another busy morning in Vivs' house and Bedwyr wonders if they should ...


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-I know!

-I'm eating tiramisu for breakfast.

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-It's weird

-'cos since Dad's surprise visit...

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-..I really feel more Italian.

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-Like, half-Welsh, half-Italian.

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-Welalian.

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-Everybody else in my family

-is just normal Welsh though...

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-..Welormal.

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-No!

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-Aargh!

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-Is this yours?

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-Look!

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-Don't pass me on the stairs, Beds!

-It's tres unlucky.

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-I passed Mam on the stairs on

-the day of my GCSE IT. I got an F.

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-Actually, it was my GCSE Textiles.

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-A star.

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-Oh! I've been looking for that.

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-You're early, love.

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-You're early, love.

-

-Escaping from the madhouse, babes.

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-I'll have a shower in work

-or I'll be here till Judgement Day.

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-Ta-ta, luv.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I nearly went to work in my slippers

-because of the mad rush.

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-You watching that again, are you?

-How many times, Beds?

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-Want me to get you some tissues?

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-You know you always well up

-when you watches DIY SOS.

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-What?

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-Oh, yeah.

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-Did you leave the Highway Code

-on the kitchen table?

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-Yes, for Dylan.

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-Oh, right. OK.

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-Is he reading?

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-Is he reading?

-

-Yes.

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-Nice one.

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-Not The Highway Code though. I think

-it was Take a Break. Or Golwg.

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-I can never tell the difference.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-When I was his age...

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-..I couldn't wait to get my hands

-on my dad's Hillman Minx.

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-Leave him alone. We're not all

-cut from the same cloth, are we?

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-Good point, Mama.

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-By the way, who is Hillman Minx?

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-Sounds like one of the dudes

-in Magic Mike. Hillman Minx.

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-Dad!

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-How many times? I don't want to.

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-I'll get a bus,

-or a lift or a donkey...

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-What if Anita or I'm not here

-to give you a lift?

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-What?

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-What?

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-Nothing.

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-It's expensive.

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-It's expensive.

-

-I've saved some money for you.

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-It's bad for the...

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-It's bad for the...

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-We'll get a hybrid.

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-It's dangerous.

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-If there's an idiot

-behind the wheel.

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-Pfft!

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-Pfft!

-

-What?

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-Don't pretend you don't remember.

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-Don't pretend you don't remember.

-

-What?

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-What?

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-The frog.

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-Don't you remember running over

-that frog when this one was five?

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-He still hears the squelch

-in his sleep, bless him.

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-He has a recurring nightmare.

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-There's a lump

-in his Everton poster.

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-When he gets closer to it, the frog

-is standing in the second row.

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-In the dark, he can hear

-the frog say, "Murderer!"

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-Well, tough!

-He has to have lessons because...

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-I've booked them.

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-I've booked them.

-

-What?!

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-With who?

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-Wahey! Cewyn's back!

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-C. L. E. D. Wyn.

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-I get it.

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-Do you, Stan? Do you?

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-So, when did you last

-put the lives of Moelfre...

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-..in the hands

-of hormones in hoodies then?

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-Before I had the knock.

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-There was a language barrier

-with the whole Cantonese thing...

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-..but I'm back in the game.

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-Raring to go. Nerves of steel.

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-CLEDWYN SCREAMS

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-I haven't heard from my dad

-for two weeks now.

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-But it's OK 'cos we're cool.

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-Wonder if he's said anything

-to my brothers and sisters.

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-Brothers.

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-And sisters.

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-My ones.

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-That is so congregational...

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-Is that what I mean?

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-Probs not. It's crazy anyway.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-Oh, my life!

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-ARGUING OUTSIDE

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-'Scuse me! Stop shouting, please!

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-Major life drama going on here.

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-I've just had a friend request

-from Isabella Ranieri, my sister.

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-"Lives in Montelupo Fiorentino."

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-Lush!

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-So, am I supposed to accept it?

-Perhaps it's not her.

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-Except Mike Ranieri has a daughter

-called Isabella, so...

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-I dunno. Do I?

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-Not quite now, maybe.

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-Stop shouting!

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-# Black coffee, coffee, coffee,

-black coffee, black coffee

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-# Black coffee, black coffee #

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-Right, then.

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-Glyn, you loves your cuppa,

-don't you, love? There you are.

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-Oh, Glyn,

-we're right out of Garibaldis.

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-Not really, my little cauliflower.

-There you go.

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-Thank you.

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-Winnie? Cuppa?

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-Biscuit?

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-No, thank you.

-I don't feel like it.

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-Have the fried egg

-given you heartburn again?

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-No. Nothing like that.

-Just something stupid.

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-Oh.

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-Come on, out with it.

-Get it off your chest.

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-Arthur and I have argued.

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-What?

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-We're not talking.

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-Oh.

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-He's seeing someone else.

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-Why have they changed bin day again?

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-I've only just got used to

-reminding you every Monday night...

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-..and shouting at you every Tuesday

-for forgetting to put them out.

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-Did you have to be so

-whatchamacallit with Dylan earlier?

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-Driving's not such a big deal

-as it was when you were young.

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-I know. Sorry.

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-I'm in a funny place, Mam.

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-I feel like I should move...

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-Move on with growing as a person.

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-To see the horizon differently

-from the last time I saw it.

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-Are you drunk?

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-I'm too safe, aren't I, Mam?

-I'm not one to take risks, am I?

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-Apart from going to Cardiff...

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-..and coming back here with another

-family with a hell of a backstory.

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-But that's it.

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-I took the risk then came back here.

-To the house where I was brought up.

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-You ironing my pants and me putting

-the bins out every Monday night.

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-Not every Monday night.

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-I've been thinking

-and I know it's not...

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-You want to move out, do you?

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-You want to move out, do you?

-

-No, I don't!

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-That's what you've been

-trying to tell me, isn't it?

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-Yes.

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-Yes. Great idea.

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-Has Dandan gone off you now

-you can't speak Cantonese?

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-Course not.

-She thinks I'm more sexy in Welsh.

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-I'd agree with her there.

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-Cantonese was making you

-sound a bit frustrated.

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-Hey, you still haven't told us

-how your Welsh came back.

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-It was on our honeymoon.

-You know, things happen...

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-Oh, yeah. I get it. Eh?!

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-Something similar happened to me

-in the Sun Centre in Rhyl years ago.

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-My rubber ring burst...

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-..and my head shot into the trunk

-of the pink elephant in the middle.

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-I had concussion and I thought I was

-Pamela Anderson for a whole week.

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-It was lovely.

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-One jam roly-poly

-with side of curly fries...

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-..and one chilli con carne

-with custard.

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-Jools, what's wrong with you? You

-put milk in this one's lager too.

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-I asked for that. Wasn't great.

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-Sorry, guys. My mind is so scrambly.

-Thing is, my dad...

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-Is coming back?

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-Is coming back?

-

-Yes!

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-No, but he's obvs told his kids

-about me...

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-..'cos this morning, I got

-a friend request off my new sister.

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-Lovely!

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-Was you all, like,

-"Hello? My name's Jools.

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-"What is your name?

-Would you like a sausage roll?"

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-What? I love a sausage roll, me.

-It's a proper icebreaker.

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-What if she's all excited,

-comes here to meet me and thinks...

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-.."Mama Mia, mya sistera

-is a bumma face-a"?

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-Anyway, sisters shouldn't wait 19

-years before talking to each other.

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-I haven't spoken to my sister

-for five years.

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-She doesn't speak Cantonese

-and she hasn't got a phone.

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-TELEPHONE

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-Oh, my life! Please tell me that's

-your sister and she's had a phone!

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-Hiya, Dylan.

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-Ready for it, Lewis Hamilton?

-Half past two's great.

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-I can't stay long because I've got

-an important meeting in Llandudno.

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-OK. This time, how about

-a pint of milk with a lager top?

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-I don't believe it, Win.

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-So this June rocks up and Arthur's

-all Mr Ignorey Pants with you?

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-Oh, no. He's not ignoring me.

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-He can't wait to tell me

-how great June is at doing this...

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-..and how gentle...

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-..gentle she is at doing that.

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-June, June, June.

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-Whatever!

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-See, I can't remember June.

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-There was Menai

-and there was Evelyn.

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-Oh, June!

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-June is Bob's alter ego.

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-Hang on, that was May.

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-It was only last week he was telling

-me how much he liked my pompoms.

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-Your pompoms are rockin', mind.

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-My pompoms have nothing

-on June's foot rubs.

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-You gotta come out with it.

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-You gotta say,

-"Arthur, it's me or June."

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-Men hate commitment...

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-..but you've got to say

-you want a bit of this...

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-Well, maybe not that far.

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-But say,

-"Arthur, am I your wejen or not?"

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-Yes, you're right.

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-What's a wejen?

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-Nain, have you seen my phone?

-I want to cancel.

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-Oh, Dyl. The thought of it

-is far worse than doing it.

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-Anyway, it'll be handy. You won't be

-living here forever, will you?

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-And how will your poor old Nain

-get to see you then?

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-Nain, I'm half my dad, aren't I?

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-A frog today,

-the whole species tomorrow!

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-Look, just try the first lesson.

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-Remember who's teaching you -

-Cledwyn.

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-Mr Safe in all he does.

-There won't be any surprises there.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Alright, mate?

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-I always do the first lesson

-in the lounge. Is that OK?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Mam?

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-Mam.

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-I've put the bins in the garage

-out of the way.

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-They'll be ready to go out

-on Monday...

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-And from second to third.

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-Good.

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-And fourth...

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-OK, Beds?

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-Hey, the lad's doing well.

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-I'm not as scary

-as people like to think.

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-To first again?

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-Lovely.

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-I knows I know about bedpans

-and hardenin' of the arteries...

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-..but I didn't think I'd be

-sortin' out their love lives.

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-I gotta say

-I'm a bit disappointed in Arthur.

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-I didn't realize

-he was such a player.

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-Anita, I think

-we should get our own place.

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-Move out of Mam's house and make

-a proper home for ourselves.

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-What?!

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-Well, the house

-isn't exactly ideal, is it, with...

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-I just think we should get something

-we can call ours.

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-You know, our home.

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-Or, what am I to you?

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-Your boyfriend?

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-Boyfriend?

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-I likes boyfriend,

-makes me feel young and lush.

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-So, does Vivs know?

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-She thinks it's a very good idea.

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-We're under her feet as well,

-fair play.

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-So, Dylan and Jools

-will come as well?

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-Of course. We can be

-a real family in our own house.

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-Hang on. Have this

-got something to do with Mike?

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-No, it hasn't.

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-Well, it has. Mike has made me

-think about a lot of things.

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-I've been looking, and I've found

-a three-bedroom terrace...

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-..with potential to extend

-in Rhostrehwfa.

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-And I think we should go and see it.

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-Tomorrow. Two o'clock.

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-Oh. OK.

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-Any more surprises?

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-Cled is in our house

-dressed as a fairy.

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-I don't get it.

-You're so good at talking to people.

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-Haven't you seen Long Lost Family,

-Stan?

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-They get the message.

-They get the shock.

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-Then they think it over.

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-Then they make contact

-and then the music comes up.

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-But I'm still in this bit.

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-I haven't contacted my brother

-since he took my Moulin Rouge CD.

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-Why don't you just go and get it?

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-Why don't you just go and get it?

-

-It's in Winnipeg.

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-He took your guinea pig?

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-Canada.

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-Canada.

-

-He took your guinea pig to Canada?

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-I'd rather have a guinea pig

-than a brother.

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-Oh! Don't start with this one

-and his brother, please!

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-When was the last time

-you spoke to your brother?

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-I'm a bloke. He's a bloke.

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-Blokes don't talk.

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-I'm a bloke and I like to talk.

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-But I haven't got a phone

-or the Internet.

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-But I've got a twin and we

-like to speak through our minds.

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-And when was the last time

-you spoke through your minds?

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-I've never actually tried it

-but I've heard it's possible.

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-I saw it in Take a Break.

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-Or was it Golwg.

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-I can never tell the difference.

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-Guys, this is totes unacceptz.

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-You're all telling me

-to speak to my sister...

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-..and you

-don't even speak to your sibs.

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-So here's the deal.

-I will if you will.

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-No. I will and you will.

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-If he can hear his phone over

-Ewan McGregor singing Roxanne.

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-On my Moulin Rouge CD!

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-There's nothing

-to this driving lark!

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-See? Told you!

-Nothing to worry about.

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-Next week, we'll start the engine

-and go to the end of the drive.

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-And there he was, on the sofa,

-going through the gears...

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-..dressed like a fairy.

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-Sorry.

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-Like a fairy!

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-He's at it with that again, is he?

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-He's at it with that again, is he?

-

-What?

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-He stopped when he had his knock.

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-Don't he look cute

-in them little tights, Bedwyr?

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-Hang on a minute.

-He does this all the time?

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-Well, every Tuesday night.

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-Sometimes they go

-and try and find proper ones.

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-They? Who are...

-How come I don't know about this?

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-You're never here on a Tuesday.

-You play darts.

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-You hadn't thought of telling me!

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-You hadn't thought of telling me!

-

-What's there to say?

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-He's dressed like a fairy!

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-There's all kinds of societies

-these days.

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-Fairies, goblins, pylons, My Little

-Ponies, biscuits, pork pies...

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-But people don't dress up like

-pork pies, do they? That'd be weird.

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-Hiya.

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-Jools,

-when do you finish your shift?

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-We're having a family conference.

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-There's been a development.

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-OK. What time do you want me there?

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-How did he hear that now?

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-Hello, stranger!

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-I was worried about you.

-How are you?

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-Hm. I'm sure you were.

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-But there we are, more time

-for you to spend with June.

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-Oh, June's gone.

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-Oh, June's gone.

-

-Oh! Dear me!

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-She went suddenly then, didn't she?

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-She went suddenly then, didn't she?

-

-Her mother came to take her home.

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-Her mother?!

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-She was only here

-for a week's work experience see.

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-She's back in school now.

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-She'll be glad too.

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-I didn't stop talking

-about my girlfriend to her.

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-She was fed up

-of hearing your name, Winnie.

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-Right, before we start...

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-..Bedwyr and I

-want everybody to be honest, OK?

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-Don't hold back.

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-Don't hold back.

-

-Gross.

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-OK. I'll start.

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-I can only poo in the Ship.

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-Vivs?

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-No, Dei.

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-Anita and I have got something

-we want to discuss with you.

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-Well, them.

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-Yeah. What it is, right,

-Bedwyr was askin'...

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-Well, when I say askin',

-Bedwyr was thinkin'...

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-..it's a good idea...

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-Sorry, I've run out of sense. You

-say it, Beds, it's too important.

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-OK.

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-Well, as you know...

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-..we live here.

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-But the thing is,

-everybody lives here.

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-I don't.

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-Really?!

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-Well, the thing is,

-since everybody here is...

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-Oh, for gawd's sake.

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-Listen.

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-Bedwyr wants him and Anita

-to get their own place.

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-You're deserting me, Mam!

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-One parent

-comes in through one door...

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-..and the next parent

-goes out through the other.

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-No. This is

-what we wanted to discuss, babes.

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-If Bedwyr and I move out

-and get our own place...

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-..we'd obvs want you and Dylan

-to come with us.

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-Everybody happy?

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-Everybody happy?

-

-Yep! Brilliant!

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-I'll move in here with Vivs.

-You'll be safe with Dei, babes.

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-I'm OK here.

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-Great for you,

-but my life's 100mph at the moment.

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-Well, ten.

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-Like Cledwyn said today...

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-.."Bippitybee, bippity bo,

-the car's in gear, so off we go.

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-"A bit of magic and a bit of dust

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-"Conquer the drive,

-to the world, go we must!"

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-Whoosh.

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-Wow!

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-Actually, no offence,

-but I really like living here too.

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-I love my room, and I love Vivs.

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-Anyway,

-you shouldn't separate siblings...

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-..because they end up

-on Long Lost Family.

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-I gotta be honest, babes,

-I don't really wanna go either.

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-I loves a big family.

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-When you thinks about it...

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-..it's not unusual to live

-with the kids and the Nain.

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-I know it's chaotic in the morning

-an' all tha'...

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-..but I likes the hurdy-gurdy

-and the under-feets.

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-It's what a family does, innit?

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-Well, if that's what you want.

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-I just wanted to try to show you

-that I was serious...

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-..as a boyfriend.

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-Yeah, I got that, babes.

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-So, nothing's changed...

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-..and you're staying here.

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-It looks like it.

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-Don't upset yourself, babes.

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-Well, I think you're all stupid!

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-So, while we were being honest...

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-..I asked Mam if she thought

-Isabella would think I was a loser.

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-Obvs, she said no - she's my mum.

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-She also said...

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-.."Babes, when it comes to

-your family, the more the merrier.

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-"Accepto." That weirdly sounded

-Welsh and Italian!

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-Welalian.

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-What do you have planned?

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-What do you have planned?

-

-Shelves in the corner.

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-Ah, mums. Our biggest fans.

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-Supporting everything we do,

-even if they're scared of it.

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-But sometimes

-being scared of something...

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-..is a lot worse

-than it actually is.

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-Once you go for it,

-you can do anything...

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-..and go to the end of any drive.

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-And sometimes, you're scared

-of things that aren't even true.

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-How pointless is that?!

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-And sometimes, you're scared so much

-water's gone under your bridges...

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-..that it's too late

-to get the water back...

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-..but really, nothing's changed...

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-..but really, nothing's changed...

-

-Yes.

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-..no matter

-how you connect with them.

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-Malcolm?

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-Malcolm?

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-# Roxanne

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-# You don't have to wear... #

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-And it doesn't matter if your family

-takes stuff sometimes.

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-'Cos they always give more back.

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-# You don't have to sell your body

-to the night #

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-It's all about taking the plunge,

-really, and not being scared.

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-Just, sometimes,

-you need to plunge a bit deeper.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Mae hi'n fore prysur arall yn nhy Vivs ac mae Bedwyr yn dechrau meddwl bod y ty'n rhy fach iddyn nhw. It's another busy morning in Vivs' house and Bedwyr wonders if they should move.