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Ar ddiwedd wythnos brysur arall beth sydd ar feddyliau cwsmeriaid salons Cymru? At the end of another busy week, what's making tongues wag in salons around Wales?


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-Hello, hello, hello!

-Back in the chair of doom.

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-Hiya, love, how are you?

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-Is he the man on the telly?

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-Is he the man on the telly?

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-Yes, the filming's going on now.

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-It's boom, boom boom!

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-It's not enough.

-I think it should be more.

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-Oh, my God, this place

-has gone to the dogs.

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-Welcome to Y Salon,

-where there are...

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-..stories that will

-turn your hair grey.

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-Banning immigrants, building a wall,

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-..firing the country's

-top legal figure...

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-..and an invitation

-to visit Britain.

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-Yes, it has been a busy week

-for Donald Trump.

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-It's also been a busy week

-for protests against him.

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-There were hundreds

-out in Bangor last night.

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-I heard that too.

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-There were protests in Bangor.

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-There were protests in Bangor.

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-And in Aberystwyth and Cardiff.

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-Instead of dilly-dallying around and

-waiting six months before acting...

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-..he's become President,

-said what he was going to do...

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-..and then gone ahead and done it.

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-He's crazy, a total headcase.

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-He definitely is.

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-I used to think that because he's

-a businessman he must be clever...

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-..but the more I watch him,

-the more I think he's nuts.

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-He really frightens me,

-and that's in all seriousness.

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-It's a Catch 22 situation.

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-I see why a lot of people

-are disgusted.

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-He is very extreme with some things.

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-He does upset a lot of people...

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-..but with some things,

-I'm sorry, I agree with him.

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-With immigration and refugees?

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-Oh, babe!

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-Oh, babe!

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-To an extent, to an extent.

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-1.7 million people have

-come out against him already.

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-1.7 million.

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-1.7 million.

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-Yes.

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-I agree with this petition.

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-I agree with this petition.

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-Absolutely.

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-We don't want him anywhere near us.

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-We don't want him anywhere near us.

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-No, we don't.

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-What do you think of Trump?

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-He's painting everyone

-with the same brush on immigration.

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-There are a few little sayings.

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-He says that he wants

-all the immigrants out...

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-..and a Native American is saying

-"When are you leaving then!".

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-It's true, isn't it.

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-This is just the start of it.

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-It's going to get very messy

-in the end.

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-I don't agree

-with what he's doing.

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-He's just sacked that woman.

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-Sally Yates, the Attorney General.

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-He's sacking everyone. He sacked the

-Eternity for not agreeing with him.

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-Are you going to go there

-to work on building the wall?

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-My boss has already

-had a phone call.

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-We had a phone call...

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-.."Matthew, we need to build

-a great, big wall...

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-"..the Wall of Eternity".

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-He doesn't care about anyone or

-anything. He's just like Hitler.

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-They're trying to compare

-Donald Trump to Hitler.

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-He's nothing like that.

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-He has had...

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-He has had...

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-..a bad start

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-He's had enough of everything,

-how the country has gone.

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-He thinks it all has to change

-and that's that.

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-He's not shy in saying it.

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-He's not shy in saying it.

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-No, he's not.

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-I'm studying the history

-of the Nazis in detail.

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-This is how Hitler started,

-exactly like this.

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-He comes across as completely racist

-and dictatorial.

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-A lot of people hate Trump...

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-..because he's said things

-that you're not supposed to say.

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-He says what he says

-because he's realistic.

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-Women are down here and men are up

-there. That's how it's going to be.

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-As I said to another customer...

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-..women do have their 'monthlies'.

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-Our minds aren't straight whereas

-men's minds are always straight.

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-If a big debate is taking place...

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-..and there's a hormonal person

-and a strong man speaking...

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-..the man will be able

-to answer quickly every time.

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-Controversial, babe.

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-Controversial, babe.

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-It's controversial but it's true.

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-The world has changed.

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-Women have fought to get the vote

-and for equal rights.

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-There are still countries where

-women aren't allowed to vote...

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-..and don't have equal rights.

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-The liberty you have to run your

-own business and do what you like...

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-..is taken for granted.

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-His views haven't developed

-or moved with the times.

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-One thing everybody agrees on is

-that Trump should sort out his hair.

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-A hair transplant, maybe,

-like Wayne Rooney.

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-Wayne Rooney has paid thousands

-for a hair transplant.

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-Poor thing. What he really needs

-is a face transplant.

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-What's the difference between

-a man getting a hair transplant...

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-..and a woman getting a boob job?

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-If it makes you feel better,

-it makes you feel better.

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-I'd never judge anyone.

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-Without hair, your head is cold.

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-Are you cold with small boobs?

-I don't know.

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-Do you like bald men?

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-Eh?

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-Do you prefer a man with hair

-or with a bald head?

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-Bald, I think.

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-Bald, I think.

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-Me, too.

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-Yes.

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-They say that bald men are sexier.

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-Oh, Joyce!

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-Do you like bald men?

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-Do you like bald men?

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-I don't mind them.

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-She hasn't got much choice!

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-It's too late to pull out now!

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-The more bald they are,

-the more butch they are.

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-I want one of those, Carys.

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-I see, one of those.

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-I see, one of those.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Are there a lot of them?

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-My husband doesn't have much hair

-so I just have to live with it.

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-You shine his head every night!

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-Do you polish his head?

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-Do you polish his head?

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-Pledge!

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-I like to run my fingers

-through Pete's hair.

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-It's like a bird's nest today.

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-Oh, dear God.

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-When did you last wash it?

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-When did you last wash it?

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-This morning! Cheek!

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-Gary Barlow hasn't washed his hair

-for 14 years.

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-I'm not sure I believe that. Do you?

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-He always looks quite tidy.

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-He always looks quite tidy.

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-He looks very groomed.

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-It's disgusting,

-I could never do that!

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-It hasn't spoiled his looks.

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-It hasn't spoiled his looks.

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-No.

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-Would you kick him out of bed?

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-Would you kick him out of bed?

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-Not now, no!

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-Staying with pop music...

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-..it's been a big week

-for the Welsh girl, Lucie Jones.

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-The former X Factor star...

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-..was confirmed as Britain's

-representative at Eurovision.

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-Lucie Jones.

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-Eurovision, fair play to her.

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-That could have been you.

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-I know, don't even start me off.

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-You must be delighted

-with Eurovision starting.

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-Did you watch it?

-Oh, no, you don't, do you?

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-No, I'm straight,

-and you know how we are.

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-That's nothing to do with it.

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-Oh, come on!

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-Oh, come on!

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-How dare you.

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-How many straight people

-do you know who watch it?

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-You're so stereotypical.

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-You're so stereotypical.

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-And you're not!

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-Do you watch Eurovision?

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-No, I don't.

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-No, I don't.

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-I don't blame you, it's rubbish.

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-It's a pile of trash,

-an actual pile of trash.

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-They all vote for the countries

-around them. It happens every year.

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-Thousands are spent on the programme

-and it's a waste of time.

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-I think the judges

-will be very happy...

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-..with the fact

-that we've come out of Europe!

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-It won't make any difference.

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-It won't make any difference.

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-Not at all.

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-It will still be "Nul Points"!

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-It will still be "Nul Points"!

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-Still "Nul Points"!

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-What's your favourite song?

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-On Eurovision

-it would have to be Bucks Fizz.

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-Bucks Fizz, that was years ago.

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-Bucks Fizz, that was years ago.

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-Who are Bucks Fizz?

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-# You've got to speed it up #

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-# Slow it down #

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-# Making your mind up #

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-# Making your mind up #

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-I'm too young.

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-Don't you remember

-them ripping off...

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-Making Your Mind Up.

-They would rip off the skirts.

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-I wanted a skirt like that

-and to dance like Bucks Fizz.

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-It was amazing.

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-I remember when Brotherhood of Man

-were singing.

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-# Save your kisses for me,

-save all your kisses for me

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-# Bye bye, baby, bye bye #

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-Oh, my God, Carys,

-I'm destined for Eurovision!

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-I'll be your backing singer!

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-I've no patience with pop music.

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-I've no patience with pop music.

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-Haven't you?

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-It's all boom, boom, boom

-and I don't understand the words.

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-A lot of them just shout.

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-A lot of them just shout.

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-It's terrible.

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-Bryn Fon's the man.

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-# Ti'n gadael i mi gredu

-bod gen ti ddim diddordeb #

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-A bit of Bryn Fon

-right from the heart.

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-# And I will always love you

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-# I will always love you #

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-Oh! Bodyguard!

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-Surely Whitney Houston

-never sang at Eurovision?

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-Staying with films, which actors are

-people's favourites in the salon?

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-If I had a favourite, I think

-one of the best is Sir Ian McKellen.

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-Who?

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-Ian McKellen.

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-Ian McKellen.

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-Oh, yeah.

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-Gandalf in the Hobbit

-and Lord of the Rings.

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-He is good.

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-Ruth Jones for me.

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-Ruth Jones for me.

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-Who?

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-Gavin and Stacey,

-"What's occurring"!

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-All right, Ness, how's it going?

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-Does she remind you of me?

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-Actually, yes.

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-The only difference

-is that she drives a lorry...

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-..and you drive a tractor!

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-Oh, my God, you actually do!

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-Jason Statham.

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-Jason Statham.

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-Really?

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-I say that but Liam says

-"He can't act, Mari".

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-He can't act, Mari!

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-I agree with him.

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-Harrison Ford is closer to my age.

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-Fair play.

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-I'd do many things with him!

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-Oh, you know, these actors

-are dropping like flies.

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-Poor old John Hurt.

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-Poor old John Hurt.

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-It was a shame.

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-A real shame

-and he was only seventy something.

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-That's young.

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-That's young.

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-He wasn't old at all.

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-Which of his films did you like?

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-I thought he was excellent

-in The Elephant Man.

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-You wouldn't know it was him

-but he was brilliant.

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-My husband trained as a doctor

-at the Royal London Hospital.

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-Two of my kids were born there...

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-..and the Elephant Man's

-skeleton is kept there.

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-Michael Jackson

-wanted to buy the skeleton...

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-..but they said it wasn't for sale.

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-The skeleton of the Elephant Man

-is in the Royal London Hospital.

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-I didn't know that.

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-It's absolutely fascinating.

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-John Hurt was absolutely...

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-..do you know, it's one of the most

-moving films I have ever seen.

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-That old man who was in...

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-That old man who was in...

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-Harry Potter.

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-..Harry Potter.

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-"This wand, Mr Potter.

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-"This wand chose you."

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-He was in over 200 films.

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-Really?

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-I only knew him for that film.

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-More from Matthew, Maggi and

-the rest of the customers...

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-..after this short break.

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-This is what I'm born to do, baby!

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-Hey, man,

-what are you talking about?

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-I'm Matty B

-and I'm here to book you!

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-I'm eighty.

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-I'm eighty.

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-You're not!

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-Good Lord, what have you been using?

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-Formaldehyde?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-There was one photo all

-over the papers this week...

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-..showing Theresa May

-and Donald Trump hand in hand.

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-It seems this was not

-a sign of friendship...

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-..but rather the Prime Minister

-helping the President...

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-..because he has a fear of stairs

-of all things.

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-But what phobias do they

-have in the salon?

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-Men.

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-Men.

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-Men?

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-You're telling fibs, Joyce.

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-I don't think any man

-would frighten you, Joyce.

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-Oh dear me.

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-If someone had a massive snake,

-would you be able to hold it?

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-No, I have a snake phobia.

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-Moths. I'll never forget

-going to Spain.

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-A huge white moth

-flew into my mouth.

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-I swallowed it. That's why

-I don't like them. It was massive.

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-Rats or any kind of rodent.

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-I'm fine with spiders.

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-Any kind of rodent

-makes me feel sick.

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-I don't like house spiders.

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-I used to have two tarantulas

-but I lost them.

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-How can you not like house spiders

-but keep tarantulas?

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-You know where you are

-with tarantulas.

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-We went out for dinner...

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-..and the first thing I saw

-was a big spider on the wall.

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-It made me feel ill.

-I ran out of the restaurant.

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-I've got a phobia with food.

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-I've got a phobia with food.

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-Food?

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-I don't like it when foods

-touch each other.

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-If I have gravy and it's touched

-other food, I won't eat it.

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-Won't you?

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-Won't you?

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-No.

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-I can't close the toilet door.

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-I have to.

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-I can't. Seriously.

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-What do you do if you're in

-McDonald's and you need the toilet?

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-I'm like this, literally.

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-Sandwiches.

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-Sandwiches?

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-Ever since I was a little girl

-I can't stand them.

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-I used to hide them under cushions.

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-There's no problem if you want

-to use your mobile in the salon...

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-..but it's another matter

-if you're driving a car.

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-If you're on your phone and you hit

-a child or a woman...

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-or a milkman...

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-And for what?

-Just to find out what's for tea?

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-For what?

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-If someone's going

-to meet someone...

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-..and they want to

-text to say they've left...

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-..people are going to do that.

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-I've done it.

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-I can't because I keep my phone

-in my bag on the back seat.

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-Mine's on the dash and if I get

-a message, I look at it...

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-..but I know it's dangerous.

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-It's a 200 fine

-and six points on your licence.

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-I agree with it.

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-I don't think it's enough.

-It should be more.

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-It should be 1,000.

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-It should be 1,000.

-

-I'm with you there, absolutely.

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-I see people passing in lorries,

-vans and they're on their phones.

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-It's ridiculous. People get killed

-because drivers don't concentrate.

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-There are clever, intelligent people

-in Felinheli...

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-..on their phones

-when they drive past my house.

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-It drives me mad.

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-I honestly think the fine

-should be a lifetime ban.

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-There's so much of it going on.

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-I don't think

-they have enough police...

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-..to police it.

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-You used to be a policeman.

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-I've given out tickets to them

-and people not wearing seatbelts.

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-When you're driving,

-you're putting lives in danger.

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-You see them driving

-and they're like this...

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-You can get hands free.

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-Why do they need it in their hands?

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-This week it was announced that

-Princes William and Harry...

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-..will erect a statue as

-a tribute to their mother Diana...

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-..on the 20th anniversary

-of her death.

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-Have you heard Prince Harry and

-William are making a memorial...

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-About time.

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-They were young when they lost her.

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-They didn't have any choice

-at the time.

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-Now, twenty years on,

-they can do things.

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-I like them.

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-I like them.

-

-I love them.

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-After twenty years they can do

-something for their mother.

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-It should have been done sooner.

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-Look at Cilla Black.

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-She died a while ago

-and she already has a statue.

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-Will it be in someone's garden?

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-Will it be in someone's garden?

-

-I don't know.

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-The garden of some big house.

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-The boys have turned out fantastic.

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-They thought the world

-of their mother.

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-Yes.

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-William and Kate have many friends

-in North Wales...

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-..after their time

-living on Anglesey.

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-I never saw Prince William

-and Kate in Llanfair M.E.

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-Didn't I tell you?

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-Didn't I tell you?

-

-No.

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-Me and Kate...

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-Oh. They lived down the road.

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-People suggested

-they'd only built a Waitrose...

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-..so that Kate could do her shopping

-there, but she liked Lidl's.

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-That's where she liked to shop?

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-That's where she liked to shop?

-

-That's where she liked to go.

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-I went to Waitrose

-and fell into the deep freeze.

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-No!

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-No!

-

-Yes.

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-I never went to Waitrose with

-Kate but Kate and me were mates.

0:17:510:17:54

-She's very plain, bless her,

-and so thin.

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-You were talking about doughnuts.

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-You were talking about doughnuts.

-

-She could do with some doughnuts.

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-She should be tied to a radiator

-and fed a bucketful of doughnuts.

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-Good grief, she's so thin.

-Isn't she thin? Ever so thin.

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-Tie her to a radiator!

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-Tie her to a radiator!

-

-I never want to be that thin.

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-They're saying it's better to have

-separate beds now, have you heard?

0:18:160:18:20

-I've got friends

-who have been married for...

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-..good grief, 25 years.

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-They swear the only reason

-they're still together...

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-..is that they

-sleep in separate rooms.

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-They just meet on the landing

-every now and then.

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-Oh, I wouldn't like that.

0:18:410:18:42

-Oh no, I don't like that idea.

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-The flipping snoring drives me mad.

-Oh my god.

0:18:460:18:50

-Rich starts to snore as soon

-as his head hits the pillow.

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-I can't get to sleep for an hour.

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-I go downstairs, have a smoke,

-I come back and he's snoring.

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-He's snoring and so's the dog.

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-Snoring makes you violent.

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-Snoring makes you violent.

-

-Does it?

0:19:040:19:06

-You start off by saying "Cariad,

-wake up".

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-Then it's "Psst, psst"

-and you rub their back.

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-Then it's...

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-Then you go for them.

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-You have to have a cuddle at night.

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-You have to have a cuddle at night.

-

-Oh, yes.

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-In my big waterbed.

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-Have you got a waterbed?

0:19:240:19:25

-Have you got a waterbed?

-

-Yes.

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-You rebel. I can just imagine

-these two in a waterbed.

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-You're making me feel sick.

-Don't tell me any stories, please.

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-Fishing.

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-Fishing.

-

-Fishing, yes.

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-Don't you get seasick?

0:19:370:19:39

-No, it's nice.

0:19:390:19:41

-One topic amongst Bala residents

-has been...

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-..should the new Ysgol y Berwyn

-have church status...

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-..or be a community school?

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-The church used to take part

-in the running of Ysgol y Berwyn.

0:19:510:19:57

-I read in the paper that...

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-..the bishop of St Asaph had said

-that he thought the church...

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-..would have some responsibility

-for the running of the school...

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-..but that people in the area

-say they shouldn't be involved.

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-I think it should be

-a community school.

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-There's an issue

-within the community...

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-..but we need to unite

-as a community.

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-I don't know if there's any need

-for all this arguing.

0:20:260:20:31

-In the end, it's the education

-that's important.

0:20:310:20:34

-Well, it's that time again...

0:20:350:20:38

-..when we the Welsh wear red,

-put silly things on our heads...

0:20:380:20:42

-..and become

-totally biased rugby experts.

0:20:430:20:46

-Yes, it's Six Nations season.

0:20:460:20:48

-It's a great atmosphere.

-Everyone goes to the pub.

0:20:490:20:52

-I don't understand

-the scoring system.

0:20:520:20:55

-I watch it for the wrong reasons.

0:20:550:20:57

-My favourite player

-is Alun Wyn Jones.

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-Nain loves Leigh Halfpenny.

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-I say

-"Nain, he's too young for you".

0:21:030:21:06

-It doesn't matter does it?

0:21:060:21:08

-That Leigh Halfpenny.

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-He's got fantastic legs.

0:21:110:21:14

-He studies the goal and he studies

-the ball. He takes his time.

0:21:140:21:18

-Ooooh.

0:21:180:21:19

-Your favourite

-doesn't play any more.

0:21:200:21:22

-Who is it?

0:21:220:21:23

-Gareth Thomas. And he's gay.

0:21:250:21:27

-Oh dear, you've got a problem.

0:21:290:21:30

-Oh dear, you've got a problem.

-

-I know.

0:21:300:21:31

-Have you been to the stadium

-in Cardiff?

0:21:320:21:34

-No, I've never been.

0:21:340:21:36

-The first time I went there

-was when Wales played Scotland.

0:21:360:21:40

-I was in the crowd,

-about five rows from the front...

0:21:410:21:44

-..and I caught the ball.

0:21:450:21:46

-No!

0:21:460:21:47

-Legs - Scott Williams.

0:21:480:21:51

-I worry about injuries.

0:21:510:21:54

-I don't think George North

-should be playing.

0:21:550:21:57

-He's had so much concussion.

0:21:580:21:59

-I live with a doctor. He says he

-shouldn't play after so many knocks.

0:22:000:22:04

-Face - Leigh Halfpenny.

0:22:050:22:08

-He's lovely.

0:22:080:22:09

-I'd love to wake up with Rhys Webb.

0:22:100:22:12

-When Shane Williams was playing,

-he was an all-rounder...

0:22:130:22:17

-..eye candy, good legs,

-he was fast, he had everything.

0:22:170:22:21

-When I went to the Liberty

-Stadium...

0:22:210:22:23

-..I took binoculars and

-just watched Shane's legs.

0:22:230:22:26

-Does anyone like that Nigel Owen?

0:22:270:22:29

-Oh, he's lovely.

0:22:290:22:31

-Isn't he? So smart. He's gorj.

0:22:310:22:34

-I have to get up before dawn

-tomorrow.

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-Where are you going?

0:22:390:22:39

-Where are you going?

-

-Milking.

0:22:390:22:41

-The cow will have a shock.

0:22:430:22:45

-The cow will have a shock.

-

-Won't she!

0:22:450:22:47

-Once the cows see me,

-not much milking gets done.

0:22:490:22:53

-They'll process the milk fast.

0:22:560:22:58

-They'll process the milk fast.

-

-Very fast.

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-"Come on ladies, it's milking time."

0:23:000:23:03

-I went to Merched y Wawr,

-with Victoria Sponge.

0:23:030:23:07

-What's she like?

0:23:070:23:08

-What's she like?

-

-Who, Victoria?

0:23:080:23:09

-It's a cake, silly.

0:23:100:23:12

-Like I said to him, spaghetti is

-straight when it's wet and hot.

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-Bless.

0:23:220:23:23

-I need to go. I'm being corrupted.

0:23:230:23:25

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Ar ddiwedd wythnos brysur arall beth sydd ar feddyliau cwsmeriaid salons Cymru? At the end of another busy week, what's making tongues wag in salons around Wales?