A'r Parti Henri Helynt


A'r Parti

Pan mae Mam a Dad yn mynd i ffwrdd am y penwythnos, mae Hen Fodryb Greta yn dod i warchod y bechgyn. Henri takes advantage when Great Aunt Greta comes to babysit for the weekend.


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-# It's not fair

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-# When Mum and Dad nag-nag

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-# "Stand up straight!

-Don't be rude!"

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-# It's so not fair,

-cos the Killer Boys Rats know

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-# School stinks, kids rule

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-# So when they send you to your room

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-# Sing a little tune

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-# You sing nah nah nah nah nah!

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-# Nah nah nah nah nah

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-# Nah nah nah nah nah

-nah nah nah nah nah!

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-# Nah nah nah nah nah

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-# Nah nah nah nah nah

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-# Nah nah nah nah nah #

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-There's something special

-in my cakes.

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-What?

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-Love.

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-Oh.

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-Just testing my Alun shooter

-for the final time.

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-Needs a little work.

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-I'm home. Henri, come down,

-we have some news to share with you.

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-What's up now?

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-How romantic.

-A weekend away on your birthday.

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-You're leaving me alone with him

-for a whole weekend.

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-Great.

-I can try out my Alun shooter.

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-We'll be fine on our own.

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-You won't be on your own.

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-Great Aunt Greta

-is coming to look after you.

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-No-o-o-o-o!

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-Great Aunt Greta,

-it's lovely to see you.

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-Well, Alun, you've grown.

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-No, Great Aunt Greta, I'm Alun.

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-Of course.

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-Where's little Henrietta?

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-His name's Henri, Great Aunt Greta.

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-Yes, where is she?

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-I have presents for everyone.

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-A baseball hat for Alun.

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-Young, fashionable teenagers

-wear them back-to-front.

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-These are for Henrietta.

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-Right, you two lovebirds.

-Off you go for the weekend.

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-We'll have lots of fun.

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-Behave, boys. Here's our number

-in case there's an emergency.

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-Don't worry, we'll be good,

-won't we, Henri?

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-Now then, what can we do next?

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-It's almost tea-time.

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-These might come in handy after all.

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-Right then, what's in the larder?

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-Great Aunt Greta?

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-It's empty.

-We'll have to go shopping.

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-But... But...

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-Stay there, Great Aunt Greta.

-Alun and I will fetch the shopping.

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-You're such a kind little girl,

-Henrietta.

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-Stop. We need vegetables.

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-Vegetables are for rabbits. A-ha!

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-Too much sugar.

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-What next?

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-Bread?

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-Pizza!

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-Have you worked here long?

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-Have you worked here long?

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-Ready, Great Aunt Greta?

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-It was nice talking to you.

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-No broccoli!

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-No Broccoli? What kind

-of supermarket is this?

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-I won't be coming back here

-in a hurry.

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-Here you go.

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-Eat it up before it gets cold.

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-But, Great Aunt Greta,

-this is cat food.

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-Yes, eat it up

-like good little boys and girls.

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-Finished.

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-What a good girl, Henrietta.

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-Down, Pero.

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-That's Fflwffen.

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-That's Fflwffen.

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-Yes, very fluffy. Good dog.

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-She's a cat.

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-That's it, you tell him.

-After the cat, Pero.

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-Pizza, pizza, where's the pizza?

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-I pulled it out of the trolley

-and put it back.

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-What did you do?

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-What did you do?

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-It's not good for you.

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-It's better than cat food.

-We'll have to order some in.

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-Hello? Yes, I want

-the biggest pizza you have.

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-With all the toppings.

-Three of them.

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-And ice cream. Buckets of ice cream.

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-And dough balls.

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-Henrietta? Henrietta?

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-I want it now.

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-There you are, Henrietta.

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-It's 5.30pm.

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-Time for good girls to climb

-the wooden hill to Bedfordshire.

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-Come on.

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-Where are you going, sunshine?

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-You said it was bedtime.

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-Not for big boys like you.

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-You can stay up until 10.00pm.

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-But...

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-Excuse me, mate.

-Where does Henri live?

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-I'm delivering food to his party.

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-Party?

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-Party?

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-I think so.

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-Which way?

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-Yes, just drive around the corner.

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-Party? Wait until I tell the others.

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-A big kiss for Great Aunt Greta.

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-Goodnight, Henrietta.

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-Sorry.

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-DOORBELL

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-These are for you.

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-What time is this, young lad?

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-In the olden days,

-the mail would arrive before 8.30am.

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-Not in the middle of the night.

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-Alun, let's watch Hafod Hunllef.

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-I know that big boys like you

-like ghosts.

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-I heard you were having a party.

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-Am I? Why not?

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-In you come.

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-I have enough here to keep us going.

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-Oh, dear.

-Pero wants to go out for a walk.

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-Where's his lead?

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-She doesn't have a lead.

-She's a cat.

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-On the mat? I'll find it.

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-Come on, Pero, let's go.

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-Horrid, horrid, I'm being horrid.

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-What was that?

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-Why couldn't Mam and Dad be here?

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-There are ghosts in the house.

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-I'm going to phone Mam and Dad.

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-If this isn't an emergency,

-I don't know what is.

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-This is so romantic.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-PHONE RINGS

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-Who could that be?

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-Hello. Alun? What's wrong, love?

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-Ghosts? I don't think so.

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-Where's Aunt Greta? Out?

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-Where's Henri? Sent to bed?

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-Don't worry, Mami's on the way.

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-Faster, faster,

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-Help. Ghosts, ghosts.

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-This house is full of ghosts.

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-Uh-oh, time to disappear.

-My parents are back.

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-Ghosts indeed!

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-Come on, let's take a closer look.

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-What on earth is going on?

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-I think I've had a little accident.

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-Can I help you?

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-Henrietta.

-You're such a good little girl.

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-Hello, hello, hello.

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-What's going on?

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-Now then,

-thank goodness you're here.

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-A vandal and a bad driver?

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-You'd better come with me, sir.

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-I can explain.

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-Uh... no.

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-I can't.

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Pan mae Mam a Dad yn mynd i ffwrdd am y penwythnos, mae Hen Fodryb Greta yn dod i warchod y bechgyn. Henri takes advantage when Great Aunt Greta comes to babysit for the weekend.