Het Wen Ar Ei Ben a Dwy Goe Pentre Bach


Het Wen Ar Ei Ben a Dwy Goe

Mae rhywun neu rywbeth yn bwyta hadau Coblyn, ac wrth geisio gweld pwy sy'n gwneud, mae Jac y Jwc druan yn cael codwm! Someone or something is stealing Coblyn's seeds.


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-Jac Do?

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-Jac Do?

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-Where are you?

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-Boo!

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-Oh!

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-Are you hiding from me again,

-Jac Do?

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-Boo!

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-Boo!

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-Jacaraca!

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-Hello, Sali Mali.

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-Hello, Sali Mali.

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-Are you down here?

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-Hello, Jac.

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-Are you playing hide-and-seek,

-Sali Mali?

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-No, no, no, Jac.

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-I'm looking for Jac Do.

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-I haven't seen him

-since this morning.

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-He wasn't even here

-to eat his breakfast.

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-How strange.

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-How strange.

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-Yes, it's very strange, Jac y Jwc.

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-He's hiding from you.

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-Let me try.

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-Jac Do! I'm coming, ready or not!

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-Is he over here?

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-No, Jac. He isn't down there.

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-I'm worried about him.

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-There's no need to worry.

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-I'll tell a joke.

-He's bound to come out, laughing.

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-What's a crocodile's favourite game?

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-Don't you know?

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-A crocodile's favourite game

-is Snap!

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-That was a good one, Jac y Jwc.

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-Did you like it, Jac Do?

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-He really isn't here, Jac.

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-I'm worried sick.

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-I'll go and look for him.

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-Will you, Jac?

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-Will you, Jac?

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-Yes, so stop worrying.

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-I'll find Jac Do.

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-Jac Do?

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-Jac Do?

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-# Plant, plant some little seeds.

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-# Plant, plant, plant

-some little seeds. #

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-There we are!

-My seeds will grow in no time.

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-That's it.

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-Where are you, Llywelyn Fawr?

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-Ah! There you are.

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-It's your job to guard those seeds.

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-Do you understand?

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-You do? Jolly good.

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-Keep an eye on Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-She's the one you've got to watch.

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-Alright. What's next?

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-Oh, yes! I must water these seeds.

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-Did you hear something?

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-I thought I'd heard something.

-My gnome ears are rarely wrong.

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-Pardon?

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-You're right -

-it was probably Bili Bom-Bom.

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-I'll fetch some water

-from Mrs Migl-Magl's house.

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-Keep an eye on my seeds.

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-Thank you, Mrs Migl-Magl.

-See you, Daf.

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-There's plenty of water

-in my watering can.

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-What on earth happened?

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-Where are my seeds?

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-Llywelyn Fawr! Did you eat my seeds?

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-I'm sorry. No, of course

-you didn't eat the seeds.

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-Who would do such a thing?

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-Did you see anyone suspicious

-around here?

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-SOMEONE SNEEZES

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-Dwmplen Malwoden!

-I suspected her, all along.

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-Good morning, Coblyn. How are you?

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-Good morning, Coblyn. How are you?

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-You did it, didn't you?

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-Did what?

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-Did what?

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-You stole my seeds.

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-I stole your seeds?!

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-I stole your seeds?!

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-Yes.

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-Why would I steal your seeds?

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-Because my seeds

-are better than yours.

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-I have plenty of seeds, Coblyn.

-They're better than yours, to boot.

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-If you didn't do it, who did?

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-If you didn't do it, who did?

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-I have no idea.

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-I'd better go and make sure

-my seeds are safe.

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-See you, Coblyn.

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-If Dwmplen Malwoden didn't do it,

-who did?

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-This is getting serious,

-Llywelyn Fawr.

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-Call a gnomes' meeting.

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-Are we all here,

-my little gnome friends?

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-Good.

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-Someone stole my seeds.

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-This naughty thief must be caught.

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-I have a plan.

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-Jac Do?

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-SHE SNEEZES

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-SHE SNEEZES

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-Dwmplen may have seen him.

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-Have you seen Jac Do?

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-Have you seen Jac Do?

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-Someone has stolen my seeds, too!

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-What's wrong, Dwmplen?

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-Oh, Jac y Jwc!

-Someone has stolen my seeds.

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-This was full of seeds this morning

-and now it's almost empty.

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-Steady on, Dwmplen!

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-Are you sure

-it was full this morning?

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-Yes, I'm sure.

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-SHE SNEEZES

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-Coblyn, that naughty gnome,

-may have been here.

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-No, it wasn't him.

-Someone has stolen his seeds, too.

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-What? Someone has stolen

-Coblyn's seeds, too?

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-Wait there, Dwmplen.

-I'll go and see Coblyn right now.

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-We'll dissolve this problem.

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-Solve this problem, Jac!

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-Yes - that, too, Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-Hello?

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-Is there anybody home?

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-Hello? Are you there, Coblyn?

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-Caught you, you little monkey!

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-Jac y Jwc? What are you doing here?

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-Did you steal my seeds?

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-Did you steal my seeds?

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-Steal your seeds?

-What's wrong with you?

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-I'm here to help you.

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-Dwmplen told me about your seeds

-going missing.

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-Help me up.

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-I'm really sorry, Jac y Jwc.

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-Oh! Oh! Ouch!

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-My ankle hurts.

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-My head hurts, too.

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-Can you get up, Jac y Jwc?

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-I'll do my best, Coblyn.

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-I can't put any weight on it.

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-Oh, my poor little head!

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-Don't move, Jac y Jwc!

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-Don't move, Jac y Jwc!

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-I

-can't

-move, Coblyn!

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-No, of course not.

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-Sit down.

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-I'll go and phone 999

-from Mrs Migl-Magl's house.

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-You're going the wrong way, Coblyn!

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-Oh, no! I'm getting in a real tizzy.

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-Go and phone for an ambulance,

-Coblyn!

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-Mrs Migl-Magl,

-can I use your phone, please?

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-Yes, of course.

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-What's wrong, Coblyn?

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-What's wrong, Coblyn?

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-I don't have time to explain.

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-Hello? Ambulance, please.

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-Hello? Ambulance, please.

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-Ooh! An ambulance?

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-Coblyn's vegetable garden,

-Pentre Bach.

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-Jac y Jwc has had a fall.

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-Thank you.

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-I must get back to Jac y Jwc.

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-Hey! That's my phone!

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-Hey! That's my phone!

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-I'm sorry, Daf.

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-Put this over him to keep him warm.

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-You can take this, too.

-Tell him it's from me.

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-Thank you, Mrs Migl-Magl.

-Thank you, Daf.

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-He's running back gnome again!

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-Fair play to them.

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-Jacaraca!

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-How did I manage to take a tumble?

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-I've no idea, Jac y Jwc.

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-Coblyn?

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-Are you telling the truth?

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-I'm really sorry, Jac y Jwc.

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-I was trying to catch the thief,

-Jac y Jwc.

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-I didn't want you to get hurt.

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-I really am terribly sorry,

-Jac y Jwc.

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-How awful!

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-Well done, Jac.

-You're doing really well.

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-Croak!

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-Well done.

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-Croak!

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-I recognise that voice.

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-It's Jac Do.

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-What on earth is he doing here?

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-Croak!

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-Sali Mali and Jac Do!

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-Jac Do isn't well.

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-Swell, Sali Mali?

-Yes, I have some swelling, too.

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-Look at my head!

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-No, not swell, Jac!

-Jac Do isn't well.

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-He has tummy ache.

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-Croak!

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-He's eaten too many seeds.

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-Isn't that right, Jac Do?

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-Croak!

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-Seeds?

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-Seeds?

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-My seeds?

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-Dwmplen Malwoden's seeds, too?

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-Croak!

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-He feels much better, don't you?

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-These are from Jini, Jac.

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-Would you like a grape, Jac Do?

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-Would you like a grape, Jac Do?

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-Croak.

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-She sent this Roly Poly pudding

-for you, too.

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-Oh! Fair play to Jini.

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-A Poly Roly pudding.

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-These are from Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-HE SNEEZES

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-These are from Bili Bom-Bom.

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-Well, gnome from home!

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-A white hat on his head

-and two wooden legs.

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-THEY LAUGH

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Mae rhywun neu rywbeth yn bwyta hadau Coblyn, ac wrth geisio gweld pwy sy'n gwneud, mae Jac y Jwc druan yn cael codwm! Someone or something is stealing Coblyn's seeds.


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