Pennod 71 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 71

Tra bo Lowri yn paratoi i fynd i barti plu ei ffrind, caiff Kelvin wahoddiad funud-olaf i noson stag yr un briodas. Lowri prepares for a hen party and Kelvin receives an invite ...


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-Well, well, well!

-This is where you are.

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-Thank goodness it's Saturday.

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-Are you only working

-until lunchtime too?

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-Supposedly.

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-Supposedly.

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-Lunch at the cafe?

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-Yes, why not.

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-A good idea for you to line

-your stomach before heading out.

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-I'll be sensible, thanks.

-It's others who'll be wound up.

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-We'll see. Will you be late?

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-We'll see. Will you be late?

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-I don't know.

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-I fancy a pint tonight.

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-I fancy a pint tonight.

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-You're looking after the children.

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-I deserve a drink

-as I can't go to the stag party.

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-You barely know the lads.

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-I know Dave, don't I?

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-Lowri, are you going out

-with Alaw and the girls tonight?

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-Yes.

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-Don't do anything I wouldn't do!

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-Mam!

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-Could you babysit tonight?

-I'd like to go for a drink.

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-I'd like a Rolls Royce and chauffer,

-Kelvin. Don't be daft.

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-I'll see you later.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Bye.

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-You get two covers with this one.

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-That one folds over.

-That green one would be cool.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-What's wrong with Dani?

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-What's wrong with Dani?

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-I don't know.

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-I showed her these.

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-I thought she'd be pleased...

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-..I'm spending David's money

-on something sensible.

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-It might be that, David's money.

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-Do you think she'll get

-some money from Meical?

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-Yes, if she wants it.

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-I'll take her share if she doesn't.

-I'm going to do my paper round.

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-Hi.

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-Hi.

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-Alright?

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-Where's Wil?

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-Bathroom.

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-Did you have a good night?

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-Did you have a good night?

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-Night?

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-Dad said you went

-for a pint with Barry.

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-A drink after work.

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-He's got a girlfriend and a baby.

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-What did you think

-of my running idea?

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-Wil said something.

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-If you agree, I'd like to do it

-in memory of David.

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-You can choose the charity.

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-I'll think about it.

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-Wil, if you're coming to the garage,

-I'm leaving now.

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-Where is the damp, Mr Lloyd?

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-It's under the window over here.

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-I don't think it's very serious.

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-Well, not for lads with your skills.

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-A young couple, they're very nice.

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-They're looking to buy the place.

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-I think it's worth doing this job

-to secure the sale.

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-Very wise.

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-Where are we starting?

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-Under the window in the parlour.

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-It won't take long, Mr Lloyd.

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-You won't be expensive either,

-I hope.

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-No, I wouldn't think so.

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-So, you're serious about moving.

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-Yes, it's for the best, I suppose.

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-A few people have suggested I should

-take a small flats...

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-..with a kitchen and one bedroom...

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-..and a shared living room

-for everyone to mix and socialize.

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-Yes, it sounds like a good idea.

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-Think of the friends

-you'd make in a place like that.

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-I can see you there now,

-sitting on the piano in the corner.

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-Singing I Bob Un Sy'n Ffyddlon.

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-# Hallelu, hallelujah #

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-I'll fetch the tools.

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-Do we have any expanding foam?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Expanding foam, Mr Lloyd.

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-Sing its praises evermore.

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-Do you want to go to Bangor

-this afternoon?

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-I'd like to go

-to an electrical shop.

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-I finish in the pizza place

-at 2 o'clock.

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-It must be nice

-having so much money.

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-You've got two jobs and whatever

-you get from your mother.

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-I don't get anything from Mam,

-only nagging.

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-You'll get some of David's money,

-surely.

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-I don't think so.

-1,000 isn't a lot to share.

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-What do you mean, 1,000?

-Is that all?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Meical gets 10,000.

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-How much?

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-Maybe I've misunderstood! Kylie!

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-This isn't fair.

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-We need more clues than that.

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-David argued with Meical not you.

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-Why did David give Meical 10,000

-and only 1,000 to you?

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-Says who?

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-Says who?

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-Britney.

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-Did you hear Taid correctly?

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-Yes, absolutely.

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-Phone him to check.

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-There's no need.

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-Yes, there is!

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-It's your mother's money.

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-It's your mother's money.

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-It's not right for Mam to miss out.

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-Listen,

-money causes arguments in families.

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-The lesson here is that

-keeping things to yourself...

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-..makes it easier in the long run.

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-You're getting 10,000 too,

-aren't you?

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-Not telling lies to your children

-should be the lesson here, I'd say.

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-We didn't want any arguments.

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-And for once, wanted to be sensible

-and not blow it all.

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-You might want to go to university.

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-Really?

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-Fair play.

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-Thanks, Mam.

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-We haven't got it yet.

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-Hm. Where did that business

-of going to university come from?

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-I had to think of something,

-didn't I, Ken?

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-It shut her mouth.

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-Hiya.

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-I thought you'd gone to work.

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-I thought you'd gone to work.

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-I'm on my way.

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-I called to see Sian.

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-Did you get a chance to speak

-to Rhys about the running?

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-Yes.

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-You'll have to do it now, won't you?

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-Did you get the response

-you were hoping for?

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-I'm not sure. I think so.

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-He didn't call it a stupid idea.

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-He didn't call it a stupid idea.

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-No, he didn't.

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-Very good.

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-I only want one thing now.

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-Sponsors.

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-And running shoes and sports kit.

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-If it improves the atmosphere

-in this house...

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-If you're going to work, can you

-take me to Bangor on the way?

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-You said you needed one thing,

-that's at least four.

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-Thank you.

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-So, Chester today.

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-Yes.

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-Shopping.

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-Shopping.

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-That's what I hear.

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-Alright, love?

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-Come along, Owain!

-Thank you for this, Vince.

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-You're welcome,

-particularly as I'm not working.

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-Could you have a word

-with him about this?

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-Oh, the misbehaviour letter.

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-Was it serious, Mathew?

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-I'm not working today either.

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-Right, we'll see you

-when we see you.

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-Behave yourselves, especially you.

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-Yes, enjoy yourselves.

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-Right, come on.

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-Alright, Barry. We'll come over

-when we get a moment.

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-We'll try to do something

-early next week.

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-There we are, no problem.

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-Bye.

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-Alright?

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-Don't!

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-Don't worry,

-she's in a world of her own.

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-Where's her father?

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-Where's her father?

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-No idea.

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-He was supposed to pick her up

-early this morning.

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-He texted to say that he couldn't.

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-Oh dear.

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-Why did he leave without saying

-anything the other night?

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-I don't know. Shame?

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-Not jealousy?

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-I don't think so.

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-Is he likely to tell Vince?

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-If he intended to tell him,

-he'd have done so by now.

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-His head doesn't work the same

-as everyone else's.

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-That's what worries me.

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-If this silence is a sign that he's

-angry, I don't know what he'll do.

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-Is it safe for me to come to work?

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-If you call in sick,

-I won't believe you.

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-I don't know much

-about stag parties.

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-Isn't it a bit late

-for an invitation?

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-One of the lads has pulled out.

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-Weren't you on the original list?

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-It doesn't matter, does it?

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-It's strange that you weren't.

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-Dave's done plenty of carpentry work

-for us in the last year.

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-Shall I ask

-if there's room for an extra one?

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-I wouldn't give thanks.

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-Are you sure you don't mind me

-taking three days off next week?

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-Kelvin, you can go for a month

-as far as I'm concerned.

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-What will Lowri say

-when you ask her?

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-Ask? I'll tell Lowri.

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-She won't mind.

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-# Whoa! We're going to Ibiza! #

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-Hi, Iris.

-Two teas and one coffee please.

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-With pleasure.

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-Dewi,

-would you give that table a wipe?

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-I'll be back now, Iris.

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-I'll let you know

-when they're ready.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Alright?

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-Yes, I'm a bit busy.

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-That's always good.

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-Not when you're short-staffed.

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-Not when you're short-staffed.

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-Sickness?

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-No, Lowri's going...

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-What's this?

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-A thankless task.

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-I'm trying to sort out

-his shares in the business.

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-It doesn't feel right.

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-No, I agree.

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-Dani! Ready.

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-Thanks.

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-Bye, Dad.

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-Bye, love.

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-What went on here, son?

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-Owain.

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-Nothing, it's nonsense.

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-Listen.

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-When I was about your age, I got

-into a lot of trouble in school.

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-I mixed with the wrong crowd.

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-I didn't do anything.

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-That's the one I tried with Mam

-every time she asked too.

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-I doubt the school would have made

-an effort to send this...

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-..if you hadn't done anything.

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-Why does everyone

-pick on me constantly?

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-Owain!

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-Owain!

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-The ladies are still together.

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-Alright?

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-Yes.

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-Why don't you colour

-the butterfly yellow?

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-I'm sure his car is parked

-across the street.

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-Who?

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-Wyn.

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-Has he been in here?

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-No, he hasn't.

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-You should be more bothered

-about this than me.

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-As I said earlier, if...

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-Siwan!

-I hope you're not in the way here.

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-No, not at all.

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-You're a good girl.

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-Do you want to fetch

-your coat and your bag?

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-Who'd have thought?

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-I did spot you were here

-more often than necessary.

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-Is this what a toy boy looks like?

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-Is this what a toy boy looks like?

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-We're closer than you and I were!

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-I hope it won't go any further.

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-Why would it?

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-Right, Siwan, we'd better go.

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-Mam and Iolo need peace and quiet.

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-Sorry, I'm late.

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-It's fine.

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-Mrs Wheldon never stops talking.

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-You'd think that she knew

-I wanted to leave.

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-I ordered you a full breakfast.

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-Great, I'm starving.

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-I've been to the hole in the wall

-to get money out for you.

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-Thanks.

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-I like your apron.

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-Don't listen to him.

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-Don't listen to him.

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-I won't.

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-I'd be in a better state tomorrow

-if I drank this all afternoon.

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-Enjoy yourself.

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-If you're ill in the morning,

-I'll take Mia out for a walk.

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-Have you been a bad boy?

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-Have you been a bad boy?

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-Eh? No, I haven't.

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-What have you done?

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-Nothing, why?

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-Nothing, why?

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-Kelvin...

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-I saw Alaw's Dave earlier.

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-I saw Alaw's Dave earlier.

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-Yes.

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-He said one of the lads pulled out

-of the stag week to Ibiza.

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-I'm going with them.

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-I'm going with them.

-

-No, you're not.

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-I've accepted.

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-You'll have to un-accept!

-How much does it cost?

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-The other bloke

-has paid the deposit.

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-How much?

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-It's 250.

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-Kelvin!

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-We couldn't go to Spain as a family

-because it was too expensive.

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-Instead, we got food poisoning

-in a field in Arthur's skip.

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-Forget it.

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-It's only for three days.

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-Two breakfasts?

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

-

-To get changed.

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-I've lost my appetite.

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-When will you be home tonight?

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-I don't know

-if I'll come home tonight.

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-You said she wouldn't mind.

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-It would be a shame to waste this.

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-Well?

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-Very smart!

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-Does it suit me?

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-You look great.

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-Hello!

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-The workers are back. How did it go?

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-I've washed so many cars,

-my hands are like prunes.

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-What on earth are they?

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-What on earth are they?

-

-What do you think they are?

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-So, you're serious.

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-So, you're serious.

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-Yes.

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-You can't run in those shoes,

-you'll dazzle everyone.

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-What will you have, Vince?

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-Do you have small cakes

-you can throw at teachers?

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-Terrible, isn't it?

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-Terrible, isn't it?

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-Did Sophie show you the letter?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Did she try to tell him off?

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-Don't tell her I told you this

-but he can do no wrong in her eyes.

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-I only got half the story

-from her this morning.

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-I'm not sure how hard to be on him.

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-A good telling-off

-won't do him any harm.

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-I wouldn't be surprised to hear

-that Robbie's involved as well.

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-Something's bothering him for sure.

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-Owain, Mair, what do you want?

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-Orange juice, please.

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-Nothing.

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-Hi, girls.

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-You look lovely.

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-So do you.

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-Alaw, you'd love this one,

-Together Forever.

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-I hope so!

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-You'll be fine.

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-If Kelvin and I can do it.

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-If Kelvin and I can do it.

-

-Is he alright?

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-Not too bad.

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-He's grumpy because I won't let him

-go to Ibiza with the lads.

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-Shame.

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-Dave said someone's pulled out.

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-Dave said someone's pulled out.

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-Yes, he said something this morning.

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-Kelvin's a danger to himself

-in Bangor let alone Ibiza.

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-They're good lads.

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-They're good lads.

-

-He can't afford it.

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-It is expensive.

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-Anyway, that doesn't matter. What

-happens now, today is what matters.

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-I have no idea,

-they won't tell me.

0:16:200:16:22

-Come on, girls.

-Our butlers are ready.

0:16:230:16:26

-Please welcome Kyle.

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-And Brad.

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-Alright, Brad?

0:16:430:16:44

-That apron's much nicer than the one

-you wore in the cafe earlier.

0:16:440:16:48

-It'd be nice if we were getting

-a bit more than ten grand...

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-..so we could give up working.

0:16:550:16:57

-It's not in the bank yet, Michelle.

0:16:570:16:59

-It's not in the bank yet, Michelle.

-

-Not long to wait.

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-We'll have more to bank on

-than they'll have.

0:17:020:17:05

-Listen, I don't want any trouble.

0:17:070:17:09

-Actually, if I see Kay, I'll offer

-to clean the windows free of charge.

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-You're insane.

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-Behave yourself, Michelle. Please?

0:17:160:17:19

-Here you are, madam.

0:17:360:17:37

-I don't know what to say.

0:17:380:17:39

-There's no need to say anything,

-is there? Particularly not at home.

0:17:400:17:44

-Sorry, it's already been sent.

0:17:440:17:46

-Sorry, it's already been sent.

-

-Lowri!

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-It's only a bit of fun.

0:17:470:17:49

-Not when Dad finds out.

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-Come on, Brad,

-we're dying of thirst.

0:17:540:17:56

-Alright, Kay?

0:18:010:18:02

-There's no point grumbling.

-Working hard?

0:18:020:18:05

-This is today's last job for us.

-I suppose you have hours to go.

0:18:050:18:10

-Like every other day.

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-We can afford

-to slack a bit nowadays.

0:18:130:18:15

-Michelle!

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-Michelle!

-

-There's no need to work too hard.

0:18:170:18:19

-What is she on about, Meical?

0:18:200:18:21

-What is she on about, Meical?

-

-No idea.

0:18:210:18:22

-Britney says Ron phoned you too.

0:18:230:18:26

-Oh.

0:18:260:18:28

-What did I tell you?

0:18:280:18:30

-If you need to borrow money,

-you know where we are.

0:18:300:18:35

-Listen, before you make

-a real fool of yourself...

0:18:350:18:39

-..you haven't seen Britney

-since this morning, no doubt.

0:18:390:18:42

-Don't try and change the subject.

0:18:420:18:45

-It's the same story.

0:18:450:18:45

-It's the same story.

-

-Just stop it!

0:18:450:18:47

-Now isn't the time for this.

0:18:470:18:49

-As you insist, David's left us

-the same amount as you.

0:18:500:18:55

-But I don't think

-it's any business of yours.

0:18:560:18:58

-Anyway...

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-..you've got a nerve accepting

-anything from his estate...

0:19:000:19:03

-..after the way you treated him

-when he was alive.

0:19:040:19:07

-You have every right to talk

-like this in your own homes...

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-..but spare a thought for others

-who lost something money can't buy.

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Tra bo Lowri yn paratoi i fynd i barti plu ei ffrind, caiff Kelvin wahoddiad funud-olaf i noson stag yr un briodas. Lowri prepares for a hen party and Kelvin receives an invite to the stag.