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Pennod 84

Mae Erin, er iddi gael rhybudd gan y doctor yn yr ysbyty, yn benderfynol o ddal i redeg er cof am David. Despite being warned by the doctor at hospital, Erin is determined to ru...


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-There's always something.

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-Even when she does something good

-it's got to be a drama!

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-Who'd have children?

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-There's nothing anyone can do,

-Philip.

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-Nothing.

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-Nothing.

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-Yes, there is!

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-Lowri?

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-# Walls separate us #

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-Hiya.

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-Sorry, I'd better get changed.

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-It's 7.30.

-Do you have another early customer?

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-Yes.

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-I can't even think about holding

-scissors this early.

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-I don't know what I'd do otherwise.

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-I don't know what I'd do otherwise.

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-Is Robbie going to school today?

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-Um, no.

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-Has he seen a doctor yet?

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-No.

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-Look, Kay, he's not staying home

-because he's ill.

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-Oh.

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-He's been having a hard time

-with some lads from year 10.

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-It's because Kelvin's in jail.

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-It's because Kelvin's in jail.

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-I thought something was wrong.

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-Have you been to see someone?

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-Have you been to see someone?

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-No.

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-We'll be two minutes sorting this.

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-I've spoken to Llio.

-I'm going up there on Friday.

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-I'll make sure I'm free.

-I'll show them for picking on him!

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-There's no need. I'll go by myself.

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-There's no need. I'll go by myself.

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-You'll need me. Believe me.

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-Can you fill a bottle for me too?

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-Can you fill a bottle for me too?

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-Are you sure you're alright to run?

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-Are you looking for an excuse?

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-Uh!

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-I thought Sian was staying here

-after work last night.

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-She was. She must have been busy.

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-Is everything alright with you two?

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-Yes.

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-We don't live

-in each other's pockets.

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-She's home.

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-What?

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-Sian, her car is there.

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-Oh.

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-She probably didn't want

-to disturb us so late.

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-Yes.

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-Right, hurry up then,

-Paula Radcliffe.

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-Watch that you don't strain

-your knee too much.

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-You can stop looking like that.

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-Kay has left.

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-Listen, I told her that there are

-people being mean to you at school.

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-Mam!

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-Look, you'll have to go back.

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-I've organised a meeting.

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-A meeting to discuss what?

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-A meeting to discuss what?

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-Do you know the boys picking on him?

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-Are you being bullied? By who?

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-He won't tell me.

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-Do you want me to sort them?

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-No, it's fine, thanks.

-I'll go up to school on Friday.

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-I've got to go.

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-I've got to go.

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-Are you seeing Kelvin today?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Can you give him this?

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-What is it?

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-What is it?

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-What Mia and I want for Christmas.

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-Just so Kelvin can see what it is.

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-Has anyone seen the mini bus keys?

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-Thanks.

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-Alright, Robbie?

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-I'm a bit better.

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-Ken, is there diesel

-in the taxi I'm using later?

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-I don't think there's a lot.

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-Could you fill it up

-and save me some time?

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-Of course.

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-I'll see you later.

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-# Try not to feel like me

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-# There's no explanation

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-# I've never had this before #

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

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-Hi.

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-Would you put this up in the shop?

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-Would you put this up in the shop?

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-Yes.

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-Didn't you find someone at school?

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-Didn't you find someone at school?

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-Not anyone suitable.

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-There are a few here

-I'd be happy to be rid of.

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-I don't think any of them

-will be in touch.

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-No. More's the pity.

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-No. More's the pity.

-

-The details are all there.

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-If you hear of anyone, let me know.

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-Alright.

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-Alright.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Someone else is up early

-this morning.

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-Is Edwina Morris here?

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-I've not seen anyone.

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-Is Kelvin alright?

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-He is how he is.

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-He is how he is.

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-Give him my regards.

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-It isn't easy.

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-It isn't easy.

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-No. I will.

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-Um, do you want a cuppa?

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-A strong coffee

-makes a big difference.

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-That would be great, thanks.

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-# You fooled me

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-# Our lie

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-# A weak turn

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-# You know full well

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-# The reason why #

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-Right, that's it. You're stopping.

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-I'll be fine, honestly.

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-I'll be fine, honestly.

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-You shouldn't be running at all.

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-That doctor was nuts saying

-you could run today.

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-She didn't.

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-What?

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-She said I couldn't run for a month.

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-She said I couldn't run for a month.

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-What?

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-I want to run the race, Rhys.

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-It'll get better faster

-if I push through the pain.

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-Of course. He won't be happy

-but I'm phoning Dad to pick us up.

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-I'll walk.

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-I'll walk.

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-Erin, you can't.

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-I'll be fine.

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-No, Rhys.

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-Hiya, are you alright?

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-Do you have time for a cuppa?

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-Here he is, Mr Half Day.

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-Sorry, guys. I had to run

-the whole way because of the bus.

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-I'm so sorry.

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-You should go to the gym more often.

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-You should go to the gym more often.

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-He could just get up earlier.

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-Sorry.

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-Excuse me for a minute.

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-Look, don't think I'm being mean.

-This has happened a lot recently.

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-The business is suffering already.

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-It won't happen again, Dani,

-honestly.

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-You'll have to learn to drive

-or sleep on the sofa.

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-I am sorry.

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-Hmm.

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-I'll get you a cuppa,

-not that you deserve it.

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-No, I understand.

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-Alright?

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-It's alright,

-I'll bring them all in myself.

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-You only needed to ask.

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-It's alright, there's nothing left.

-The cash and carry was busy.

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-Has it been busy here?

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-Mr Lloyd came in to buy some mints.

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-In that case, we can all retire.

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-Alright?

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-Please tell me you want more

-than two packets of mints.

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-I don't want mints,

-just the sweets Siwan likes.

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-You're in a good mood.

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-He wasn't at university long enough

-to become a secret agent.

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-He thinks working here is dull.

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-He thinks working here is dull.

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-It is.

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-People are dull, not places.

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-Really?

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-Philip, are you back?

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-Um.

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-Are you going out again?

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-I don't think so.

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-I don't think so.

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-Great.

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-Can we have Dewi in the cafe?

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-We've got a mountain of washing up

-and the dishwasher is full.

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-There you go, Dewi.

-You wanted some adventure.

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-A mountain awaits!

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-You didn't hear me

-when I came over earlier.

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-No, I must have been fast asleep.

-I was late back last night.

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-I half expected you here.

-You did say.

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-Did I?

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-Oh, sorry.

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-I didn't think you'd want to be

-woken by me at four in the morning.

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-I wouldn't complain.

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-Listen, is everything alright?

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-I don't know,

-you've been distant for days.

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-You're not worried about

-that moving in business?

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-No, not at all, honestly.

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-Look, John...

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-PHONECALL

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-It's Rhys.

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-What do you want?

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-What?

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-What's wrong with her?

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-No, no. Where are you?

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-Alright, give me ten minutes.

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-Yes, alright, bye.

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-Erin's knee again.

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-Right.

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-What did you want to say?

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-Nothing that can't wait.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Yes, please.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Thanks very much, Liz.

-I'll see you next week.

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-Bye.

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-Dani, do you mind if I go now?

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-It's earlier than I thought but...

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-It's earlier than I thought but...

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-Yes, that's fine.

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-Are you eating before you go?

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-No, I'll have something on the way.

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-I'll stay here

-if you want to go for lunch.

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-Yes, alright.

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-I'm sorry if I was mean

-this morning.

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-No, no. It was my fault.

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-Don't think I'm interfering,

-but Llio is looking for a housemate.

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-Is she?

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-Is she?

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-Yes.

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-A nice house

-just around the corner.

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-Lowri! You wouldn't have

-to catch the bus...

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-..or get a taxi home

-after going to Copa.

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-It's an extra half hour in bed

-every day.

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-I have a bed, thanks.

-I quite like it.

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-Yes, in Bangor.

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-We'd have fun if you lived here.

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-We'd have fun if you lived here.

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-Llio's nice.

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-If she gets on your nerves,

-come to ours for a cuppa.

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-No.

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-No.

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-Why? It's perfect.

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-I don't know her well enough.

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-I don't know her well enough.

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-You'd get to know her.

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-Go get her number from that poster

-and phone her.

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-You'll regret it if it goes.

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-See you tomorrow.

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-Thanks, Lowri. Say hi to Kelvin.

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-You have to promise to listen

-to the doctor this time.

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-He said rest it

-for at least a month.

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-No, he said not to do anything

-until I was better.

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-Which is a month to six weeks.

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-Which is a month to six weeks.

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-I want to do this race, Dad.

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-Listen, the race isn't for weeks.

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-You'll be much better by then.

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-It's not fair, is it?

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-I don't want to let Rhys down.

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-Rhys understands.

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-Between you and me,

-he might be glad of a break too.

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-The bottles you've sold

-are in this column.

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-If it's correct there,

-the order's right in this column.

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-The casks go in there too.

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-They come from the same place!

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-When does Cathryn get back?

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-When does Cathryn get back?

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-Not long.

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-When? Tomorrow? Next week?

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-The week after, maybe.

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-What?

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-I thought I was running this place

-for a few days.

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-It's more experience for you.

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-Alright, Dewi?

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-Alright, Dewi?

-

-Alright?

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-Can you work a shift tonight?

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-Can you work a shift tonight?

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-Yes.

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-I've been speaking to your mother,

-Dewi.

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-What's up?

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-What's up?

-

-Nothing.

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-I mentioned that you were

-losing the will to live in the shop.

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-Yes.

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-I asked if there was

-something for you out there.

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-In Spain?

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-In Spain?

-

-Yes.

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-I don't have anything at present...

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-..but she knows of a bar

-looking for a barman.

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-A small place, not much pay,

-but at least it's in Spain.

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-Are you interested?

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-Are you interested?

-

-What do you think?

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-Alright then,

-you need to answer quickly.

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-If you're taking the job, you need

-to be there before Christmas.

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-Have you been served?

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-No, can I have two cups of coffee?

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-I'll order food when Sian arrives.

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-Right.

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-Right.

-

-Thanks.

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-Where have you been Dewi?

-I'm here on my own.

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-I was taking a sandwich to Iolo.

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-I was taking a sandwich to Iolo.

-

-Did you watch him eat it?

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-Is that mine?

-Hurry up or it'll be cold.

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-Shouldn't you be home feeding Iris?

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-Why would I go and cause her stress.

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-She's better.

-She'll be back tomorrow.

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-What's that?

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-The cheapest Christmas

-you'll ever have, Glenda.

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-Toys, perfume and gadgets.

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-It's all a quarter of the cost

-of a shop.

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-Sophie's kids would love this.

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-Sophie's kids would love this.

-

-FART NOISE

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-Rubbish, Arthur.

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-Each to his own.

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-Listen, do you think I could put up

-a table at your Christmas Fair?

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-So I could sell this stuff.

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-So I could sell this stuff.

-

-I suppose so.

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-But you will have to pay.

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-Money's not a problem.

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-Hiya, are you alright?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-I've really woken up now.

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-I've really woken up now.

-

-What was wrong this morning?

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-Oh, hold on for two minutes.

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-Watch out.

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-Watch out.

-

-Thanks, John.

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-They do it deliberately.

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-I tell you what...

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-..I don't miss the nappy changing

-and sleepless nights.

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-What is sleep?

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-Don't worry,

-you'll get back to normal.

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-When they grow up, you lose sleep

-over different things.

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-Great. Thanks, John.

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-Right then.

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-What's up, Sian?

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-Nothing, believe me.

-There's nothing to talk about.

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-Jac. Look, Jac!

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-I'm busy.

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-Llio!

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-Llio!

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-Hiya. Alright?

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-Hiya. Alright?

-

-Yes, I'm great, thanks.

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-Have you found someone

-to move in with you yet?

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-Not yet, are you interested?

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-Not yet, are you interested?

-

-No, not me.

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-But I do know someone

-who might be interested. Jac!

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-I'm sorry about this, Llio.

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-Are you looking for somewhere?

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-Are you looking for somewhere?

-

-Well...

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-He is. He doesn't want

-to travel on the bus every day.

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-He's good. He can iron clothes!

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-He's good. He can iron clothes!

-

-Dani!

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-You're welcome to come and see it.

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-You're welcome to come and see it.

-

-Ooh, great!

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-You don't have to take it,

-if you don't want to.

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-Why not.

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-Why not.

-

-Call me. I'm in a rush right now.

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-You go. I'll make sure he calls

-to organise something.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Great, thanks.

-

-Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Oh.

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-Don't look at me like that!

-It'll be perfect.

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-What are you doing here?

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-You're supposed to be

-at home recuperating.

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-I'm bored.

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-What are these?

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-What are these?

-

-Batteries.

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-And?

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-I buy them on the cheap

-from Arthur and sell them here.

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-Lovely.

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-They're going well too.

0:16:040:16:06

-I take it Barry knows everything

-about them then.

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-Lucky the paper wasn't bigger.

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-I haven't heard of half of these.

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-Robbie takes the catalogue

-to bed with him.

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-Poor thing.

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-Are they alright?

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-Are they alright?

-

-They're alright.

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-They miss you.

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-Robbie could have come

-with you today.

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-No, Kelv.

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-He can't miss school. We agreed.

0:16:400:16:42

-Yes, sorry.

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-Your eye looks better.

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-Are you being left alone?

0:16:480:16:49

-Are you being left alone?

-

-Yes, for now.

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-You get so much time to dwell on

-things in this place.

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-Listen, what would you do?

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-Eh?

0:17:030:17:04

-Eh?

-

-Would you go to Spain?

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-No, I'd rather stay here,

-sell mints...

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-..and enjoy every second

-of washing up in the cafe.

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-I'm going to tell Wyn I want to go.

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-I wouldn't think twice.

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-What will Dad say?

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-I leave before Christmas

-and go to Mam.

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-He'll be fine.

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-He can share his dry turkey

-with me and Mathew.

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-I'll miss you.

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-But seriously, Dewi, go.

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-Have you spoken to the solicitor?

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-Have you spoken to the solicitor?

-

-Haven't you?

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-I thought you were.

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-I thought you were.

-

-Oh, Kelv!

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-I can't just pick up the phone

-when I feel like it.

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-I've got hours of spare time.

-I work every minute I can.

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-I'm raising two kids

-on half the money.

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-I'm spending a fortune on diesel

-to come back and forth.

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-I can't do everything. Christmas

-is coming and I can't afford these.

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-Sorry, Low.

0:18:050:18:06

-I'm here.

-I'll do anything I can to help you.

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-Can you speak to your parents?

0:18:110:18:13

-Can you speak to your parents?

-

-About what?

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-They've got that 10,000

-they got from David.

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-It's not like they need the money.

-I need help.

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-I'll speak to them when I see them.

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Mae Erin, er iddi gael rhybudd gan y doctor yn yr ysbyty, yn benderfynol o ddal i redeg er cof am David. Despite being warned by the doctor at hospital, Erin is determined to run the 10k.