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-He doesn't know where his money is.

-He's got plenty anyway.

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-You're taking it back.

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-You're taking it back.

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-Says who?

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-It's nothing to do with me.

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-But if you don't take it back,

-you'll regret it somehow.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# The past

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-# You feel like you're melting

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-# The hands

-on the clock speed up #

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-Two, three!

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-Mam, can I have money

-to put credit on my phone?

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-Again?

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-Thanks.

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-Vince!

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-Good morning.

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-Will this reach Paul faster

-if I give it to you?

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-Paul?

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-I wasn't planning

-on going down to Cardiff today!

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-His birthday is today.

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-I'd put it in there if I were you.

-Hopefully it says belated wishes!

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

-

-Hiya.

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-How is he?

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-How is he?

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-Amazing.

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-Carys!

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-Carys!

-

-What?

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-Oh, I'm late.

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-I wonder if this little one

-will grow up to be a thief.

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-You're being a baby

-about this money.

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-"Take it back! Take it back!

-Barry will be angry if you don't."

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-It's nothing to do with you.

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-It's nothing to do with you.

-

-Yes, it is, Erin.

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-You always pull other people

-into your problems.

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-You always do stupid things

-and get in to trouble.

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-If everyone shuts up,

-Barry will never know.

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-Can't you get Jason to pretend

-he found it at the pizza place?

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-What a good little story.

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-Jason doesn't know I took the money.

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-Fine, don't listen to me.

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-Wil.

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-Even if I wanted to take

-the money back, I can't now.

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-Why not?

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-Why not?

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-I've already spent some.

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-How much?

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-I don't know, 60?

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-Maybe 80.

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-Taking most of it back

-would be better than nothing.

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-Have you been parking badly?

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-Don't mention it.

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-Do you only wear glasses to read?

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-I didn't do it!

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-I didn't do it!

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-Whatever you say.

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-Honestly.

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-Some rascals

-tied a rope to my bumper.

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-Look.

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-In daylight no less.

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-Who would do such a thing?

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-You tell me.

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-Do you want it?

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-Do you want it?

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-I'm pretty sure it's mine.

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-Someone nicked it from my van

-not two days ago.

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-You don't say.

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-Now then!

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-Now then!

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-What?

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-The day before yesterday,

-I had trouble at school...

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-..with the Kays'

-cheeky young thing...

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-..and your Sophie's young lad.

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-..and your Sophie's young lad.

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-What trouble?

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-They hit me in the head with a ball.

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-They hit me in the head with a ball.

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-That doesn't make them vandals.

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-They were pretty angry

-when I took them to Mathew.

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-Sherlock Holmes

-would call that a motive.

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-Anyone could have taken this.

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-The same someone did this.

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-If I decide to go to the cops,

-I might need that as evidence.

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-Please, lads.

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-If you're having lunch first,

-the canteen. If not, outside - now.

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-Sorry about that.

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-Sorry about that.

-

-It's alright, I'm not hurt.

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-By the way, if you're interested...

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-..a few members of staff

-play five-a-side...

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-..with the sixth form

-on Wednesday afternoons.

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-Football, in the gym,

-in half an hour?

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-Thanks for the offer...

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-..but I've never seen a bigger

-waste of time than football.

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-Not that I have a problem

-with anyone who does play.

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-Right.

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-We might find a game

-you like sometime.

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-I don't think so. I'll see you.

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-# My head keeps turning

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-# Unhappy thoughts

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-# Hide my smile

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-# Ideas spin in my head #

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-Do you want some company?

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-Hello, Vince.

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-Anything interesting?

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-One bill, two bills, three bills.

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-You can put them in the house then.

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-They don't look too bad.

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-We'll have earned enough

-this afternoon to pay the lot.

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-Well, I hope so.

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-It sounds like a big contract.

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-A huge office. It's almost

-too big for Meical and me.

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-If you ever get tired

-of carrying that heavy bag...

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-..the services sector

-is everything these days.

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-Thanks for the offer...

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-..but I'm happy in the sector

-where I can sleep after lunch.

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-I'm finished now.

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-I'll see you.

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-I'll see you.

-

-Bye.

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-Here you go, Tom!

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-Your food won't be long.

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-Thanks.

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-I have something for you

-in that kitchen. Yes, I do!

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-Just because you're so cute!

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-What does she have for you, Tom?

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-How was your morning at school?

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-How was your morning at school?

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-It was like every other morning.

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-How's Barry?

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-As he is.

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-We were lucky.

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-You know better than anyone

-how stubborn I am sometimes.

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-What do you mean sometimes?

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-I might be seeing things but I swear

-I saw Dylan Roberts this morning.

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-Your eyes work perfectly well.

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-He's a student teacher

-at the school.

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-You're joking.

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-You're joking.

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-No, I'm not.

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-Hey, Taid, what's up?

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-Hey, Taid, what's up?

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-Don't worry, everyone's fine.

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-Why did you call then?

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-We're not supposed

-to bring phones to school.

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-There's a lot of stuff we're not

-supposed to do, isn't there, lads?

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-Do you know anything about this?

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-I thought as much.

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-I'd better head back to school to

-avoid Dylan for another afternoon.

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-Who would have thought?

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-Has he asked to see you

-outside school?

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-No, thank heavens.

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-No, thank heavens.

-

-That's something at least.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks, I'll need it.

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-It was behind Arthur's cushion on

-the sofa. Sorry if it's a bit flat.

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-Look, Tom!

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-I'll get this.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-Would you mind?

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-I'm glad.

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-You're not the only one, Iris.

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-Oh, come here!

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-Oh!

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-What do you have to say?

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-Yes?

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-Yes?

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-Is it 60 or 80?

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-What's that?

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-How much did you spend?

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-I don't know without counting.

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-If that's the only thing stopping

-you from taking it back...

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-..you can have my birthday money.

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-..you can have my birthday money.

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-I can't.

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-Take it, Erin. You can pay me back.

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-Take it, Erin. You can pay me back.

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-Why did I take it?

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-Because it was there.

-That's what you said.

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-Thanks for trying to help.

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-I can't take it back.

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-I'm too scared.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-"Thick clouds of black smoke

-rose to dirty the horizon."

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-"Canyon de Chell..."

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-"Canyon de Chell..."

-

-Chelly. Canyon de Chelly.

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-" 'Canyon de Chelly,'

-shouted Benito."

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-Sorry to disturb you, Miss James.

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-Could I have a word

-about the open evening?

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-Yes.

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-Carry on, Kylie.

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-"You go..."

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-I hope it's alright.

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-Have you finished already?

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-It might all be wrong.

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-I'll check it after the bell rings.

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-Oh.

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-Yes. There we are then.

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-I can change anything if it's awful.

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-I can change anything if it's awful.

-

-Thanks.

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-Ah, I thought I'd find him here.

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-Can I stop now, please, Miss?

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-Yes, you can, Kylie. Britney,

-carry on from where Kylie finished.

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-I'm sorry to disturb, Miss James.

-I wanted a word with Mr Roberts.

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-I've got a problem with my computer.

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-Could you come to my room at 3.30pm?

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-Could you come to my room at 3.30pm?

-

-I can come now if you'd prefer.

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-No, later is fine.

-Thanks, Miss James.

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-Their hoover smells.

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-I wonder when the bag

-was last changed.

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-Don't start playing with it

-in case you break that one too.

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-A free supper tonight!

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Hello, how are you?

-

-How are you?

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-We're good. Very happy.

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-What do you think?

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-What do you think?

-

-What, sorry?

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-Has anyone said anything

-about our work?

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-I wanted to talk to you actually.

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-Do you have a similar office

-somewhere else?

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-Or do you have any friends

-looking for cleaners?

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-We're looking

-to extend the business.

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-You'll struggle to find

-anyone as good as us.

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-I'll see you before you go

-and we'll settle up for today.

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-That's my favourite line

-in every job.

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-That's how you find work, Meical.

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-That's how you find work, Meical.

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-If you say so.

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-Just plant an idea in his head.

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-We're bound to get more jobs

-through them.

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-I certainly hope so.

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-They give ASBOs

-for things like this.

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-Alright, Arthur. We'll sort it now.

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-How long will we be here?

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-Listen to him!

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-Do you have any idea

-how much time I've lost?

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-Sophie's here.

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-Sophie's here.

-

-What's this again?

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-I can't drop everything whenever

-there's a childish argument.

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-Do you hear?

-We're all too busy for this.

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-Sit down on the sofa.

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-Right then, can we get started?

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-Don't go over the top, Arthur.

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-Yes, I don't want everyone

-to hear what happened.

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-The lads were having some fun

-at school.

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-Do you call getting hit in the head

-with a football fun?

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-You've dragged me here

-to talk about some ball?

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-That was just the start. I marched

-them to see your boyfriend.

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-Arthur!

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-Arthur!

-

-Then they destroyed my bumper.

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-They used a rope he stole

-from his grandfather.

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-Owain?

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-Owain?

-

-What?!

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-Is it true? Just tell the truth.

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-You too, Robbie.

-Did you damage the van?

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-Too much time on their hands.

-No respect and no brains.

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-I've spoken to Rhys at the garage.

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-500?!

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-How much? Is that a joke?

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-No.

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-Rhys said they've stopped making

-those bumpers.

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-He'll have to redrill

-the bolt holes.

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-500 is ridiculous.

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-500 is ridiculous.

-

-It does sound a little expensive.

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-You can speak to Rhys

-if you don't believe me.

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-If you won't pay, we'll see

-what the cops think about it.

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-It won't come to that.

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-I hope so, Terry,

-or he'll be in jail with his father.

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-There's no need to be like that.

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-Good idea, Terry.

-Making these two friends again.

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-Where is he?

-He's meant to settle up for today.

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-I'm not going back in there

-to beg for money.

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-Hi, how are you?

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-Hi, how are you?

-

-Sorry, I got caught up.

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-It's fine.

-Next time would have been fine.

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-Here we are.

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-Twenty, forty, sixty,

-eighty, ninety, ninety five.

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-Thanks very much.

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-See you tomorrow.

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-See you tomorrow.

-

-Bye now.

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-Bye.

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-Cash too. What a nice guy.

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-Isn't that good?

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-Isn't that good?

-

-I thought he was a wet rag.

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-I've had enough of all this.

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-Sit down there

-so Lowri and I can sort this mess.

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-Sorry, I had to see to a customer.

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-What are we going to do?

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-The last thing I want is to argue

-about which one's the bad one.

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-A pity you weren't that sensible

-the last time you shouted at me.

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-It looks like they're just as guilty

-as each other this time.

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-There's only one answer then.

-We'll have to share the bill.

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-250 each.

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-Do you have a better idea?

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-Do you have a better idea?

-

-I wish I did.

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-Alright.

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-There we are then. Right, come on.

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-Home, now.

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-Well done. I'll see you tomorrow.

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-Well done. I'll see you tomorrow.

-

-Thanks.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

-

-Dylan.

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-Come in.

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-A computer problem?

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-Maybe Arwyn IT's a better bet.

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-There's a reason the kids

-change every Arwyn IT sign...

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-..to say Arwyn IdioT.

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-Thanks.

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-To be honest with you...

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-..I don't have a problem.

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-Oh.

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-I wanted to have a word

-without drawing Llio's attention.

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-Right.

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-That's what the five-a-side

-invitation was too.

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-I wouldn't play with the sixth form,

-in case they break my legs.

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-I just wanted to check

-that you're happy...

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-..spending so much time with Llio...

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-..now that she's admitted

-you've got a history.

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-She told you?

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-Oh, yes.

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-Everything.

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-Not that there's a problem.

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-I think she was worried you'd

-been put in a difficult position.

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-No.

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-No, I'm fine about it.

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-Fair play to her,

-she's handling it all very well...

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-..considering I went off

-with someone else.

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-I ruined everything we had.

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-Oh, um, well...

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-She didn't mention anyone else.

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-She wouldn't.

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-We were seeing each other for

-so long, it was painful for her.

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-I was only with the other girl

-for a night.

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-Well, that's university for you.

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-Hmm.

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-I don't know who was most shocked

-when we saw each other here.

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-You didn't know she was here.

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-You didn't know she was here.

-

-No.

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-Now I understand.

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-Even though it was years ago...

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-..if you feel it's going to be

-a problem, you know where I am.

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-Thanks, Mathew. Thank you.

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-Any time.

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-# I feel like I'm melting

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-# The hands on the clock speed up

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-# How long can I pretend?

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-# I'll leave it until tomorrow

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-# I feel like I'm melting

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-# The hands on the clock speed up

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-# How long can I pretend?

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-# I'll leave it until tomorrow #

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-How much money

-did you bring with you?

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-Ten pounds.

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-Hiya.

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-What are you doing here?

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-Nothing. Alright?

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-Great, thanks.

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-Are you lost?

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-No, I wanted a lift from Rhys.

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-He's not in the garage.

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-He might be in the back room

-or something.

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-"Avoiding Dylan is impossible! x"

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-"Avoiding Dylan is impossible! x"

-

-What's so funny?

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-I never ask you who's texting you.

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-Are you alright, lad?

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-You found this then?

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-You found this then?

-

-It was at your mother's house.

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-I said I hadn't lost it.

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-What do you say?

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-Or whoever's more important than me

-on that phone.

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-Shut up, Barry.

-I'm only texting Llio.

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-I'm glad you've forgiven one of us!

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-I'm glad you've forgiven one of us!

-

-Where are you going?

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-Mind your business.

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-What are you doing?

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-Thought you'd post it

-without anyone seeing, did you?

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Mae Mathew yn benderfynol o ddysgu'r gwir am berthynas Llio a Dylan ac mi wnaiff unrhyw beth i gael gwybod. Mathew is determined to find out the truth about Llio and Dylan's relationship.


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