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Pennod 24

Mae 'na sioc enbyd yn y post i Meical a Michelle wrth i'r bil treth gyrraedd. Meical and Michelle are in for a shock when they receive the bill from the tax office.


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-Hiya, Wil.

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-Hiya, Mam.

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-Subtitles

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-# After playing with fire

-you're looking for a clean slate #

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-I told you not to call me

-when I'm home.

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-# You're looking for an excuse,

-any excuse to misbehave #

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-I hear you had a visitor last night.

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-Did he tell you?

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-He had a face like thunder.

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-He had a face like thunder.

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-Good.

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-Morning.

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-Morning.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-I'm fine, thanks.

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-Who's Wil talking to?

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-You know better than me.

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-This new girlfriend?

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-This new girlfriend?

-

-I don't know.

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-Alright?

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-Are you opening the garage today?

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-If not, I'll see about getting

-someone in to do the work.

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-I can call Trevor.

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-It's fine.

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-I'm going down once I get changed.

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-Good.

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-Yes.

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-I've had a word with the woman

-Sian suggested, Olwen.

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-Oh.

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-She's very nice. I've arranged

-an hour-long session with her.

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-Oh, great.

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-Yes. Fair play to Sian.

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-Yes.

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-Well.

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-It'll be good for you

-to be busy this morning.

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-If you don't feel good, call me.

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-I'll come straight over.

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-I'll come straight over.

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-Thanks.

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-I'll see you later then.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-22,378, Chelle.

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-They've made a number up.

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-They haven't.

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-They've doubled

-what we owe as a fine.

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-They're allowed to.

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-They're allowed to.

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-Surely we can appeal.

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-It's too late for that.

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-We don't have a choice.

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-They say we can pay them back

-in instalments over two years.

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-Instalments? It's 20k, Chelle!

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-How do we pay this

-and pay tax and live?

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-It'll be impossible.

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-We'll have to raise our prices.

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-We'll have to see

-after what the money man says.

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-He's a financial advisor,

-not a miracle worker.

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-How long is this

-going to last, Barry?

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-I feel like I've got

-to make an appointment to work.

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-I've got valuable stock.

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-It has to be looked after.

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-Can I have a key then?

-You must have a spare.

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-I'll have one cut

-when I'm not so busy.

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-I have a business to run too, Barry.

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-What are you doing today?

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-What are you doing today?

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-Stuff.

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-You can look after Tom

-for a few hours then.

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-Sorry, Carys. You can't just dump

-him on someone when it suits you.

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-Barry.

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-Forget it.

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-Just forget it.

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-So you don't want to work?

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-Hiya.

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-Don't worry.

-It wasn't you who riled her.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

-

-How are you?

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-I'm alright.

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-I'm sure you'd like to know.

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-I'm seeing a woman.

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-Wow! A woman.

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-For therapy!

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-She's a counsellor.

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-It'll be nice to talk.

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-I'm glad to hear it, mate.

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-She's supposed to be good.

-Maybe she could help you and Carys.

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-We don't need her. She'll be back

-with her tail between her legs.

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-Sorry, Lois.

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-Alright?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-I don't want to disturb but...

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-I don't want to disturb but...

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-But what?

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-I wanted to see

-how things are going.

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-It's great

-but we're one person short.

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-That's what I meant.

-Have you heard from the South?

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-Last we heard, there was no change

-in Jac's father's condition.

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-He's very ill.

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-Yes, poor thing.

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-Tell me, Dani,

-if and when his father...

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-Gets better?

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-Yes, yes.

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-Or not of course.

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-Are we expecting him back soon?

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-Mr Parry!

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-I don't know.

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-I suppose so.

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-I suppose so.

-

-I'm just worried about you.

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-Should I find someone temporary?

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-No.

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-Just that you're alright.

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-Is there anything else?

-Lois is waiting for me.

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-Yes, of course. Sorry, Lois.

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-Alright, Lowri?

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-Um.

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-Keep up the hard work.

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-Sorry.

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-Alright, Barry?

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-Alright?

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-Do you still want us

-to clean this afternoon?

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-Yes, why wouldn't I?

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-Yes, why wouldn't I?

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-You're on your own.

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

-

-Same time as usual, please.

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-Right.

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-Barry?

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-Barry?

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-Yes.

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-We're going to have

-to put up our prices, I'm afraid.

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-Oh.

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-The price of polish

-and so on has gone up.

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-And petrol...

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-And petrol...

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-From next door?

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-How much is it going up?

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-5 per visit. Is that alright?

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-You're welcome

-to put up your prices.

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-Just as I'm welcome

-to find someone cheaper to clean.

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-Don't come round this afternoon.

-It'll save you petrol, Meical.

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-That little rascal of yours

-is happy now, is he?

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-He's ruined Owain's trip.

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-He's ruined Owain's trip.

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-What?

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-He phoned home almost in tears.

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-Robbie and his friends

-have been bullying him.

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-They threw his bag in the bath.

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-They threw his bag in the bath.

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-At least Owain had a bag.

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-Your little maggot hid Robbie's bag.

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-He did not.

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-He did not.

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-Listen here, Sophie.

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-What are you doing?

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-She says that Robbie bullies Owain.

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-Owain hid Robbie's bag.

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-Oh, please.

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-That's enough! They're kids.

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-You won't know what happened

-until they come back.

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-We'll find out, don't you worry.

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-Get one for yourself too,

-with a lot of sugar!

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-Will you wait for me at lunchtime?

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-I need a lift to town.

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-I'm not going to town.

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-Never you mind.

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-It's my car too.

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-Pass your test then.

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-Sorry about earlier.

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-All you get from Sophie are lies.

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-It's alright.

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-Look. I wanted a word actually.

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-I didn't want to mention it

-in front of Dani.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-I thought about what we discussed.

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-Look, um...

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-Can you come over later?

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-Can you come over later?

-

-Is this about Sophie?

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-No.

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-Come over if you have two minutes.

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-Come over if you have two minutes.

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-Alright.

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-Hiya.

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-Thanks, Chelle.

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-Eh?

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-We drove all the way here

-to be told off.

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-That's his job.

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-He humiliated us.

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-He has to tell the truth,

-we're in a hole.

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-Of course we are.

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-We have to listen

-to that kind of idiot...

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-..who's never done a proper

-day's work telling us off.

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-We have been stupid.

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-But it stops this minute.

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-But it stops this minute.

-

-Does it?

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-How?

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-How will we get out

-of this situation?

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-That idiot won't help us.

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-Come on.

-There are other places to try.

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-Where?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-It's too late to have slept in.

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-Well?

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-We had something important to do.

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-More important than work?

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-We're here now.

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-We've got something to say.

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-And something to ask.

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-I see.

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-Which comes first?

-The saying or asking?

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-We will have to start...

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-..charging you more to clean Copa.

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-..charging you more to clean Copa.

-

-I see.

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-Yes, our prices

-have stayed the same for a while.

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-Yes.

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-That's fine by me.

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-As long as it's not

-ridiculously high.

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-Was that the asking or the saying?

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-The saying.

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-Now comes the asking.

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-We want to borrow money.

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-I see.

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-How much exactly?

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-Around...

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-Around 20,000.

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-Around 20,000.

-

-How much?

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-It could have been more

-if we hadn't listened to you...

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-..and not sent in fake receipts.

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-Oh.

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-As thanks, you're asking me to pay.

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-The taxman has doubled what we owe

-as a fine.

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-This is a big ask.

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-Do you want to borrow it all?

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-We'll have to get it

-from somewhere. We're skint.

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-Chelle.

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-We are.

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-Can you lend us the money?

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-That isn't the problem.

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-What's the problem?

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-Can you pay me back?

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-Of course we can.

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-We'll sign a contract.

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-What about the interest?

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-What about the interest?

-

-Interest?

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-How much?

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-That usually depends

-how desperate the borrowers are.

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-Alright, Wil?

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-Alright, Wil?

-

-Hi, Mam.

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-Have you had lunch?

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-No, I came straight from school.

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-Salt and vinegar crisp sandwiches.

-That's what you used to like.

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-I haven't had one for years.

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-I haven't had one for years.

-

-Do you still like them?

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-Yes, I suppose so.

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-That's what mothers are for.

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-Come on.

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-Hiya.

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-How's Dad's boy this afternoon?

-Alright, mate?

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-It's high time you started

-using someone else as a servant.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Stop using my brother.

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-He should be at school.

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-Not running around

-for some two-bit gangster.

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-I haven't seen

-your brother for days.

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-If I was you, I wouldn't spout off

-in front of my family...

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-..particularly

-given how this all started.

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-You should be more careful. People

-are seeing through your antics.

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-The best thing

-you ever did was dump him.

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-Wil's still doing your dirty work.

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-Of course not.

-She's talking rubbish.

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-If you say so.

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-If I give you advance warning,

-can you look after Tom tomorrow?

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-Sioned's away.

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-Sioned's away.

-

-I can't.

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-Barry, I'm trying to work

-and raise Tom almost single-handed.

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-I'm willing to split the cost

-of a babysitter with you.

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-How do I find half that cost

-if I can't finish my work?

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-Do you have photos

-of everyone on your phone?

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-Can I see?

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-How did you make that video?

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-How did you make that video?

-

-With a drone.

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-I always said

-you were the brains of the family.

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-It's a drone.

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-Our birthday. Dad gave us a car.

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-I've missed so much.

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-You decided to leave.

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-Yes.

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-That would be the easy explanation.

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-But Wil,

-wait until you fall in love.

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-It won't be so simple

-when that happens.

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-It makes you hurt people

-you wouldn't dream of hurting.

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-It doesn't matter

-how much you regret it.

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-You can never undo what you did.

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-Sophie. Why are you here?

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-Sophie. Why are you here?

-

-Someone has to look after the boy.

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-Owain's great.

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-Hi, love. Wait in the car.

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-Sophie, it isn't 3.30 yet.

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-Tell me, who was

-in charge of this trip?

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-Me.

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-And her, no doubt.

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-I want a word with you two,

-if it's not too much trouble.

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-I have to go to my last lesson

-or I'll be in trouble.

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-We don't want that, do we?

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-We don't want that, do we?

-

-No.

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-What should we do next?

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-Next?

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-It's too early

-for me to come to the house.

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-Yes.

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-Nobody knows about this.

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-It's still a bit early.

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-Everyone remembers things

-differently.

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-I'm sure some are still angry.

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-Erin.

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-She hasn't changed a bit.

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-I don't blame her.

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-You're still such a gentleman.

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-Let me know when you think

-they're ready to see me.

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-Alright.

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-I have to go.

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-Bye, Wil.

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-Sorry, Philip.

-I haven't had a moment to myself.

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-It's fine.

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-If it's bad news,

-I'd prefer to hear it sooner.

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-You want the sub back.

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-You've changed your mind.

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-No. I don't want the sub back.

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-I'll take it from next week's pay.

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-Oh, thank heavens.

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-I thought I'd done something wrong.

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-I thought I'd done something wrong.

-

-You have!

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-Getting this loan

-in the first place.

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-Look.

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-Don't think I'm being presumptuous.

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-What if someone

-could pay these people back?

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-And then let you clear your debt

-in your own time, interest-free?

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-What would you say?

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-I'd pinch myself

-because I'd be dreaming.

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-You're not. I will.

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-Philip!

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-If you want, I'll pay your debt

-to this company.

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-You can pay it back

-from your salary on a weekly basis.

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-You won't have to pay interest then.

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-Nobody will know.

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-Nobody will know.

-

-You can't.

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-Well.

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-I mean it.

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-Just, just say thank you.

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-Then we'll be fine.

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-Thanks, Philip.

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-Who knows what happened to the poor

-thing while I was 200 miles away.

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-Owain was fine.

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-Owain was fine.

-

-His clothes were soaked!

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-His bag was ruined and his friends

-were laughing at him.

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-Where were you

-while this was going on?

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-We had a whole class to care for.

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-You've got a strange idea of care.

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-Look, Sophie, it was a joke

-that went too far.

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-He was fed

-and I bought him new pyjamas.

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-He was fine.

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-He was fine.

-

-What's going to happen to Robbie?

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-The same as will happen to Owain.

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-Owain's no angel either, is he?

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-Look, we made sure everyone had fun.

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-Honestly, Sophie.

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-Forgetting about it would be best.

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-Alright.

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-Thanks very much.

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-We're too expensive,

-they'll look for someone else.

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-That's four now.

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-Who doesn't want to pay

-for a good service?

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-There's something

-we don't want to do too.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Borrow money from Wyn. Look.

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-The interest Wyn's charging

-to lend us the money...

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-..would cost more than doing it

-over two years as the taxman says.

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-What are we going to do?

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-I don't know, Meical.

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-Sell something?

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-Like what?

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-We don't have anything valuable

-to sell.

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-Whatever we do,

-we can't keep this quiet forever.

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-We have to tell the girls.

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-Tell me what happened

-at St Fagans again.

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-I told you once

-on the phone last night.

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-Tell me again.

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-Robbie forgot his bag

-on the schoolyard.

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-He tried to say that I hid it.

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-When I went back to my room after

-getting crisps, my bag was wet.

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-And Robbie did it.

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-There were other boys there too.

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-There were other boys there too.

-

-What did you do?

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-I went to tell Miss James.

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-I went to tell Miss James.

-

-Why not go to Mathew?

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-He wasn't in his room.

-He was with Miss James.

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-What was he doing

-in Miss James' room?

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-I don't know, talking or discussing.

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Mae 'na sioc enbyd yn y post i Meical a Michelle wrth i'r bil treth gyrraedd. Meical and Michelle are in for a shock when they receive the bill from the tax office.