Episode 2 The Commute


Episode 2

A slice of Northern Ireland life as everyday commuters discuss same-sex marriage, racism and getting older as they head to their daily destinations.


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Ah, the morning routine.

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A couple of hours that brings half a million of us out and onto

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Northern Ireland's roads.

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It's rarely the highlight of anybody's day.

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Another day, another dollar.

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Another day, another tuppence ha'penny.

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Ready for another day in paradise?

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It can be a time for deep thinking...

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Religion is like a house, there's that many rooms,

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you could pick whatever room you want.

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..some not-so-deep thinking...

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When you hit about 40, your hair comes out. Serious?! Yeah.

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..and times when there's no thinking involved whatsoever.

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OBAMA IMPRESSION: I have something to say to the American people here today.

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HE BARKS

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So buckle up, everyone, as we take you on The Commute.

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THEY SCREAM

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MUSIC: Hymn For The Weekend by Coldplay

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Say a wee prayer before we go?

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Bow the heads.

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Charlie, if you don't mind, switch the engine back off again.

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Dear Jesus, guide us on our way,

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Help me make it through the day,

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Cos I don't care what's right or wrong,

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I'll just be singing that same old song,

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As the mixer bangs along.

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You know you can help us get better each day,

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By guiding our boss with a little more pay.

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Help these two men find what they want in life.

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I hope everything works out and we get the lottery as well.

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Amen. Amen to that!

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That was nice today, Sid.

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From the heart.

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# No one man should have all that power... #

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It's another early start for our commuters.

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This morning, they're all heading stateside

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to the US presidential elections.

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And over in east Belfast,

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Gary and Kathryn are struggling to pick a winner.

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If Trump gets in, I think we should all go and live on Mars.

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Well, I think we'll have to go and live on Mars,

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there's absolutely no doubt. Yeah.

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He cannot possibly get in.

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It would be awful.

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Absolutely shocking. Yeah.

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But I'm not sure that Clinton should get in either.

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I don't know, maybe we'd be better with just all of them out.

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She's got too many skeletons in her closet, I think, to get in.

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The presidential elections are almost like the Wizard Of Oz.

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Big long journey, it lasts for years, and at the end of it,

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you get some guy that you don't really know anything about him,

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who's a bit weird and a bit wacky, and he's not really the real thing.

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That's the most profound thing you have ever said.

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North Antrim political discourse!

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They're following the Yellow Brick Road to the White House

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and they're going to have this big guy at the end of it.

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They aim to be the president, the big guy at the end. Or girl.

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Or girl, yeah.

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Along the way, they pick up... A tin man.

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A tin man, a lion and a scarecrow. What's the analogy?

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No heart, no brains, no courage...

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It's the development of the person.

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Finally, American youth get to vote

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and they have to choose between Trump and Clinton.

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What a choice.

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He is so hateful.

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You've got to say, he hates everyone equally.

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He hates the Muslims and the Mexicans.

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Because they are also Muslim.

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But he likes white people and hillbillies.

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And he loves guns, of course, you know.

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Hillary's like a rich, upper-class auntie you can't like.

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The one who wears the fur coats and looks down on you.

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IN POLISH:

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Trump will win, sure he will.

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Do you think so? I think he will.

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Because I don't think you can go from - and I'm being quite honest -

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it was a massive shock, in my opinion, that Barack Obama won.

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The first black, African-American president.

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To go from a black president to a woman, in the eyes of America...

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You know what? 16 years or easily a 12-year run, you know what I mean?

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And let's be honest, Trump understands, the immigrants.

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Immigrants and gun control.

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You know Trump's view on it, but Clinton,

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what's she going to do? You know what I mean?

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Say she does get president, right? Say people do get behind her,

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but all the congressmen are going to turn around and say,

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"You think I am going to take orders from..."

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Her. "..her."

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# Sisters are doing it for themselves... #

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I would really love to see a female president of the USA. Me too.

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It would be something new, wouldn't it? It would be special.

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Something for women's lib, wouldn't it? Yes, it would.

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Trump? In the name of God.

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I mean, if it had been Ivana, that would have been better.

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At least you would've had a bit of craic, wouldn't you?

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And a bit of style. Lovely shoes.

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But flippin' Donald Trump, the husband?

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God, he's desperate.

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He's basically against immigration

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unless it's an attractive-looking supermodel

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from the former Soviet Union that he might be able to marry.

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Is it his mother is German? His grandparents are definitely German.

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So, they've come from Germany

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and his main campaign is to stop people immigrating into America.

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Hillary, oh, my God, she's like a cardboard cut out or something.

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At least Hillary should know what happens,

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with her husband being there.

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Been there, done that.

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Aye, he was there and done that all right.

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He'd done a lot more than he was supposed to be doing.

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HE TUTS

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Remember the wee black dress?

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Big Monica. Monica Lewinsky.

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Where did she ever go to?

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Wrote a book, made a fortune, got her dress dry-cleaned

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and that was it, you never heard tell of her since.

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Trump, Trump, Trump - he's...

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See when I think of Donald Trump, I think of...

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You know the way the English call breaking wind "trump"?

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"Oh, I've trumped!"

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As if it's all right to say that.

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So that's what makes you think of Donald Trump.

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Every time I think of Donald Trump, all I can think of is breaking wind.

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I swear to God.

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Some top-notch political analysis there from Gerry in Lisburn.

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# Baby, I don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight... #

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Let's all take a breather before our next subject

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and marvel at our commuters' capacity to be wile past remarkable.

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There's somebody who's been on the egg and onion sandwiches,

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and on the beefburgers.

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That woman's hair!

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That woman there, she's actually plucking her hair out of her face.

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I think that gentleman's letting you go. Thank you.

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Oh, it's actually a gentle lady.

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There's that blonde boy sewing in there.

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Must need glasses, because now my rows aren't touched!

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Gays are just becoming like heterosexuals.

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You know...

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boring.

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There's no craic any more. Nobody's gay any more.

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You know, it was more exciting when you had to hide.

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# My love, my love, my love

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# She keeps me warm

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# She keeps me warm... #

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In south Belfast,

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full-time translator Marty is explaining the laws of same-sex

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marriage here in Northern Ireland to his Polish friend, Agnieszka.

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How can you support gay marriage if gay marriage is not allowed?

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Gay marriage is allowed. Is it allowed?

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Well, I know it is in Dublin now. Well, not Dublin, just the South.

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In the North?

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No, it hasn't been passed in the... In the South? ..the North.

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No, it's been passed in the South, but it hasn't been up in the North.

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It nearly got passed... But the end of the day,

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the North and the South are two different countries.

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That's what I'm saying, it got passed in the South, but not in the North.

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It's the tenth anniversary of our civil partnership.

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We're together 26 years.

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And we still...

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..can't get married like they can in the south of Ireland.

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And in the UK. And, I think, in Scotland.

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Uh-huh.

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If Stormont Executive is formally part of the United Kingdom,

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then why do they not have the same laws of the land of the UK?

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So what's it got to do with us if Larry and Barry's a couple,

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or Maggie and Aggie's a couple? It's nothing to do with us.

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If they want to get married, let them get married.

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Try and tell them that's up in Stormont that.

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Yeah, you go, girl!

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We're behind on everything. Northern Ireland's behind in everything.

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Yeah. And gay marriage, well, same-sex marriage, backward.

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But there's Gerard, who I used to work with in the salon,

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and him and his partner, Alastair, they're better than the

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majority of the straight couples that I know, like.

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They're class, they're unreal and they're so happy. So, like...

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It doesn't matter... It's ridiculous.

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The world needs to get with it. It's so silly, isn't it?

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If you love someone, why should you not be able to marry them?

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It's ridiculous. Because it offends someone?

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Being gay, being in a gay marriage, it's only a small part of life.

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It's just... Of your life,

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it's only a small part of what makes you the person you are.

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It's not...

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a big deal.

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It's only a small part of what makes me who I am.

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I mean, I will always be a tall, dark, handsome fella,

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so being gay doesn't have anything to do with that.

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What mirror are you looking in?

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On the road from Moneymore to Magherafelt,

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James is worrying about Brexit.

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You think all this Brexit craic's just to try and stop

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foreigners from getting into the country?

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You think this is what it's all about?

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I think the Leavers have all been hoodwinked. Youse didn't listen.

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I think it's ridiculous, I think we should be welcoming foreigners into this country.

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They bring culture, they bring different languages to the country.

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All the ones, them that argue, well, then they need translators,

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and the translators are making the money.

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I suppose that's a point,

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but then it's creating a job!

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When I was a child, we had this house,

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with all the black people in it.

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And I remember once - I was only about five or six,

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I was tiny - and my neighbour, a woman, a grown-up woman, asked

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me to go and touch this man's hand to see if the colour came off.

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Oh, for goodness' sake!

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And I went across and I went like this - I remember doing it -

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and I went, "Look!"

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I remember, you know?

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I would be scared,

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I'd be terrified if I was just listening to the media.

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I wouldn't.

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After the Oslo massacre, I'm not terrified of Christians.

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Well, that's true.

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I don't feel as if they need to, like,

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apologise on his behalf or whatever.

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No, I'm not going to apologise for anything any militant nutter does.

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You don't ever associate with it.

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And when people ask about stuff, I'm just like...

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"How do you feel about the Crusades?

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"Do you want to talk to me about them?"

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Do you know what I mean? Yeah.

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Nothing to do with me, I'm just here, going to work.

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Commuting, coming home, doing my own thing. Loving life, loving people.

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My experiences in life are based on living in this country.

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So I am a British Muslim.

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I'm a British, Northern Irish Muslim.

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You remember when we went over to England, people were like, "Whoa!"

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Mind-blown, Muslims with Irish accents, Northern Irish accents.

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Actually, our cousins call us Irish. Yeah, they think...

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But we have the British passport, Irish passport,

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Pakistani passport - loving it.

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Yeah, yeah.

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"Are you a Catholic Muslim, or are you a Protestant one, Arousa?"

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That was the next one.

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See the way I see religion?

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It gives you a path to look forward, stay on that path.

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Don't look left or right, so the snakes don't come and get you.

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So the Muslim and the Christian

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and the Jew

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and the Catholic and the Protestant...

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It's good to have a path to follow.

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..and the Indian...

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I think...

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..religion is like a house - there's that many rooms

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and you could pick whatever room you want. So long as it's a good house.

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A peaceful house.

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# I can't lose

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# I can't lose... #

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Over in Newry,

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Anne-Marie and the girls have some strong words to say about Brexit.

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There's going to be a massive rise in racism, because...

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It was bad enough, racism...

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Anybody who voted Out...

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You have people who have genuine interests,

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but then you have the ignorant, ignorant...

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Who are just, like,

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"I don't want anyone coming here and stealing my job!"

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And that is their wavelength. That is their thought process.

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Maybe if you had the qualification for the job, or applied for it,

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you'd get it!

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Someone said to me the other day,

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"Why would I want foreigners' children in my child's class?"

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What?! "That's holding my children back,

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"because more money's being spent on educating them."

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I was, like, "Who do you think you are to deny a child education?"

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That is disgusting.

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There's a segment of the population are complete numbnuts.

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They have no idea, no education, no... They were dragged up.

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There's no respect. And that's how they think, day in, day out.

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And no matter what is said to them...

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That's how they were brought up. It has to be.

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You don't just wake up one day and become a racist.

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Meanwhile, over in Carrickfergus...

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Some people in my class, they think saying "black people" is racist.

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So they say, they said...

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I saw this guy and someone asked me what he looked like,

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and I said, "I don't know, but I know he's black." That's not racist.

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If a person was blue, you'd say that's a blue person.

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It's not a derogatory term, it's just a description of who they are.

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Yeah. Yeah.

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Did you know that, when I was young,

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they used to call black people coloured,

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but they actually find that more offensive

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than if you call them black?

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I'm not saying I don't like foreigners, because I do

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and I travel a lot.

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What I don't like is too many.

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Does that sound awful racist? Yep.

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These are people that's in the country working, but...

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Yes, people who work... There are people here who don't want to work.

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No matter what way you look at it, you know,

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if you bring everybody in - which is wonderful -

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where are they going to go? Where are they going to sleep?

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Where are they going to live? What are they going to eat?

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I worry that the way I think sometimes,

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does that sound like I'm racist?

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Because I'm not racist.

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But the cake only cuts up into so many pieces.

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I would hate it if we became a nation that had become

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unfriendly to others in need.

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Yes.

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For so long, the Irish from 32 counties

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depended on the goodness of others to take us in.

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All the emigration to America, other places.

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It used to be ?10 to emigrate to Australia.

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That's right. And Canada.

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Well, so many countries did the Irish immigrant

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such a good turn that you would not really...

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I would hate to see unfriendliness in this land.

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And we'd spent so many years being unfriendly to each other, hadn't we?

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Oh, yes, yes.

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Before we move on to our last subject,

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our commuters are venting their spleens once more.

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Oh, aye. Sure, just abandon the wagon there to pick some blackberries on the corner.

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Och, look, there's a wee learner.

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Aw, cute!

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Back to driving school, you idiot! Why is it...?

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No, not all women drivers, but they're doing bloody make-ups

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and lipstick and wanting to look good.

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How about you get out of your bed five minutes earlier and do it?

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When you get your test, then you can tell me how to drive.

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She wasn't supposed to do that. You're not supposed to do that!

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You need to be very careful, love,

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with your ball going out in the road like that. OK, pet.

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Isn't it well that I saw that coming, and it was a luminous ball?

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Anyhow...

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According to the recent census,

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we're all getting older and we're living longer.

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It's causing mixed feelings for our morning commuters,

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but somewhere between Randalstown and Coleraine,

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builder Sid is hatching a plan.

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I think, when I get older...

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..I think I'll maybe emigrate to Antarctica,

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because I always wanted to be an Eskimo.

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I always thought I'd like to get up in the mornings and just put

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on me fur coat - me seal coat -

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and walk across the ice...

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Just, you know, that handle thing that screws into the ice? Aye.

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Drill a hole, and just dangle a piece of string down into the hole.

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And dip it up and down like that, there, and then maybe a fish would

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grab it, and then I would pull the fish up, and hit it over the head.

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I would then cut it along the body, take out your finger

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and pull it along and pull its intestines and guts and all.

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Cut the head off it, and then cook it there and then.

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Someone's been watching too much Pingu.

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What you going to cook it with?

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Sushi, lad, just eat it raw.

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Well...

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I had sushi one time in Scotland.

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I ate...

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salmon...

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..trout...

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..monkfish...

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..same platter, tuna.

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And a few fish eyes.

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If you had an age of choice to stay, what would it be? Age of choice?

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You first. And why. But we've hardly lived, so... Me?

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OK. Me?

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Yes, you, old man.

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25. You've not even got that age.

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25, because you're not too young and you're not too old,

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and also most things that you can, like, that are old, are over 18.

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Think about it, as soon as you turn 18,

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you're going to have to have a job, so everything's going to be boring.

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I'm old AND I'm boring.

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Guys, this is going really well!

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Your parents will die, let's say you if you're 60... Oh, and now I'm dead?!

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Shh, Mum.

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But what if you're scrawny and ugly at 23?

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Like, some of the guys that I know...

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Yeah, I know, but some of the guys I know, even in their mid-20s,

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they still look gangly and then, come after 30s, it was like, damn!

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Yeah, but that's late puberty.

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As they make their way to school in Newtownards, Bethany and Emily

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have the old age thing sussed.

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Well, like, sort of!

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I'm going to wear winged eyeliner when I'm, like, 80.

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Yeah, we'll be, like, blending our eyeshadow. Yeah!

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We'll be the new generation of old people!

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Yeah, I'll just be sitting in my old people's home,

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re-watching Game Of Thrones.

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There'll probably be, like, a new series.

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You know, I'll still have long hair when I'm a granny.

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Yeah, I know, I don't want to cut my hair.

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Wait, I don't think you cut it, I think it comes out.

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When you hit about 40, your hair comes out. Really?

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Serious? Yeah.

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Have you prepared for your pension? Ha, no! Have you prepared for yours?

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Oh, yes, I have a portfolio, indeed!

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Yes, indeed, you would have a portfolio.

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Do you know when you have to get out your portfolio? Yeah.

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And it takes you about 2.5 seconds to look at it.

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We should be maybe putting a wee bit aside for the face. Yes.

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Well, I definitely think that you and I will be having

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a trip on the big 50th birthday.

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Yes, but that's so far off.

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To the clinic... Five years.

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Stop talking about that! Five years.

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Five years, that's... Don't say five years, say several...

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That's all it is. Five years.

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While you're in, are you going to get a wee...?

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Well, no, that would be quite a big...

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If we started that...

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You'd maybe have a new Kathryn lying on the floor. You would!

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I don't like those old people who intensely try to be

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so much younger, and still go out every Saturday night.

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Like, I want to be a granny.

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If I'm old, I want to be old and be a cute,

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wee granny and go and get my wee blue rinse.

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Och, no, I'd like a wee pink rinse.

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And sitting in the wee hairdressers

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and then going up the town for a wee cup of tea.

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Och, no, I think I would. I'd live the life.

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And then, your wee dolly trolley, going shopping.

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All perfect.

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You know I'm going to live till I'm 100?

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Yes. And I'm going to die with a broken neck. Why's that?

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Because when his wife comes home,

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I'm going to have to jump out of an upstairs window!

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I swear to God, I was passing a shop the other day

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and I looked in the window, and I thought to myself,

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"Who is that old lad's reflection in the window?"

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Only to realise it was myself.

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I swear to God. I was going to say...

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I thought it was my grandad.

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I'd get all here all done. I'd get this all done.

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No, because you see, I think then...

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Oh, no, I would, I don't care.

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No, but I think then it looks like you've got a job done.

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Morning. Look.

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I can't look, I'm driving.

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You look scary.

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When I get older, I'll be in a truss. Will you?

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Oh, absolutely. Why?

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Because, I mean, naturally, when you get older, it all goes a wee bit...

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And I'll be like...

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Put the teeth out.

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Do it with the teeth out. That's it!

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You need to do it with the teeth out.

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Listen, you paid good money for those crowns,

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there's no point in not showing them off.

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And you pop a TENA Lady in for the whole day?

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Just for the whole day, yes. And then just let go when you need to?

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Yes, yes. Just wee leaks at a time.

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Yeah, a wee dribble and a wee dribble. A wee sneeze and a wee sneeze.

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That's what you're up against when you get older.

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I know, but some people have had that fixed. Uh-huh.

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I think that's the way forward. You get that all...

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But just maybe I could say to you...

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I might have to go for a couple of months.

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Maybe I could say to you at this juncture, as a friend... Yes?

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Just as a friend, and I don't want you to be offended!

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OK, I'll try not. Don't be offended. OK.

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I think you should change it more often.

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Because sometimes, no matter how much fragrance you put on...

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You can get TENA pants now for men. Can you, seriously?

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Mmm-hmm. You cannot. You can.

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That's rubbish. You can!

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I've seen that in one of the magazines or something. Seriously?

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Uh-huh. Incontinence pants for men?

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Them things that women uses?

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It just goes into a pair of pants.

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Have you noticed that they always advertise them things when

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you're having your tea?

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Six o'clock at night, you can be sure

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there'll be something on about it, women leaking.

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I swear to God.

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Well, you can get them for men now as well, if you have dribbles.

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Well, I don't have dribbles, thank you very much. Oh, my God.

0:25:540:25:58

You know, a sign to know whenever you're getting old,

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they start cutting your eyebrows, they start cutting your nose hair, they start cutting your ear hair -

0:26:010:26:05

I'm telling you. Used to take me ten minutes to get my hair cut,

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now it takes about half an hour.

0:26:070:26:09

Do the barbers not do something with the...? Aye, that's Turkish barbers.

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They do a flame. Burn the hairs off your ears.

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Jeez, the first day he done that,

0:26:160:26:17

I thought he was going to set me on fire.

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On the road to Ballycastle,

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geography teacher Gordon has decided what he'd put into Room 101.

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Just old people. What?

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Old people. Sure, you're nearly there.

0:26:310:26:33

What about your parents, sure, they're old? They wouldn't

0:26:330:26:35

appreciate you saying these sort of things about them?

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Well, maybe it's not just old people, it's old-isms.

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Things that tag themselves along with them.

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You know, like... Like when you're stuck behind somebody

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driving at 40mph. You automatically assume that's an old person.

0:26:460:26:49

I know I'm going to get there myself, but, you know...

0:26:490:26:52

It kind of grates on you at times as well.

0:26:520:26:55

I can't say that I've ever been troubled by an old person.

0:26:550:26:58

Excuse me?

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I can't say I've ever been troubled by someone who's

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a wee bit more esteemed. Why does it bother you?

0:27:030:27:05

It doesn't really, I just mentioned it.

0:27:050:27:08

Trying to create a tedious link here to Gramps in front of the car.

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That's all you can think of is bowels when you get older.

0:27:160:27:19

That's another thing about getting older, all you think about is, "Did I go to the toilet today?

0:27:190:27:23

"Oh, I'll have to move myself!

0:27:230:27:24

"Don't touch me, it's like a stick of dynamite."

0:27:240:27:27

I swear to God, it's desperate. Oh, my God, it's disgusting.

0:27:270:27:29

I used to hear my granny and my mummy and everybody talking about

0:27:290:27:33

bowel movements, and used to say, "God, that's going to make me sick."

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And now, all I can think about is, "Have I went today?"

0:27:360:27:40

All right, see you later.

0:27:400:27:41

Time once again to leave our commuters at their destinations.

0:27:410:27:45

Let's start another day.

0:27:450:27:46

Is there someone in that car? Oh, no, that's my reflection.

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# It's not believing... #

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See you later, I'm tired.

0:27:520:27:53

Yeee-haw!

0:27:550:27:58

Kissy, kissy, kissy.

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Mwah, mwah, mwah!

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Ta.

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Thanks a lot, see you. Same time next week? OK, see you then.

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Join them on their next commute, when love is in the air.

0:28:050:28:09

I'm getting married in Disney.

0:28:090:28:11

They'll also be revealing their final wishes...

0:28:110:28:13

And when the two heels are kicked up, I have told her to make sure

0:28:130:28:16

I'm buried with my watch, so I can tell the time.

0:28:160:28:18

..and they'll be killing a great Queen song with

0:28:180:28:20

a car karaoke that'll bring tears to your eyes.

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# Scaramouche, Scaramouche

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# Can you do the fandango? #

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# Yeah, a little bit of feel good goes a long way

0:28:270:28:31

# I need your touch to get me through my day

0:28:330:28:36

# Watching you sleeping, I pray

0:28:380:28:41

# Please, don't make it go away. #

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