Episode 13 Pengelli


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Episode 13

Mae tenantiaid Pengelli yn dathlu dyweddiad Liz a Geraint, ond nid yw Liz yno. The tenants of Pengelli celebrate Liz and Geraint's engagement but Liz isn't there.


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-Eight, nine, three thousand.

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-Beauties. A Fiesta automatic,

-just like you ordered.

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-Here's your cut. Lucky, aren't you?

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-You'll be able to spend it all

-on yourself.

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-You'll be able to spend it all

-on yourself.

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-Hand it over.

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-Be like that!

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-Hey! Haven't you forgotten

-something? The receipt.

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-Don't want to be caught, do we?

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-Don't be shy -there are plenty more

-where this came from.

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-Don't be shy -there are plenty more

-where this came from.

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-When I've a customer.

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-Hang on to that cash.

-Divorces are expensive.

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-Don't I know it. My ex skinned me.

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-One more for the post, Luned.

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-How are things this morning?

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-How are things this morning?

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-Fine.

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-Quiet?

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-Quiet?

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-Yes, Carla was always rabbitting on.

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-I wouldn't call Annette quiet.

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-I wouldn't call Annette quiet.

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-She bites your head off

-as soon as look at you.

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-Carla'll be back.

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-Carla'll be back.

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-Three months of her sister

-and I'll be running to Cardiff.

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-Here comes the blushing bride!

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-Congratulations!

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-Congratulations!

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-Sorry?

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-The engagement.

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-Really? I didn't know.

-Congratulations!

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-Perhaps the ring

-wasn't expensive enough.

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-Perhaps the ring

-wasn't expensive enough.

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-Gwenda!

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-Ger, why don't you...oh, sorry.

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-Excuse me.

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-Yes?

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-The committee was thrilled

-with the chair.

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-How about the poet?

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-How about the poet?

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-He won't sit in it, that's a cert.

-He has an arse like an elephant.

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-How about another commission?

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-How about another commission?

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-Try me.

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-Ever heard of Ap Menai?

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-Who?

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-Who?

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-Precisely.

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-Was he a poet?

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-Was he a poet?

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-He thought he was. An Anglesey

-know-all who knew nothing.

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-Some village boffins want to

-erect a plaque in his memory.

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-It's my 'privilege' to organise it.

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-I'll do it.

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-I'll do it.

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-Here are the details.

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-I'll give you a quote.

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-I'll give you a quote.

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-What?

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-A quote. I don't work for nothing.

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-A quote. I don't work for nothing.

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-Of course not.

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-I'm off, before I'm spotted.

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-There's someone I'm trying to avoid.

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-It's a boring story,

-about a boring person. 'Bye.

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-He has a psychological problem.

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-John Albert's so young

-to be a grandfather.

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-He can't cope emotionally.

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-He can't cope emotionally.

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-Stuff his emotional problems.

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-What about Medwen and the girls?

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-What about Medwen and the girls?

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-You misunderstand me.

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-Barbra!

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-I was just about

-to call and see you.

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-How are you? I'm Islwyn Owain,

-Barbra's poetry tutor.

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-Not that she needs much tutoring.

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-You have such a way with words.

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-Excuse me.

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-This is Luned Watkin.

-She's in charge of us.

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-This is Luned Watkin.

-She's in charge of us.

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-My sympathies.

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-She's quite a handful, isn't she?

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-Very nice.

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-Prat!

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-This place gets on my wick.

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-This place gets on my wick.

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-Why?

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-Are we going to celebrate

-your engagement?

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-Come on! I'll invite myself and

-everyone else. Let's have a party.

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-We should socialise

-more outside work.

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-We should socialise

-more outside work.

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-Like John Albert and Carla?

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-Don't you trust yourself?

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-Don't you trust yourself?

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-I'd be putty in your hands.

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-I know the feeling.

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-I know the feeling.

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-It's a good idea.

-We've never had a night out.

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-That's sorted, then.

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-< Anything wrong?

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-No, that's precisely the problem.

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-You didn't get this for 3,000?

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-You didn't get this for 3,000?

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-Yes, look at the receipt.

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-I'm not saying you can't get

-an H reg Fiesta for 3,000...

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-..but this one's like new.

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-..but this one's like new.

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-A customer, Harri.

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-Hiya. I've got a part-time job

-in that supermarket in town.

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-Good.

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-< It's a tidy car, Mr Griffiths.

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-Just the job for driving around,

-if you want to drive around.

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-Just the job for driving around,

-if you want to drive around.

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-Edwin, are you coming round tonight?

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-Probably. I'll see.

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-Probably. I'll see.

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-OK. 'Bye.

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-Probably. I'll see.

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-OK. 'Bye.

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-'Bye, Janis.

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-Nice colour, too.

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-Nice colour, too.

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-A bit offish, weren't you?

-I thought you were friends.

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-Are we?

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-Are we?

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-Edwin!

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-Are we?

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-Edwin!

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-Women, Mr Griffiths!

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-Sure you want to come?

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-Sure you want to come?

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-Gwenda has spoken!

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-Perhaps she'd like to set the date

-for our wedding.

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-Why did you have to tell

-everyone?

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-I didn't. News travels fast.

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-I didn't. News travels fast.

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-How? Telepathy?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Ask Gwenda.

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-Let's forget all about it.

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-Let's forget all about it.

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-Don't be stupid.

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-Let's forget all about it.

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-Don't be stupid.

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-Me?

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-I'm just trying to read the signs.

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-Sorry. I'm tired.

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-What else is new?

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-Once I've cleared Dad's stuff,

-I'll be fine.

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-I hope so.

-I'm running out of patience.

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-I'll join you later.

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-Fine. I'm going to see Berwyn John.

-See you there.

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-Idiot! Road hog!

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-< Move! Some of us have work to do.

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-Hey, John! Carla phoned last night.

-She sends her regards.

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-She's having a whale of a time.

-Out every night with some hunk.

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-Everything all right?

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-Everything all right?

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-Williams wants more tuna sandwiches.

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-Hurry up, then. I need another pair

-of hands. The van's due any second.

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-All right, don't blow a gasket.

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-All right, don't blow a gasket.

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-Clean hands!

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-If I was him, I'd go into hiding,

-not hang around out there.

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-Who wants to see his ugly mug?

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-It takes two.

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-It takes two.

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-Carla's too blinkin' naive.

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-Or too soft.

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-Or too soft.

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-Too stupid, you mean.

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-She's your sister!

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-She's your sister!

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-If the truth hurts...

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-She's your sister!

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-If the truth hurts...

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-Not everyone sees it that way.

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-Why should she have to leave

-while he gets away scot free?

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-Drop it! Is there mustard on these?

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-Drop it! Is there mustard on these?

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-You didn't tell me to put any.

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-Drop it! Is there mustard on these?

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-You didn't tell me to put any.

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-We always do.

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-That's stupid. What if you

-don't like mustard? I don't.

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-That's stupid. What if you

-don't like mustard? I don't.

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-You'd burn your tongue...

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-..and do everyone a big favour.

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-I think I'll go fishing Saturday.

-Fancy joining me?

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-Do you like a rainbow, Edwin?

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-Do you like a rainbow, Edwin?

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-I don't know.

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-Do you like a rainbow, Edwin?

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

-Trout, Edwin.

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-Do you like a rainbow, Edwin?

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

-Trout, Edwin.

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-Yes, Mr Griffiths.

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-I once went fishing with my mates.

-We didn't get a bite.

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-Jac said, "Never mind, I hate fish,

-too many bones".

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-Thanks very much.

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-Congratulations. I heard the news.

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-It's true, isn't it?

-About the engagement?

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-It's true, isn't it?

-About the engagement?

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-Yes.

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-Sorry. I said the wrong thing.

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-Sorry. I said the wrong thing.

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-No, forget it.

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-Sure?

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-Sure.

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-Geraint and Gwenda are friendly,

-aren't they?

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-What are you insinuating?

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-What are you insinuating?

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-Nothing. Don't tell Luned,

-or I'll never hear the end of it.

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-An acquaintance of mine, a bard,

-came to see Geraint today.

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-I'm dying to find out why.

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-I thought perhaps Geraint

-had mentioned it to Gwenda.

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-I thought perhaps Geraint

-had mentioned it to Gwenda.

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-Sorry, you've lost me.

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-Luned, do you know anything

-about a beard?

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-Luned, do you know anything

-about a beard?

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-May I help myself to your nuts?

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-They can be fatal, you know.

-Some people are allergic to them.

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-They can be fatal, you know.

-Some people are allergic to them.

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-You're not, by any chance?

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-Come and sit down.

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-Actually, I feel like a preacher

-in a brothel.

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-Aren't the garage lads coming?

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-Aren't the garage lads coming?

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-I expect they'll be along later.

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-When's Liz joining us?

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-When's Liz joining us?

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-Later.

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-I bet she was thrilled.

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

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-Nothing.

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-She's had a rough time, lately.

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-She's had a rough time, lately.

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-And don't I know it!

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-Perhaps it's a delayed reaction.

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-It's delayed something.

-Nothing pleases her.

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-That's how couples are.

-Not that I'd remember.

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-You always hurt the one you love.

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-Come on! She'll come round.

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-I suppose so.

-You make a good agony aunt.

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-Only when there's a hunk in agony.

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-Come on, Mr Preacher.

-Into the brothel!

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-Stop channel hopping!

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-Want one?

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-Want one?

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-No thanks, John Albert.

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-Edwin?

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-Edwin?

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-No.

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-Aren't you a bundle of laughs?

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-You won't find the answer

-in a beer can, John Albert.

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-You won't find the answer

-in a beer can, John Albert.

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-Where will I find it, then?

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-Fancy a pint, Edwin?

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-I'm not being nosy, but I didn't

-realise you knew Islwyn Owain.

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-Who?

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-Who?

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-Islwyn, the poet.

-I happened to see him by the pagoda.

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-She wants to know what he wanted.

-She fancies him.

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-She wants to know what he wanted.

-She fancies him.

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-I don't! He's my poetry tutor.

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-You're not rambling on

-about him again!

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-You're not rambling on

-about him again!

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-I'm just inquisitive.

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-Leave her alone. It's no secret.

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-He wants a sculpture. >

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-A wooden, full-size sculpture

-of himself.

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-Really?

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-Really?

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-Scouts' honour.

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-For his back garden.

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-For his back garden.

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-Why?

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-Perhaps he's seeking immortality.

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-Isn't wood an odd material

-for a sculpture?

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-Isn't wood an odd material

-for a sculpture?

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-It'll blend in with the trees.

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-Which wood will you use?

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-Which wood will you use?

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-I'm not sure. The wood they used

-for Pinocchio, perhaps.

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-It grows when you tell lies.

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-I knew it!

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-< Working late?

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-You startled me.

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-You startled me.

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-Sorry. I saw your light on.

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-How's it going?

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-Heavy.

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-It has to be done.

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-You're like me. Conscientious.

-Doing your duty.

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-I envy those who do as they please.

-The John Albert's of the world.

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-I don't blame him one bit.

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-He followed his instincts.

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-Look what happened.

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-Look what happened.

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-But it was fun while it lasted.

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-It's not that simple.

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-Isn't it?

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-There are other people to consider.

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-I'm going to the Crown to meet

-the others. You're welcome to come.

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-We only live once, Liz.

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-Don't, Gwyn.

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-Come here.

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-Come on.

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-Take it off.

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-When are you expecting Liz?

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-When are you expecting Liz?

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-I'll go and fetch her soon.

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-She's missing all the fun.

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-She's missing all the fun.

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-Isn't she just?

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-She's missing all the fun.

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-Isn't she just?

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-I wish Carla was here.

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-It's such a pity she's gone

-and left us.

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-She's only in Cardiff, Barbra,

-not in heaven!

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-Things aren't the same without her.

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-Things aren't the same without her.

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-We had such a laugh.

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-At her expense, you mean?

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-At her expense, you mean?

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-No, Annette.

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-At her expense, you mean?

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-No, Annette.

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-Just joking, Luned.

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-Pack it in, John Albert.

-You're behaving like a two year old.

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-Stuff you! I'm off to the pub.

-I don't give a damn what they say.

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-John Albert, don't do anything rash.

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-Leave him alone, Mr Griffiths.

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-Hey, come on. Don't worry.

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-It was what we both wanted.

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-We might as well be honest about it.

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-Excuse me.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Geraint, I don't want

-to seem pushy...

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-..but I could make a plinth

-for the plaque.

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-Perhaps I could make a model, too?

-Pinocchio, perhaps?

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-If it's not John Albert!

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-If it's not John Albert!

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-So? Not barred, am I? Don't start!

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-What would you know, anyway?

-And you!

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-Would you like to buy a magazine?

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-Would you like to buy a magazine?

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-No.

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-Would you like to buy a magazine?

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-No.

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-I'm sure you would.

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-If he's staying, I'm leaving.

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-It's time I went, too.

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-It's time I went, too.

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-Come on, John Albert's not that bad.

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-Are you staying?

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-Scraping the bottom of the barrel?

-Is she the best you could do?

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-Are you leaving, too?

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-Are you leaving, too?

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-No. What'll it be? A pint?

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-Thanks a bunch...

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-..for joining us like you promised.

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-I didn't notice the time.

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-I didn't notice the time.

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-I bet.

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-Honestly.

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-What's wrong, Liz?

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-Come on, tell me.

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-Come on, tell me.

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-Tell you what?

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-We don't have to get engaged,

-if you'd rather not.

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-Ger, just shut up.

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-Shut up.

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-See them scarper?

-You'd swear I was a leopard.

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-No-one wanted to know me.

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-Thousands of men have done

-what I did.

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-Don't they care

-about losing everything?

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-I've lost my home, my family.

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-They won't let me see Mari's baby.

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-She won't know her granddad.

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-I'll never nurse her to sleep.

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-I've made a hell of a mess

-of things.

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-What am I going to do?

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-Let me take you home.

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-Black coffee,

-just what the doctor ordered.

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-John Albert!

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-Silly fool!

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-CYMEN Cyf.

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Mae tenantiaid Pengelli yn dathlu dyweddiad Liz a Geraint, ond nid yw Liz yno. The tenants of Pengelli celebrate Liz and Geraint's engagement but Liz isn't there.