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Pa mor bell mae Mathew yn fodlon mynd i gael Dani i gytuno i'w gais? Mae pethau'n poethi yn y garej. How far is Mathew willing to go to get Dani to agree to his request?


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-Ah.

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-Ah.

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-The photos from the photo shoot.

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-Colin printed them out

-and I've bought some frames.

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-Fair play to you.

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-I don't want to frame any.

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-I don't want to frame any.

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-They're gold-rimmed.

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-I'm not smiling and you look like

-you've never held a baby.

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-This one's OK.

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-Colin tried his best to make

-you laugh on the day, Dani.

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-Catrin and Aaron are all smiles.

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-I don't want photos

-of your children.

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-Chester didn't turn up either.

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-I'll go.

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-I'll go.

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-No, I'll go.

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-Why did I bother?

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-I'm glad she's recovering well.

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-We find out a week today whether

-the operation was a success.

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-It's still a worrying time for you.

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-We're hoping for the best. She's

-going back to school on Monday.

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-And I'm going back to work.

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-And I'm going back to work.

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-Better than dwelling on worry.

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-We have to carry on, don't we?

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-Something for the bottom drawer,

-as we used to say.

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-Ah, it's lovely.

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-Show me the ring, then.

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-I haven't got one yet,

-but I've had lovely flowers.

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-He should get a move on.

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-Fair play,

-he wasn't expecting me to propose.

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-That's no excuse to make you wait.

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-I think he might buy one today.

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-He was going to Carmarthen

-to buy parts for the garage...

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-..or so he said.

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-Hiya.

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-Are you busy?

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-It's always quiet

-after the New Year celebrations.

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-I have to take a car

-for a test run in an hour.

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-Oh? You want a co-driver, do you?

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-Would you be willing

-to sponsor me, please?

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-Whoa! Hold on! Since when have

-you jumped on the wagon as well?

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-Well, I thought you'd need

-company and moral support.

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-Liar!

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-You're doing it after spending all

-you money on booze over Christmas.

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-I'm raising money for the club.

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-Put me down for 10.

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-Put me down for 10.

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-Yes, me too.

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-You're stealing your father's

-sponsors from under his nose!

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-It's all going into the same pot,

-Dai.

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-Exactly, so first come...

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-Thanks, guys.

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-Oi!

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-The photos aren't that bad.

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-I don't want to keep any of them.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

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-Changing her nappy.

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-I've given her a clean one.

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-I've given her a clean one.

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-We need to do it again.

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-Hey, shush, shush.

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-Give her to me, Gar.

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-Give her to me, Gar.

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-She'll be fine now.

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-She might be hungry.

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-Just pass her to me, Gar.

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-You don't want me to hold her,

-do you?

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-You're like a lioness

-around the place...

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-..refusing to let me get near her.

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-Please, just... Come on.

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-Fine. Fine.

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-If you think I'm not good enough.

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-There you are. Good girl.

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-Good girl.

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-Typical.

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-She doesn't settle with you.

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-She doesn't settle with you.

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-Because you don't let me near her!

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-It's no wonder we never smile.

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-Gar.

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-Oi! What's wrong with you?

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-I hope everything's alright

-with Dani and the baby.

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-Oh, yes. They're fine.

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-I'm the problem.

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-I don't understand.

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-The baby isn't taking to me at all.

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-We're not bonding.

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-I'm trying my best.

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-Dani isn't helping.

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-In what way?

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-She keeps Carol to herself

-all the time...

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-..as if she doesn't trust me

-with her or something.

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-I don't understand it.

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-Something's not right.

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-Don't rush to become a father,

-that's all I'll say.

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-Sheryl and Gethin

-have promised me 10.

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-Put me down for the same.

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-Thank you.

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-Put me down for 50

-in the name of the chip shop.

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-Are you sure? That's very

-generous, Britt. Thank you.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I thought money was tight

-for you and Col.

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-Yes, but it's important

-to support local causes.

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-Hiya. Isn't Chester with you?

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-He's never with me these days.

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-He's never with me these days.

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-Have you quarrelled?

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-He's always at APD.

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-So that's where he's been.

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-Filling his pockets

-instead of doing schoolwork.

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-No, Mam-gu and Uncle David

-are helping him with his homework.

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-Oh, right.

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-A pound, please.

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-Perseverance, that's the secret.

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-You've only been dry

-for three days.

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-That's longer than you've

-ever been on the wagon!

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-But can you stick it out

-and stay dry for, let me see...

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-..the end of January, so 26 days?

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-Listen, if I wanted to, I could

-go without beer for months.

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-As soon as we're 16 years old...

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-..we can leave school, get married,

-pay taxes and join the Army...

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-..but we don't have the right

-to vote.

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-It's disgraceful.

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-Well done.

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-Maybe you should say "ymuno a'r

-fyddin" instead of "join the Army".

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-There's no need to be too formal.

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-Being passionate and genuine

-is what's important...

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-..like me

-and this drinking business.

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-Here we go!

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-Jim, your problem is

-that you're too mean...

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-..to put your hand in your pocket

-for a good cause.

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-Right, then.

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-Here you are.

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-Ten pounds.

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-It's worth it to see you suffer

-for the rest of the month.

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-Oh, hello.

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-So this is where you've been hiding.

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-You always say I should

-get out of bed and work.

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-Well, yes, to do schoolwork.

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-I'm doing that too.

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-I'm trying to give him advice

-for the public speaking exam.

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-And to polish his language

-while we're at it.

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-Are you saying

-we don't speak proper Welsh?

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-Well!

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-Not at all.

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-But why settle

-when it could be better?

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-That exam isn't for weeks.

-The coursework deadline is Monday.

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-Mam, Diane has helped me a lot.

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-It's been a pleasure.

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-I've done my share too.

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-Were you here when you should

-have been at the photo shoot?

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-I don't remember.

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-You've got a Welsh essay to finish.

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-Come home to do it.

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-I'll do it tonight. It's fine.

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-Please.

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-Right, you're grounded, good boy!

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-Fair play, Britt,

-he's been working hard.

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-If you want to be a teacher,

-go and ask Gaynor for a job.

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-Out!

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-Yes.

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-Hiya, Mam. Alright?

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-Yes, good, thank you.

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-Will you do me a favour?

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-Will you email some photos

-of me as a baby, please?

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-No, there's a competition in

-the local paper. They want photos.

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-Thanks, Mam.

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-Have you taken the car?

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-I'm about to go now

-if you want a lift.

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-You're naughty.

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-Congratulations, Gethin.

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-Oh, thanks, thanks.

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-You and Hywel have got

-competition now.

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-Have you been to Carmarthen

-to get the parts, then?

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-Sorry?

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-Ffion said she was hoping you were

-going to buy the ring today.

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-Oh, right. Yes.

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-She'll be very disappointed

-if she has to wait much longer.

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-Are you going shopping, then?

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-I really wanted to see a film today.

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-Sorry, he's not leaving

-until he finishes his schoolwork.

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-You didn't punish Catrin and Aaron

-for being late to the photo shoot.

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-At least they turned up.

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-Can I go out tonight?

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-Maybe tomorrow night,

-if you've done enough work.

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-But you're not going anywhere

-today.

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-Hannah.

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-I'll text you.

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-Do you know where Gethin is?

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-He mentioned going to Carmarthen

-to fetch parts...

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-..but I thought he'd be back

-by now.

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-I hope he's not on the mitch.

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-I thought you were off

-for a few weeks.

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-I'm checking up on you.

-Where are these parts?

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-That was an excuse...

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-..to buy this for you.

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-I hope you like it.

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-It's perfect.

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-I hope it fits,

-that's all I can say.

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-Put it on her finger, then.

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-It's a perfect fit. Thanks, Geth.

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-No turning back now.

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-"Dry January Sponsors.

-Support Cwmderi RFC"

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-Britt, Chester left these behind.

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-That's what he gets for being

-your little slave, is it?

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-Sweets.

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-And his wages.

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-Listen, he came to me

-to ask for help.

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-Yes, well, he's got more important

-homework to finish, Diane.

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-But there's no need to punish him

-for being enthusiastic.

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-He's a natural public speaker.

-You need to encourage him.

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-Oh, you're trying to tell me

-how to raise my own son, are you?

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-Here we go.

-An overreaction as usual.

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-If that's the thanks I get.

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-I'm going to the Deri

-if you fancy coming with me.

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-Oh, sorry, Dai. I forgot.

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-You're not allowed to drink now,

-are you?

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-Can you put me down for 100

-in the shop's name?

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-Hey, I've already given him 10.

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-Thank you very much, Eileen.

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-Thank you very much, Eileen.

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-Yes, fair play.

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-That's twice as much as Britt

-and gave from the chip shop.

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-It's not a competition.

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-It's important to support

-local causes.

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-Exactly and do you know what?

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-I'll make sure the shop

-gets promoted as a sponsor.

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-You're welcome to come with me

-if you fancy an orange juice...

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-..or squash.

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-Most of us have work to do.

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-Do you remember what that is?

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-You're crazy.

-What if your mother sees you?

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-She's too busy.

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-She's too busy.

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-Um...

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-Before you say anything,

-I had to come out.

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-You mean sneak out to see Hannah.

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-I can't work non-stop.

-I need breaks and fresh air.

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-Yes, it's like cabin fever.

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-Have you finished the essay?

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-Have you finished the essay?

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-Well, I've done the plan.

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-I've done loads of notes

-for the coursework.

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-Diane was right,

-you'd make a good politician...

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-..because you can't give

-a straight answer to a question!

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-Mam, we have breaks at school.

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-Alright.

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-Alright, you can have 15 minutes

-every couple of hours.

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-Sense at last.

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-But you're not to go anywhere

-near APD or Bryntirion.

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-Well, if you want to make

-the most of this break...

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-..you'd better hurry up because

-you've only got 10 minutes left.

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-Kids!

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-Oh, the shop is sponsoring

-the club as well, is it?

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-Well, I've given 100.

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-It's important to support

-good causes, isn't it?

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-How many times do I have to say?

-I don't want you up here.

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-I've got a small gift for Carol.

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-You've already given a present.

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-You've already given a present.

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-No. Vicky bought that.

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-But I chose this.

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-But I chose this.

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-I don't want it.

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-Please.

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-I've, um...

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-..had Carol's name

-engraved on it as well.

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Yeah? It's pretty music, isn't it?

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-I didn't want the last one

-and I don't want this either.

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-Do you hear me?

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-So I'll have to bring another gift.

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-She has a right

-to have something from me.

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-She's nothing to do with you!

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-She's nothing to do with you!

-

-That's where you're wrong.

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-I asked Mam to send me

-a photo of me when I was a baby.

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-Look.

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-Look how similar Carol is to me.

-Look!

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-You're seeing what you want to see.

-Where did you get this?

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-She looks more like me than Garry.

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-She looks more like me than Garry.

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-You're fooling yourself!

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-Mam said I had trouble sleeping

-and I always wanted to be fed.

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-That's true of a lot of babies.

-It's a coincidence.

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-You have to go.

-Garry will be back soon.

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-No, I'm not going anywhere...

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-..until we sort this out

-once and for all.

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-So tell me what you want.

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-A DNA test.

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-What do you think you're doing?

-That's my home-brew kit.

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-Yes, I know. I bought it for you.

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-It was supposed to be

-a Christmas present for me.

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-Yes, but don't worry,

-I haven't touched the home-brew kit.

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-I'm just testing the wine.

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-Mathew asked me to make sure

-it's maturing properly.

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-But I haven't swallowed a drop.

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-But the wine was part

-of the present too.

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-So hands off.

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-Fair play, it's shaping up nicely.

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-I'm not stupid, Dad.

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-You've been drinking on the sly,

-haven't you?

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-Well...

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-..just one or maybe two

-small glasses.

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-It doesn't make sense

-that you give up just like that.

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-It's a shock to the system,

-you see.

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-Well, I do agree with you there.

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-Because what we said was

-we'd stop drinking beer.

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-So a small drop of home-made wine

-won't make any difference.

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-No.

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-That's what you were...

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-Hey, listen.

-I wasn't born yesterday!

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-NOISE OUTSIDE

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-Good grief! Did Diane see you

-coming in here, you idiot?

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-No.

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-CAT MEOWS

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-I'm sorry for earlier.

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-I'm expecting a customer

-any minute.

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-I want to see you again, Sher.

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-I want to see you too

-but it's not possible, is it?

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-Ffion's starting back at work

-on Monday.

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-She can show everyone the ring.

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-The flat will be empty all day.

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-Oh, Gethin,

-we're playing with fire here.

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-I don't want anyone to get hurt.

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-No-one will, if we're careful.

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-I'll see you.

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-If a DNA test proves I'm not

-the father, I'll leave you alone.

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-I'm not taking no

-for an answer this time.

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-It's not going to happen, Mathew.

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-It's not going to happen, Mathew.

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-Right.

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-Well...

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-..I'll have to show this

-to Garry then.

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-That's my letter. Give it here.

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-You've confessed everything

-very clearly, fair play.

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-I don't want him to see it.

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-I don't want him to see it.

-

-So why did you write it?

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-I changed my mind, OK.

-He doesn't need to know.

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-He doesn't have to, if the

-test shows I'm not the father.

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-Dan, I have a right to know.

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-Dan, I have a right to know.

-

-Right, OK. Just pass it here.

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-Do you promise?

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-Do you promise?

-

-I promise!

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-Sorry for losing my temper earlier.

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-Sorry for losing my temper earlier.

-

-Kiss and make up, is it?

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-I didn't realize you were here.

-Is everything alright?

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-Yes. Thanks for the flowers.

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-Do you want to hold her

-while I put them in water?

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-Yes.

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-Hey, come here you.

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-There we are. There we are.

-Hey, we're getting better.

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-Aren't we?

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-Let me know the result.

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-Very soon.

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Pa mor bell mae Mathew yn fodlon mynd i gael Dani i gytuno i'w gais? Mae pethau'n poethi yn y garej. How far is Mathew willing to go to get Dani to agree to his request?