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-Ssh, come on now.

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-Hey.

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-The delivery needs a signature.

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-Um, well,

-I was going to have a lie-down.

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-She was up all night, so...

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-That's not my fault.

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-The bloke isn't going

-to wait all day. Hurry up.

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-You're Dadi's sweetheart,

-aren't you?

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-And no chip shop today,

-do you hear?

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-Yes. Come straight back, OK?

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-Yes. Come straight back, OK?

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-Yes, well, that was my fault.

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-Listen to what DJ tells you now.

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-Listen to what DJ tells you now.

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-Mam, I'm almost an adult.

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-He drove quite well the other day,

-fair play to him.

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-Young men have more car accidents

-than anyone else.

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-Mam, chill! OK?

-You heard DJ. I'm class.

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-Of course you are!

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-Don't worry, Britt.

-I'll look after him.

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-He's still my baby, you see.

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-He's still my baby, you see.

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-Mam!

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-It's a big step for them,

-learning to drive.

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-Sorry, Jim. I wasn't thinking.

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-Quite right. It's nice to see them

-enjoying themselves.

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-What are you doing here?

-You're supposed to be working.

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-I've got a right to have a break.

-Workers' rights.

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-Workers' rights indeed! You won't

-have those once we leave the EU!

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-I'm coming as fast as I can.

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-I'm coming as fast as I can.

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-You should employ more workers.

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-If we don't finish

-this job on time...

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-..we won't be able to employ Jim,

-never mind more workers.

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-If we had extra workers

-we'd do the job in half the time.

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-Exactly. But you always know best,

-don't you?

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-Listen, take as long a break

-as you want. Don't listen to him.

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-No. It's alright.

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-The milk in this tea

-has soured all of a sudden.

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-Don't move those. They're much

-too heavy. I'll do it later.

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes. You've been up all night.

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-Yes. You've been up all night.

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-OK.

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-Are you going to tell me

-what's going on?

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-There's nothing to say.

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-Where did you go? Gwern couldn't

-understand what was going on.

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-That's why I came back.

-I didn't want to hurt him.

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-Are you going to stay?

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-Of course I am.

-I've got a business to run.

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-Good.

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-Good.

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-What about...

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-What about her?

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-Is she staying as well?

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-Is she staying as well?

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-Why not?

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-So you've forgiven her, have you?

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-Life's too short to bear a grudge.

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-There we are. You know best.

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-BUZZER

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-Hello?

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-Yes, come up.

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-Hey.

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-Hey.

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-Hiya.

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-I was thinking,

-if you wanted to...

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-Sorry, you're busy.

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-Hey, tattoos. Cool.

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-Home-made tattoos.

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-Are you going to do one yourself?

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-One of my friends

-gave herself tattoo.

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-It was supposed to be a rifle but

-it looked more like a caterpillar!

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-It was infected so he had it

-removed by laser in the end.

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-It cost him a fortune.

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-At least it'll look different.

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-Well, if you want a new look,

-you could always get a piercing.

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-There are heaps of different ones.

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-I saw a really cool one

-the other day.

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-Look.

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-That's nice.

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-It would suit you.

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-Really?

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-Yes. If you don't like it

-you can just pull it out.

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-It's easier than a laser!

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-Coffee, please. Thanks.

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-Here you are.

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-A bottle of milk, please.

-They've run out in the shop.

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-You're still here, are you?

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-I've got every right.

-I haven't done anything wrong.

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-Apart from cause trouble.

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-I didn't start it.

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-Tell that to Garry. Thanks, love.

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-Good grief, it's getting more

-like mafia wives here every day.

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-Have you finished

-with that newspaper?

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-Yes.

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-You're intending

-to stay around here, are you?

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-If I can find a job.

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-Haven't you cleared those yet?

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-The customers will trip over them.

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-But you said...

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-But you said...

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-Sorry to interrupt.

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-A little something for the baby.

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes.

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-Carol was up all night

-so I'm a bit...

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-You shouldn't be working.

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-When the baby sleeps, the mother

-should sleep. That's the rule.

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-That's what I said to her,

-but you know Dani.

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-She won't listen.

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-Can I go up and see her?

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-Um, well...

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-I won't wake her.

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-Of course. Thanks, Diane.

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-I've been trying to get Dani

-to go and have a cuppa for a while.

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-So there we are.

-You heard the boss. Come on.

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-She's in the cot over there.

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-She's a sweetie.

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-She's so beautiful.

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-I won't disturb her.

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-Go and sit down.

-I'll make us a cuppa.

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-No, it's fine.

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-No, it's fine.

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-Sit down. I'll find everything.

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-You should be in bed.

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-There's a lot to do, you know.

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-And is Garry doing his share?

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-Yes. Yes, he's great with her.

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-And how is he with you?

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-It's none of my business, I know.

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-But Garry doesn't forgive easily,

-does he?

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-We're fine.

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-There's nothing wrong.

-I'm just tired, that's all.

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-You know how it is with a new baby.

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-Pull in here for a moment.

-I drank too much tea this morning.

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-Remember what I said.

-Mirror, signal, manoeuvre.

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-Very smooth, fair play to you.

-You're a natural.

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-Yes, well,

-I can't wait to get my own car.

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-You'll need a job to pay for it.

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-It costs a fortune to run a car,

-with tax, insurance and everything.

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-But I'm going to get a black box.

-It's cheaper then.

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-So you've got it all planned, I see.

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-Right. Well, I won't be long now.

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-OK.

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-Chester! What are you doing?

-Come back!

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-Chester! Stop!

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-Ah, right! Don't ever say

-I don't listen to you. OK?

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-Jim will show you the ropes.

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-What's this?

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-A helping hand.

-It's what you wanted.

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-I don't want his help.

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-I don't want his help.

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-Fine. I'm going.

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-No, wait.

-He's young and experienced.

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-Yes, experienced at home-wrecking!

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-Yes, experienced at home-wrecking!

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-That wasn't my fault.

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-Dai, thanks but no thanks.

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-Dai, thanks but no thanks.

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-I'll be fine on my own.

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-Don't be silly now, boys.

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-Look, you need help.

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-You haven't cleared half the stuff

-yet and Mathew wants a job.

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-He's young and strong.

-He can do the heavy work.

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-We'll finish

-the job in half the time...

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-..which means people

-will be able to enjoy...

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-..their patatas fritas

-and Spanish omelettes earlier.

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-Jim?

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-Just stay out of my way, right?

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-Where have you been?

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-What do you think you're doing?

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-What do you think you're doing?

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-Sorry, I couldn't help it.

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-Well, your driving

-lessons are over.

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-No, it was only a joke.

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-A joke!

-You can't drive off on your own.

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-What if the police had stopped you?

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-What if the police had stopped you?

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-I didn't go far.

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-I don't care. Give me the keys.

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-Please, DJ. You know

-I wouldn't do anything dangerous.

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-You said yourself I was a careful

-driver. What are you doing?

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-You're walking home

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-But it's miles.

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-But it's miles.

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-It'll give you time to think.

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-Please, don't.

-Don't mess around now.

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-Please, don't. No.

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-It looks great.

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-You don't think it's too much,

-do you?

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-No. It suits you.

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-I'm glad you didn't try

-to give yourself a tattoo.

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-So am I.

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-I only wanted

-to do something different.

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-I noticed this morning

-you weren't quite your usual self.

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-Chester?

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-Just, sometimes...

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-..everything's about him.

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-Yes. He loves being

-the centre of attention.

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-Try being his sister!

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-Try being his sister!

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-Yes, at least I can walk away.

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-You're not thinking

-of splitting up, are you?

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-No.

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-Good...

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-..because it's really nice

-having you around.

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-You're like a big sister to me.

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-Listen, the next time Chester

-gets on your nerves...

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-..come to me

-and we can scream together.

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-Deal?

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-You're not holding

-a Valentine's night, are you?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-It's a bit awkward.

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-Valentine's night

-is a good chance to make a profit.

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-Yes, I agree.

-We could have pink cocktails.

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-Men don't like pink cocktails.

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-Well, I think it's a good idea.

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-Garry knows what he's doing.

-It's his business.

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-I thought they were a couple.

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-Actually,

-I hadn't really thought it through.

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-We could have cocktails

-for the men. Equal rights.

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-Why not?

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-Yes, well,

-if you ever want some help...

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-..with Carol,

-just pick up the phone.

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-She's got a family to help her.

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-Let me know if you need any help...

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-Let me know if you need any help...

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-There's no need.

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-We'll manage.

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-Dani and I make a good team,

-don't we?

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-Take this to the printers.

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-Then take them around town.

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-GLASS SMASHES

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-What's going on here?

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-It was my fault.

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-I thought I told you to stay away.

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-Yes, well, I don't have to listen

-to you, do I?

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-Is there a problem?

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-Is there a problem?

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-He's caused some damage to my pub.

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-It was only a couple of glasses.

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-Get him out of here before I finish

-the job I started in Y Felin.

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-Listen, I don't tell you

-who to employ in there...

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-..so don't tell me who to employ.

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-I'll pay for the glasses.

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-Keep him out of my sight

-or you'll regret it.

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-Can't you stay out of trouble?

-I wonder if you're worth the bother.

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-We've done a lot today.

-It's much quicker with two.

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-You've changed your tune,

-haven't you?

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-Right, no more of this nonsense

-or you'll be out.

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-Thanks.

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-You didn't have to take

-the blame for the glasses.

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-Yes, well,

-Garry hates me so I might as well.

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-Hiya.

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-Hello, Hannah.

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-What's that in your nose?

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-A piercing.

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-You didn't tell me

-you were getting a piercing.

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-I only decided this morning.

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-Did you know about this?

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-Well, I suggested it but...

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-And you didn't think

-to tell me first.

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-Why should she?

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-Because I'm your mother.

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-You're exactly

-like your grandmother...

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-..poking your nose

-into our family's business.

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-We'll see what Diane has to say

-about this now.

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-Please, DJ.

-I've learnt my lesson, I swear.

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-Good. You won't make

-the same mistake with anyone else.

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-But I don't have anyone else

-to teach me.

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-What's happened?

-You haven't had an accident!

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-This one here thought

-he was being funny.

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-Driving off on his own

-and leaving me in a lay-by.

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-It was only a bit of fun.

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-I knew the car park

-was round the corner. I'm sorry.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Who's that now?

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-Right, look at this.

-Look at her nose.

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-You can't march in here

-as if you own the place.

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-Your granddaughter did this.

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-Your granddaughter did this.

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-No, I wanted it.

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-She should know better.

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-I'm sure it wasn't Hannah's idea.

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-Yes, it was actually.

-But she wanted a tattoo.

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-Tattoo?

-I suppose that was your idea.

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-No. That's the problem

-with your family.

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-Always interfering

-in everybody's lives.

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-That's the thanks I get

-for persuading DJ to teach Chester.

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-It's the last time I'm doing that.

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-It's the last time I'm doing that.

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-What?

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-He thought it was funny

-to drive off on his own.

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-Oh, come on, Chester. Idiot!

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-Well, he didn't hurt anyone

-unlike Catrin. Look at her.

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-Maybe if you were

-a better mother...

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-..your children wouldn't

-behave like this.

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-You Monks are the same.

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-I don't know what kind of future

-Carol will have.

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-Right.

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-Chester, Catrin.

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-I've been thinking of a few ideas

-for St Valentine's Day.

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-A quiz.

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-What? A romantic quiz?

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-Yes.

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-Yes, yes.

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-You can have questions like...

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-..who's stupid enough to think

-it will be alright after an affair?

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-It wasn't an affair.

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-It wasn't an affair.

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-I don't want to hear.

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-The sheet's wet.

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-Her nappy needs to be changed.

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-I've just done it.

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-I've just done it.

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-She's a baby.

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-That's what they do.

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-Are you thick or what?

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-By the way...

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-..we need to change her name.

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-What?

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-I don't like the name Carol.

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-We haven't discussed this.

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-There's no need.

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-What are we going to call her?

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-What are we going to call her?

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-Anything.

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-Anything

-but the name Mathew gave her.

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-You'd better start thinking.

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-This isn't fair.

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-This isn't fair.

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-Isn't it?

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-Well, if you don't like it...

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-..you know where the door is.

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Mae DJ yn dechrau difaru cytuno i roi gwersi gyrru i Chester! A fydd Jim yn hapus gyda'i gyd-weithiwr newydd? DJ starts to regret agreeing to give Chester driving lessons.


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