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O straeon mawr y byd i'r clecs lleol; bydd digon o straeon i wneud i'ch gwallt droi'n gyrliog! From headlines to local gossip; this week's tales are guaranteed to make your hair...


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-Welcome to the latest soap opera

-where there's plenty of drama...

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-..and colourful stories.

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-All kinds of things

-go on in bathrooms.

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-Plenty of characters are ready

-to digest the week's events.

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-The rich are getting richer,

-the poor are getting poorer.

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-From some direct views

-in Caernarfon.

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-They're dangerous.

-Watch what you're saying.

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-To the tittle tattle of Tregaron.

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-Don't watch a horror movie.

-Just switch the news on.

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-Awkward moments

-on the banks of the Teifi.

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-It's absolutely disgraceful.

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-The stories flow in Aberystwyth.

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-It's like your front room.

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-They think they can speak to you

-about anything.

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-That's OK with me.

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-It's not the size that counts.

-You're all the same size lying down.

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-What goes on tour stays on tour.

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-Talking of being on tour, President

-Trump visited Asia this week.

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-It's been quite a journey for him...

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-..since he was elected president

-precisely a year ago.

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-I read something last week.

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-He's the president who's lost the

-most support during the first year.

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-What's he done in the past year?

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-Lied. Pointed at people.

-He's continually pointing at crowds.

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-He doesn't know anyone in the crowd!

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-I don't know what to say

-about the man.

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-I like him.

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-I think he's fantastic.

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-I think he's like Hitler.

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-We're going to have another war

-between North Korea and America.

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-I really believe that.

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-Trump's in his back yard.

-What do you call him?

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-You say it better than me.

-Kim Jong-Un.

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-It makes him sound like a Thai soup.

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-I went to America and they asked

-if I'd heard of Trump.

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-I said, "Yes, of course I have."

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-They said, "We are so sorry.

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-"We are so embarrassed

-that he is our president."

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-I like him.

-He just does what he wants to do.

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-He's a character

-and he's not politically correct.

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-He's off his head.

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-It's like watching a soap opera.

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-There was more horrific news from

-America at the start of the week.

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-It's so easy to buy a gun

-in America. That's the problem.

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-It's like us

-buying a tin of beans in Tesco.

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-You can walk into a shop

-and buy a gun.

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-Their gun laws are so relaxed,

-so relaxed.

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-There are constant shootings there.

-I heard this morning on the news.

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-They said it's nothing new that

-this many people have been shot.

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-They won't change the gun laws.

-It's like a religion in America.

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-It's big business.

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-It brings a lot of money in.

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-It's high time they did something

-with all these guns.

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-That president is no help at all.

-He wants to keep them.

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-He's off his head.

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-These are difficult times

-for politicians...

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-..on this side of the Atlantic

-with allegations against London MPs.

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-Have you heard about

-the MPs scandal, Margaret?

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-What do you think of them?

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-Well, it's awful really.

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-A lot of women are making complaints

-- where have they been until now?

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-The older generation of women...

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-..they wouldn't have known

-what to do years ago.

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-I think that young women today,

-they're more opinionated.

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-They could sort out the MPs.

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-It's just selling newspapers at the

-moment. It's gone way over the top.

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-You know what they say,

-there's no smoke without fire.

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-Do you trust your MP?

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-Do you trust your MP?

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-Who is it?

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-I don't know either.

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-I don't know either.

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-No idea.

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-On the subject

-of being politically correct...

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-..the words of some nursery

-rhymes aren't suitable any more.

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-In general, children don't learn

-and sing nursery rhymes...

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-..like they used to.

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-I have daughters and grandchildren.

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-I can't remember them

-being taught nursery rhymes.

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-When you say

-black sheep of the family...

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-..our generation

-know what that means.

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-When you're three or four,

-you don't know what that means.

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-You think it's a song.

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-I did them all with my children.

-Humpty Dumpty...

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-..sat on a wall,

-Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

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-All the king's horses

-and all the king's men...

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-..couldn't put Humpty

-together again.

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-Hickory dickory dock.

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-The snake went up the clock.

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-Well, you know,

-it rhymed so it was fine.

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-But now, you wouldn't

-teach your child that.

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-Hickory dickory dock.

-The snake ran down the clock.

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-You know?

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-Wee Willy Winkie

-ran through the town.

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-Upstairs and downstairs

-in his nightgown.

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-Looking through the keyhole,

-crying at the lock.

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-Are the children in their bed?

-It's past eight o'clock.

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-Jack and Jill. It needs to be

-Jack and Jack. Jack and Jake.

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-Jill and Janet. Jill and Jane.

-Because now...

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-No-one knows them now.

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-The mothers are looking

-at the blinkin' Facebook.

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-They say that people

-between the ages of 16 and 24...

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-..they don't talk because they're

-texting, they live on their phones.

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-In our house, for example...

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-..three children,

-myself and my wife...

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-..at times, we're all sat down

-staring at a screen.

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-There's no conversation at all.

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-Before now, I've had my son

-text me from upstairs...

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-..asking me to bring him a drink.

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-Sending me a text -

-not shouting downstairs.

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-He sent me a text.

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-It's our fault.

-We buy them the phones.

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-We buy the Xbox, we buy everything.

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-And then we're like...

-They're on them constantly.

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-No-one talks at home,

-we don't gather at the supper table.

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-When do people talk?

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-It's quite sad.

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-In YFC, every Monday night...

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-..the youngsters are Snapchatting

-on their phones.

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-They're all in the same room.

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-They're Snapchatting

-and on Facebook Messenger.

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-Ask them to do

-some public speaking...

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-..a really good skill

-for the future...

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-..a necessary skill if you want

-a good job, great for confidence...

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-..they're like,

-"No way, I'm not doing it."

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-Oh, my God. Why? Why? They're

-missing out on social skills.

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-They don't say a thing.

-They're just like this.

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-I look at them. Instead of talking,

-they send things to each other.

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-If I say something, they swish swish

-swish and then there's a loud laugh.

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-"He said something funny."

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-The wi-fi wasn't working.

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-Oh, my God. They went mad.

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-"Wi-fi! There's no wi-fi.

-We need wi-fi!"

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-I never phone, I text. Every time.

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-It's sad.

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-We go out for food

-and we're all on our phones.

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-It's such a pity.

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-Texts are handy,

-say if I'm stuck on the A55...

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-..and I'm expected to be home.

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-Or when I'm shopping in town

-and I receive a text.

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-"Will you buy some tomatoes too."

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-When you text someone,

-they can read it the wrong way.

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-If you're on the phone,

-you know exactly how someone feels.

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-It's the tone of voice.

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-When we were children,

-we'd phone or meet up.

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-These days, it's a different age.

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-I remember when we were young,

-you'd head to town...

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-..if your mates weren't on Wal Hwrs,

-if they weren't there...

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-..they were outside the youth club.

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-If they weren't there,

-you'd just go home.

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-With the youngsters,

-if they have problems...

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-..the problems become worse

-because they can't talk about it.

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-They don't know how to deal with it.

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-The world's becoming quieter.

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-You're right.

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-No matter where you are,

-everyone's checking their phones.

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-That's true enough.

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-They don't talk to you.

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-There was a report this week

-claiming that men, on average...

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-..spent a year of their lives

-in the bathroom.

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-A year? 365 days?

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-A year!

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-A year!

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-Never, never, no.

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-Depends what I've eaten.

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-In and out, Margaret. How about you?

-In, out, job done.

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-I get up in the morning,

-I make myself some toast.

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-I go for a walk. I shout up

-to Anwen, "Anwen, ready?"

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-I've had a shave and a sh...

-and a wash this morning.

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-You had a wash too?

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-Under the armpits!

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-Lovely.

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-I make all my big decisions

-in the bathroom.

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-On the toilet, making big decisions.

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-Some people go to yoga,

-I go to the toilet.

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-Simple.

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-Are you in there long?

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-Yes. Just to get

-some peace and quiet.

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-You're just standing there...?

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-Reading, on my phone.

-Checking the news on the phone.

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-Apps, YouTube. I'll take

-a magazine like Farmers Weekly.

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-Really?

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-We have FaceTime every Sunday

-morning to discuss the night before.

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-You and Carys?

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-She has FaceTime with me

-from there too.

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-She'll say, "Oh, I just farted."

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-I do!

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-These days, a lot of people

-have hot tubs in their bathrooms.

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-I think that's why they're there

-for a year.

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-Do they have hot tubs?

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-Do they have hot tubs?

-

-In bathrooms.

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-All kinds of things

-happen in bathrooms.

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-I was at the Tregaron Races and I

-was enjoying myself with the girls.

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-I went to the toilet, a Portaloo,

-to do my business.

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-As I pulled my trousers up...

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-..I could hear this fight going on.

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-One lad hit the Portaloo with such

-a force the Portaloo toppled over.

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-Carys went down with it.

-I was drenched.

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-I haven't been back to a Portaloo

-ever since.

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-In the caravan,

-I sit on the toilet...

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-..shave and brush my teeth

-at the same time.

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-They say men can't multi-task.

-You can.

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-Do you read a newspaper?

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-I read a newspaper

-and then I use it in the toilet...

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-..when I'm done!

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-The Daily Post and the Western Mail

-are the best.

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-It's thin, soft paper.

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-I don't like the Telegraph.

-It shines. Good for nothing.

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-He's there for hours.

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-He's there for hours.

-

-He doesn't know how to text.

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-Sorry!

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-It's time for a bathroom break.

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-We're back after the break

-to chew the cud.

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-No way.

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-We'll have to

-tread carefully though.

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-Oh, my God. Almost bloody fell.

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-Hello, 3N Gwallt.

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-It's been a busy week in the salon.

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-This group of cooks from Port

-Talbot won't have to work again...

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-..after scooping 25m

-on the Lottery.

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-Did you hear about those women

-from Neath? They won 25m.

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-A syndicate.

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-A syndicate.

-

-A syndicate. Fantastic.

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-Do you do the Lottery?

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-I've never bought a lottery ticket.

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-Never?

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-Never?

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-No.

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-I do the Euro Lottery if it's

-a big rollover. 50m+ or 100m.

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-The only thing that money does,

-it gives you a sense of freedom...

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-..security, really...

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-..but it doesn't make you happy.

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-You have to be happy in yourself.

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-My sister, years ago,

-do you know Haf...

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-..she actually didn't try

-the Lottery, that's the point...

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-..the children were young...

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-..and she'd chosen

-her six numbers...

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-..and she was going to buy a ticket

-from Smiths...

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-..but because the kids

-were screaming, she didn't go.

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-The numbers came up.

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-Oh, no.

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-One of my customers,

-I was cutting her hair...

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-..and she invited me up for tea.

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-She'd bought a new caravan.

-She had a win on the Lottery.

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-I haven't been up for tea yet.

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-Her caravan is stunning,

-I've seen photos.

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-She bought a caravan?

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-She tipped me 2.

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-Are you serious?

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-I'm working in the Elan Valley

-on a lottery project...

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-..which is about to begin.

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-We've had 1.8m there.

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-Do you know what? It's just unreal

-to think what you would do with it.

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-I don't like boats but I'd still

-buy a yacht because I could.

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-Not that you need a yacht

-but because you can.

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-I'd spend it just like that.

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-On what?

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-On what?

-

-Concrete. And sheds.

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-Concrete? And sheds?

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-I'd buy a yacht, a posh yacht.

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-Diamonds for sure.

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-Diamonds for sure.

-

-Nose job.

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-A cruise around the world.

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-You're retiring next year.

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-But I haven't won the Lottery.

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-You might have.

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-You might have.

-

-I could buy Cardigan Castle!

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-A chance to live like a king.

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-You'd think that the Queen

-would have a few quid.

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-It became apparent that Her Majesty

-and some familiar faces...

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-..had stashed their cash

-in the Caymans...

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-..where tax rules are more relaxed.

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-Do you have an offshore account?

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-Do you have an offshore account?

-

-Yes, several.

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-Have you heard about this tax thing

-with Lewis Hamilton and the Queen?

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-That's naughty.

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-It's disgraceful.

-To be honest, it's disgraceful.

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-The Queen for starters. I don't

-think she knows what's going on.

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-Having said that, the people

-who advise her, who are they?

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-They all have an account

-in the Caymans.

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-The Queen's such a great money

-launderer, her face is on the notes!

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-She can get away with it.

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-Miss Queenie. Someone's hidden

-the Queen's money abroad.

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-Good thinking, I say.

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-I give my money to my missus.

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-That's it,

-I don't see it after that.

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-The missus is your Cayman Islands.

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-Once I give it to the missus,

-there you go, that's it, mate.

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-Lewis Hamilton earns more money

-than he'll ever spend.

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-He's trying to avoid paying VAT.

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-He got 3.3m back

-for his helicopter.

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-That's VAT.

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-He bought a helicopter

-for so much.

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-Obviously there was VAT

-to pay for it.

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-He's claimed 3.3m back in VAT

-for the helicopter.

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-How many nurses would that pay for?

-It's disgraceful.

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-During Children In Need, people

-donate money they can't afford.

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-Rich people don't lift a finger to

-help the country. It makes me angry.

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-Hey, what I heard last week,

-that woman's stashed millions away.

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-She says she didn't know.

-Of course she knew.

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-Her and that duke have been spending

-money and they make great profits.

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-I was in Halen Mon three weeks ago -

-do you know where that is?

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-They get salt from the Menai...

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-..and they have to pay a tax

-to the Queen...

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-..for every gallon of water

-that comes in from the river...

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-..because she owns the river.

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-She gets everything.

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-That money ends up in the Cayman

-Islands and she pays no tax on it.

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-She's there parading in her bikini.

-Does she still wear a bikini?

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-It's Remembrance Sunday

-this weekend.

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-An opportunity to pay tribute

-to those who died in battle.

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-Are you going to the hall

-for Remembrance Sunday?

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-I don't go to the hall,

-I go up to Bont, to the memorial.

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-We have a service next

-to the memorial on Sunday morning.

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-Really, Margaret?

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-Every Remembrance Sunday, 10.45am.

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-We're all ready by 11.00am then.

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-It's very important for the men

-and women who gave their lives...

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-..to make sure we were free.

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-It's really important to remember.

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-People sacrificed their lives

-to give us freedom today.

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-That's what I think.

-People will remember that.

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-Definitely.

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-Will you attend poppy day?

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-Will you attend poppy day?

-

-Definite.

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-Definite. Every year.

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-I have two brothers in the Army.

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-Some people say

-that the country does too much...

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-..about the... because they...

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-Without them,

-we'd be speaking German.

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-Yeah.

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-If they hadn't, you know...

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-If they hadn't, you know...

-

-If we hadn't won.

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-The world would be

-a different place.

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-I'm against war.

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-Someone with half a brain

-shouldn't want war.

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-At the end of the day,

-you're killing people.

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-No-one wants that.

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-But if someone attacks you...

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-..it's fantastic to have

-someone there to stand up for us...

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-..to allow us to live as we do now.

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-Remembrance Sunday

-is close to my heart.

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-I lost my brother

-on Remembrance Sunday.

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-Eleventh of the eleventh.

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-I remember it, I celebrate it.

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-We remember him.

-It wasn't linked to war.

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-I think everyone should support...

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-Yeah, it's a good cause.

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-I didn't realise it was on that day.

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-Eleventh of the eleventh.

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-It was eleven minutes past eleven.

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-Crazy. Yes, I know.

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-I've visited Hedd Wyn's home,

-Yr Ysgwrn in Traws.

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-What I noticed,

-we talk about Hedd Wyn...

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-..but around 30 lads from Traws

-were killed during that war.

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-Lads from Llanberis died.

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-Villages lost half their men.

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-Another event is being held

-this weekend.

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-The Cerdd Dant Festival

-is in Llandysul.

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-Is it everyone's cup of tea?

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-Ooh, are you going

-to the dancing dance festival?

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-The Cerdd Dant Festival?

-No. I do go sometimes.

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-I wasn't allowed

-in the cerdd dant party at school.

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-That's probably because

-I didn't understand what it was.

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-I didn't realise that the Cerdd Dant

-Festival was in Llandysul.

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-I didn't know it was a thing.

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-You know what cerdd dant is.

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-You know what cerdd dant is.

-

-Yes. Ffa-la-la, ffa-la-la.

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-It's like singing.

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-There's a lot

-of harp playing involved.

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-I remember Ryan Davies,

-Ryan a Ronnie.

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-He sang cerdd dant

-on telly years ago.

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-Mam liked Ryan.

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-Dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun.

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-# Thirteen ships set sail to sea

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-# Early one morning from the quay

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-Is the harp a piano? Or this?

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-No, the grand harp with strings.

-Like the one I have.

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-So it's not a piano. Clever.

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-It's like Marmite.

-You either like it or you don't.

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-I liked singing in the choir.

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-If you couldn't sing,

-you'd hide at the back.

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-I hid in the back.

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-The harp plays a tune.

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-That's not what you sing.

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-You sing a very different tune.

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-# Captain of this brave old fleet

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-# Away he goes to set foot

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-# On a land that man has never seen

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-It's good.

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-It's important to keep it going.

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-It's not the same as singing hymns.

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-It's the same style.

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-No. You know the harp?

-Am I right here?

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-It's like singing off tune

-to the music.

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-I'm not sure. I'm...

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-I don't know a lot about it,

-to be honest.

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-I did 23 years of cerdd dant

-in Ysgol Twm O'r Nant.

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-Leah Owen was there,

-Eirlys Dwyryd, Gwyneth Ann Roberts.

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-They spoke in cerdd dant!

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-In cerdd dant, you wear a long,

-frilly Laura Ashley dress...

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-..and you go around the school...

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-# Duh, duh #

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-The harp follows you around

-playing a different tune.

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-# See old Madog brave his chest

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-# As captain of the ship is dressed

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-# Go he is to put his foot

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-# Where never before a foot was put

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-# This is a venture very brave

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-# And God will hold him

-from wave to wave #

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-And on that note, we'll bid you

-farewell for another week.

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-Goodnight.

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