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Pa hanesion fydd gan y cwsmeriaid i'w rhannu'r wythnos hon wrth fwynhau paned a 'perm'? What stories will the clients be sharing this week as enjoy a catch up and a perm?


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-Hello, Cath.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-There's plenty of groaning

-in Y Salon this week.

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-Straight up.

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-What do you feed it?

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-Everyone has a view

-about the week's events.

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-No-one's looking after pensioners.

-They're leaving you out to rot.

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-If you can't afford it,

-don't buy it. Simple.

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-They call it Great Britain. I don't

-think it is a Great Britain now.

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-At the beginning of the week,

-there was plenty of love.

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-There's a National Hello Day

-this week. Hello!

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-Have you said hello to everyone?

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-Have you said hello to everyone?

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-You always do, Mared.

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-I saw Mother this morning.

-I said hello.

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-Was it after the Yom Kippur War?

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-I have no idea!

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-1973.

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-It had been a terrible war.

-A lot of people were killed.

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-Someone, I don't know who, decided

-to introduce a National Hello Day...

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-..to show it was better to talk

-to people than fight them.

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-Do you say hello to people?

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-No. I hate it.

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-Saying hello to people you know

-is different.

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-I don't just say hello to anyone.

-People will think I'm deranged.

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-Wales is a welcoming nation.

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-Carys' sister lives in London.

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-She says don't say hello to anyone.

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-She says don't say hello to anyone.

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-Don't say hello to anyone?

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-Put your head down

-and do your own thing.

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-I went on the tube and I'd sat next

-to this bloke for five minutes.

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-By then, I should have known

-everything about him.

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-"Hello!" He was like, "Hey."

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-"How's was your day?" "Good."

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-Had that been in Wales...

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-..you'd have known the colour

-of his pants in five minutes.

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-Guaranteed you would have been

-related to him.

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-Exactly.

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-You can lift someone's spirits

-just by saying hello...

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-..and giving them a smile.

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-It's Black Friday week.

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-An opportunity to bag a bargain?

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-Or push yourself

-further into the red?

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-I don't know if it's worth it.

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-Things are so expensive anyway.

-There's a high price on everything.

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-I've had emails telling me

-about the bargains of the day.

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-They don't start Friday,

-they started on Monday.

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-It's a farce.

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-If you can buy bargains now

-for Christmas, it's worth it.

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-I've avoided it for years.

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-I don't go anywhere near the shops

-because you hear so many stories.

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-This year, because it's online for

-a fortnight with some retailers...

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-..I've been on

-and I've saved a blinkin' bomb.

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-People like a good sale.

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-I haven't bought anything yet

-but I have a list.

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-A few things have tickled my fancy.

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-This is just another American thing.

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-This is just another American thing.

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-You can easily be conned.

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-I've been to America.

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-On Black Friday.

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-What a palaver.

-Goodness me, what a palaver.

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-People killing each other!

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-Killing each other over tongs

-and a washing machine.

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-Goodness me. It was the day after

-they'd celebrated Thanksgiving!

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-They were murdering one another.

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-They were murdering one another.

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-Killing one another for a toaster.

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-The shops are mental.

-I don't want to get into a fight.

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-Have you seen them? They're crazy.

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-I remember going somewhere

-for Black Friday.

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-There were tellies on sale

-and people sprinted to get them.

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-Someone got trampled.

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-Someone got trampled.

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-It happened in Asda, didn't it?

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-People got knocked out.

-There were police there.

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-Fisticuffs, the blinkin' lot.

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-Put it this way, Mared, I wouldn't

-queue for hours for a television.

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-I wouldn't trample on anyone for it.

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-I wouldn't trample on anyone for it.

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-Our lifestyles have gone...

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-..so much bigger

-because we think we can afford it...

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-..but it's paid by credit card.

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-Why have a credit card? If you can't

-afford it, don't buy it. Simple.

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-Living costs were on everyone's

-minds earlier in the week...

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-..as the Chancellor

-announced his Budget.

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-He looks smart but what comes out

-of his mouth isn't suitable at all.

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-What did you get out of the Budget?

-There was nothing for pensioners.

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-No-one's looking after pensioners.

-They're leaving you out to rot.

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-D'you know your grocery shop?

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-I used to spend 40-50...

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-..and I'd have a basket of groceries

-to last me a week.

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-These days, I pop into Spar

-for a loaf of bread and I spend 50.

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-It's the same with petrol

-and diesel. It's gone up again.

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-I stopped off at Morrisons

-to buy petrol. It's gone up again.

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-If the price of petrol rises,

-the price of food will rise...

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-..to offset the rise

-in petrol prices.

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-There's a knock-on effect.

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-Prices are rising. On the whole,

-everything's more expensive.

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-The price of food has risen.

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-I don't mind that as long as farmers

-get more for their produce.

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-I don't think they do.

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-They call it Great Britain. I don't

-think it is a Great Britain now.

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-The Chancellor has earmarked money

-for investment in driverless cars.

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-The idea has driven

-a few of our customers up the wall.

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-You have to sit in it?

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-It drives itself.

-You won't need a licence.

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-It's a robot.

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-Would you trust them, Mared?

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-Not around here. Hallelujah.

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-Not around here. Hallelujah.

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-We'd have more accidents.

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-They couldn't cope in rural areas.

-What if a cow crossed the road?

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-Would you sit in one of them?

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-Listen now, I'll tell you.

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-If you'd been in a car with my

-husband, you'd choose one of those.

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-They say we'll have

-self-driving cars.

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-I'd be dangerous in one of those.

-I have no sense of direction.

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-I don't know my left from my right.

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-Would you trust a self-driving car?

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-Would you trust a self-driving car?

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-No way. I like a gearbox.

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-I like an accelerator.

-I like driving.

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-I prefer an automatic.

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-I prefer an automatic.

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-I thought you might, darling.

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-I prefer an easy ride.

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-You don't need a driving licence

-with these new cars.

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-Do you think youngsters passing

-their test at 17 is too young?

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-It depends on the person, really.

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-When I was 17, I had no sense!

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-I think they should raise the age

-when you can pass your test.

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-You see some of them driving...

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-..they think they know everything

-but they don't.

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-They do the bongo-bongos in the car

-and the music's flat out.

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-That disrupts your concentration.

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-It depends what you're like

-when you're 17.

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-You have some boy racers

-who are just driving around wildly.

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-Then you have me, a sensible driver,

-really good and I haven't passed.

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-That's not your fault,

-it's not your fault.

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-You see some youngsters now, they're

-better drivers than the elderly.

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-If 17-year-olds are criticised,

-then elderly drivers should be too.

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-You lack experience as a youngster

-but things change when you're older.

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-Eyesight is important. Can I have

-that straightened please?

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-Should people be retaking their test

-when they're older?

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-Nain drove until she was 86. 86!

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-Don't go there, especially

-at my age. I'd have to retake it.

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-You'd never pass it.

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-I don't think I would, no.

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-You'd never, no, no.

-I think you should all retake it.

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-Mami drives.

-She's 77, no problem at all.

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-I think everyone should retake

-their test every 10 years.

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-I agree. Things can change.

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-I'm sure I'd fail my test now.

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-I'm sure I'd fail my test now.

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-I'd fail the year after passing.

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-Talking of tests, I'm A Celebrity

-is back on our screens.

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-It's obvious that the idea

-of eating testicles and anuses...

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-..isn't to everyone's liking.

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-She said the anus tasted like

-chicken. That would be OK.

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-Would you like a bushtucker trial?

-Here we go.

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-If you like these...

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-I don't want to eat those. Go away!

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-Oh, God.

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-What was that?

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-These are crickets.

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-Hot?

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-Hot?

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-No.

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-My gosh, yes.

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-Take a drink.

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-Hot!

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-Hot!

-

-Is it hot?

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-That's nice.

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-We'll be eating these

-after the Budget.

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-Oh, my God.

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-That's disgusting.

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-What's the worst thing

-you've ever put in your mouth?

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-I'm fussy. I'm very particular

-about what goes in my mouth.

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-Worms.

-There was a recipe with worms.

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-A recipe with worms?

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-It was disgusting.

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-I once ate a tadpole.

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-A tadpole?!

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-Frog's legs.

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-Frog's legs.

-

-Done it.

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-What?!

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-Slugs?

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-Slugs?

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-Snails, not slugs!

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-What does a snail taste like?

-Crunchy?

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-No, soft and slimy.

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-As you'd expect a snail to be.

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-What's the worst thing

-you've put in your mouth?

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-Michael Portillo.

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-What's the worst thing you've eaten?

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-Salad.

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-I've had shark fin soup.

-That is cruel.

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-Nia, what's wrong with you?

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-I ate a frog in Aberporth.

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-A frog in Aberporth?

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-It was on the menu.

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-Plenty of delicacies on the menu

-after the break.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Drink some water.

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-Drink some water.

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-Don't. Here we go.

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-Welcome back.

-A feast awaits you in Part 2.

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-One woman cooked a different meal

-every day of the year...

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-..for her children.

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-365 different plates of food

-for her children.

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-Fair play.

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-Fair play to her?

-She's bonkers doing such a thing.

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-Goodness gracious.

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-In our house,

-the choice is take it or leave it.

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-"That's what you're having. Eat it."

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-She has too much time on her hands.

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-Would you do that, Maggi?

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-Would you do that, Maggi?

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-Gracious me, no.

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-It's easy to see

-how people just get into a rut.

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-We're just so stressed,

-going from one thing to the next.

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-Going to work, coming home,

-not having enough time.

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-You'd choose the easy option

-and put something in the oven.

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-My kids are fussy.

-We had a roast dinner yesterday.

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-No sprouts, no broccoli,

-no cauliflower cheese.

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-They're all different.

-I'm thinking about my shop tonight.

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-I'm trying to work out

-what I need for the week.

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-They don't eat pizzas,

-they don't eat frozen food...

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-..I do cook from scratch.

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-One doesn't eat pork, one doesn't

-eat a certain kind of sausage.

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-It's just a hassle.

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-Children are having hip replacements

-because they're so fat. Children.

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-Children?

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-Children?

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-Jammie Dodgers and crisps first.

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-Then people can't work out

-why children are the size they are.

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-You see them around the place...

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-..fat children

-and they're only two years old.

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-What have they eaten?

-KFC for two years?

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-Whose fault is it? Tell me.

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-Whose fault is it?

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-Whose fault is it?

-

-Mam and Dad.

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-When they're cooking in school,

-they make muffins.

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-There's no meal planning, planning

-to get a meal ready on time.

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-That doesn't happen anymore.

-I'm not surprised we have problems.

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-Do you eat healthily?

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-I try, but you have to have

-a Chinese on Saturdays.

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-Chinese is your favourite?

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-Dirty burger.

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-Dirty burger.

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-A large dirty burger.

-It's packed with cheese.

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-The fat's dripping off your chin.

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-That's what you like.

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-I love it.

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-There was some sad news

-about the death of '70s pop star...

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-..David Cassidy.

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-Beautiful David Cassidy.

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-Who was he then?

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-Who was he then?

-

-A lovely singer.

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-He sang lovely songs.

-All the youngsters liked him.

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-When I was a lot younger, 13 or 14,

-I had posters of him on my walls.

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-I loved him.

-I thought I was going to marry him.

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-Who was your idol

-when you were a child?

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-Elvis Presley.

-Definitely Elvis Presley.

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-Eurgh.

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-Elvis Presley was something

-brand new on the screen. The King.

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-Do you know who I really like?

-Hugh Grant.

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-And Colin Firth.

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-How about you, Kim Rees?

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-How about you, Kim Rees?

-

-He does the fishing programmes.

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-Robson Green.

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-Robson Green.

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-And I said Hugh Grant.

-And Colin Firth.

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-Maybe it was that song

-but I thought he was lush.

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-I had stickers

-and I put them on my pencil case.

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-I was more glam rock.

-Marc Bolan was the one for me.

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-Oh, yeah.

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-We've all got our idols.

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-We've all got our idols.

-

-# We've got to boogie #

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-Beyonce.

-Really powerful women, I suppose.

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-I liked Ieuan Evans.

-I like my rugby players.

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-Cliff. Cliff Richard.

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-The one and only.

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-Prince Harry. I think he's lush.

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-The ginger thing.

-Is it a ginger thing?

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-Yeah.

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-Staying with the Royal Family...

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-..Her Majesty The Queen celebrated

-her 70th wedding anniversary...

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-..to Prince Phillip this week.

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-Did you see the Queen?

-70 years of married life.

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-70 years.

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-I've reached 37, second time around.

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-Second time around?

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-That woman has achieved something.

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-It's been difficult because

-she's had to stick to protocol.

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-Their secret is money.

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-Don't you think it's true love?

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-I don't know. I never see them

-smiling at each other.

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-When they got married,

-she was in control.

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-Years ago,

-that might have been a big thing.

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-The man had to take the back seat.

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-What's the sign of a happy marriage?

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-Oh, God. Where do I start, Nia?

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-Patience.

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-Patience.

-

-And switching the hearing aid off!

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-Dad's scared of Mam.

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-You've got to give in sometimes,

-even when you don't want to.

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-It's my way or the highway.

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-It's my way or the highway.

-

-No, darling, no.

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-In our house, Alun's been going on

-about dipping sheep this week.

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-I don't want to hear about that.

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-Instead of saying, "Alun, shut up,"

-I just nod away.

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-The eyes are there

-but the mind has gone.

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-Did you do something romantic

-for your anniversary?

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-If there's a bargain in M&S,

-we dine in at home.

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-It's brilliant.

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-Mam and Dad just celebrated

-their 40th. Dad forgot.

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-Mam went out and bought the most

-expensive ruby ring she could find.

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-Dad had to pay for it.

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-I don't blame her.

-That'll teach him.

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-You have to celebrate occasions.

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-Do you buy gifts?

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-Yes, we do. I buy Mike a present.

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-I buy myself a present from Mike.

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-We've worked it out.

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-If you're attending a wedding...

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-..it costs 1,000.

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-It costs a lot for the guests.

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-Between the hen night,

-there's more than one...

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-..then the outfit,

-a wedding gift, spending money.

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-I got married on a Wednesday.

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-You were midweek.

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-A quick "I do".

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-15 bottles of Prosecco later.

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-You enjoyed yourself.

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-I can't remember.

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-I can't remember.

-

-Exactly.

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-Did you have a big wedding?

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-We had the reception

-in a Chinese in Bethesda.

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-And the night in the football club.

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-Another story about sitting on the

-throne made the headlines this week.

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-It was International Toilet Day

-on Sunday.

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-4.5 billion people

-don't have toilets...

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-..or have no access to a toilet.

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-They're trying

-to raise awareness about that.

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-They're raising funds

-to ensure everyone has a toilet.

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-Where do they do their business?

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-In the river? And then

-they have to drink the water.

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-Just think about it.

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-Just think about it.

-

-That's not nice.

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-What do you think about the standard

-of toilets in this country?

0:18:410:18:45

-It's part of my work

-with the county council.

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-Some people know me as Mrs Toilets.

-I'm not happy about that!

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-I'm Mrs Toilets!

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-I'm chair

-of the British Toilet Association.

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-I'm the only woman

-who's ever held that role.

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-I think it's very important.

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-Some pub toilets are disgusting.

0:19:040:19:07

-You have to hover!

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-Hover!

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-Wedge the door shut with one leg.

-You're hovering with the other one.

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-You don't want to catch anything.

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-It costs 20p to use a public toilet.

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-You put it in the slot,

-open the door...

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-..and you think, "Eurgh!"

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-Ceredigion is recognised

-as the best place in Britain...

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-To go to the toilet?

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-..for the standards we maintain.

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-It's important.

0:19:350:19:37

-Just up the road here, five stars.

-The toilet in Tregaron.

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-I went to the one in Tregaron

-earlier. Very good. Special.

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-It's five stars!

0:19:460:19:47

-I have a claim to fame.

0:19:470:19:49

-I worked in Althrop Estate.

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-I made sure the standards were kept

-for the gamekeepers...

0:19:510:19:55

-..and the people

-learning gamekeeping.

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-I was up there working.

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-I'd been out watching them

-set the traps and catching moles.

0:20:000:20:05

-We went back to the courtyard...

0:20:050:20:07

-..which looks out across the island

-where Princess Diana is buried.

0:20:070:20:13

-I couldn't wait to go to the toilet.

-I was bursting.

0:20:130:20:17

-I told the head gamekeeper and

-he took me to the outside toilet.

0:20:170:20:22

-I've never seen

-such a posh outside toilet.

0:20:220:20:26

-Did you have potpourri?

0:20:260:20:28

-The blinkin' lot. It was shining.

0:20:290:20:32

-It appears I sat on the same toilet

-where Diana had done her peepees...

0:20:330:20:38

-..since she was a little girl.

0:20:380:20:41

-When I'm really stressed,

-I can't go to the toilet.

0:20:410:20:45

-I decided to take a laxative

-before going to bed.

0:20:450:20:49

-Anyway, it was like a chocolate bar.

0:20:490:20:52

-Two pieces of chocolate bar

-in a packet.

0:20:520:20:56

-It said, "Take one piece

-before going to bed."

0:20:560:21:00

-I took the bar and ate it all.

-16 pieces!

0:21:010:21:06

-I got up at 2.00am, "Oh, my God!"

0:21:060:21:10

-Have you heard of Shewees?

0:21:110:21:13

-Oh, my God.

0:21:130:21:15

-You've never heard of Shewees?

0:21:150:21:17

-As a man, no. What's a Shewee?

0:21:170:21:19

-Best invention ever. It's amazing.

0:21:200:21:22

-Do you have one?

0:21:220:21:23

-Do you have one?

-

-I have three.

0:21:230:21:25

-Pink, purple and clear.

0:21:260:21:28

-It's all about the colours.

0:21:280:21:29

-It's all about the colours.

-

-They match my outfit.

0:21:290:21:30

-What does a Shewee do?

0:21:310:21:33

-It helps you wee if you're a girl.

-You can just do it outside.

0:21:330:21:37

-Can you do it standing up?

0:21:370:21:39

-You just stand there.

0:21:400:21:42

-You can go into the Gents

-if you have to.

0:21:420:21:44

-I have a black one

-to match my Hunter wellies.

0:21:450:21:48

-A black Shewee. Oh, my God.

0:21:480:21:50

-Talking of toilets...

0:21:510:21:53

-..the lucky monks

-of Ampleforth Abbey...

0:21:530:21:56

-..will benefit from en suites.

0:21:560:21:58

-A little luxury

-in their frugal lives.

0:21:590:22:02

-Have you heard about the monks

-getting en suite toilets?

0:22:030:22:08

-Have they? Where?

0:22:080:22:10

-In the monkastery.

0:22:100:22:12

-Monastery!

0:22:130:22:15

-They're having en suites.

0:22:160:22:19

-They don't get much else.

0:22:190:22:21

-That's their luxury.

-Their luxury item.

0:22:210:22:25

-Can I ask you this?

-What's the point of a monk?

0:22:250:22:28

-What's the point of a monk?

0:22:290:22:30

-Or those who wear black frocks.

0:22:310:22:33

-Or those who wear black frocks.

-

-Nuns.

0:22:330:22:34

-What's their point?

0:22:340:22:36

-One of my friends was a nun.

0:22:360:22:38

-In New York. She was a nun.

0:22:380:22:41

-Was she boring?

0:22:420:22:43

-Was she boring?

-

-No.

0:22:430:22:44

-She just decided one day

-she wanted to be a nun.

0:22:440:22:48

-What would you miss?

0:22:480:22:50

-Televisions. My children -

-could I take them with me?

0:22:500:22:54

-Actually, it'd be nice without them.

0:22:540:22:56

-Phones, guaranteed. Definitely

-my phone. I can't live without it.

0:22:570:23:00

-I'd miss Pobol y Cwm.

0:23:010:23:03

-I'd miss my family and friends.

0:23:030:23:06

-Mars bars.

0:23:060:23:07

-Mars bars.

-

-Mars bars?!

0:23:070:23:09

-Hairspray. And hair removal cream.

0:23:090:23:14

-I could live without Mars Bars.

0:23:170:23:19

-What's the one thing

-you'd miss the most?

0:23:210:23:23

-Tea?

0:23:280:23:29

-Tea?

-

-Um...

0:23:290:23:31

-What would you miss the most?

0:23:310:23:33

-What would you miss the most?

-

-Sex!

0:23:330:23:34

-Sex!

0:23:340:23:35

-Oh, my word!

0:23:350:23:36

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