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-Welcome to Y Salon.

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-While the stylists

-put every hair in place...

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-..the customers throw some light

-over the week's news.

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-Hi, can I help you?

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-Thieves, murderers and whores.

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-It's awful, Nadine, terrible.

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-A hot water bottle and a film

-is the answer.

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-Meep-meep.

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-Sometimes you wonder

-if anything makes sense anymore.

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-It's like everything is upside-down,

-including Christmas trees.

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-Have you seen the photo

-of the tree in Claridge's?

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-Karl Lagerfeld from Chanel

-has decorated it.

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-It's incredible.

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-What do you think

-of the upside-down trees?

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-I thought it was a joke.

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-Christmas trees?

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-Upside-down. Baubles, the lot.

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-Our house is always upside-down

-at 3.00pm on Christmas Day...

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-..after a few Babychams.

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-Is it a genuine upside-down tree?

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-It's hanging off the ceiling.

-Honestly.

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-You stick the top of the tree in.

-It goes like that.

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-What's the point?

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-Great idea!

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-You'd have to make holes

-in the ceiling and drill it in.

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-I've seen photos and it looks pretty

-but where do the presents go?

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-The presents are there

-and the tree's up there.

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-Why have they hung it upside-down?

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-It's handy if you've got a cat.

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-Dear me!

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-The tortoise has gone upstairs,

-the bookshelf has moved...

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-..and there's room

-for the Christmas tree.

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-They make them in black.

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-They make them in black!

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-It'd be like a funeral.

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-I've had an artificial tree...

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-..but I'm thinking of switching

-to a white tree this year.

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-Really?

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-What's yours, real or artificial?

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-Artificial.

-A five-minute pop-up, bang!

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-I've done years of decorating.

-Forget it!

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-I like a fresh tree

-but I never get one.

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-There's nothing better

-than the smell of a Christmas tree.

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-They clog the hoover though.

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-They clog the hoover though.

-

-I don't know, I don't use a hoover.

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-I don't know where the hoover's kept

-in our house.

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-The winter's so dark. Everything's

-so depressing this time of year.

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-Some colour's nice.

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-I like the lights in the window

-and the lights around the house.

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-My husband also wants one of the

-projectors to put in the garden.

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-Do you know what I've got

-this year for our house?

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-One of those projectors.

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-Which one?

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-It projects snowflakes

-across the front of the house.

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-It's bright in your house then!

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-Is there anything else outside?

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-Oh, yes, a reindeer.

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-They've turned Wylfa Mon up

-two points to light that house.

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-I like it though, it's lovely.

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-You just need a level

-of sophistication.

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-We're all about sophistication,

-aren't we?

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-You know what I mean.

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-If you go overboard, it looks ugly.

-It does, doesn't it?

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-A lot of people do that now.

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-It's a competition for many, who has

-the best decs and the best lights.

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-Keeping up with the Joneses.

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-Keeping up with the Joneses.

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-Precisely.

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-Around here, everyone's Jones!

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-In the middle

-of all the merriment...

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-..the reality of other people's

-lives can strike you.

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-Foodbanks will be

-at their busiest this year...

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-..feeding those who can't afford

-what we take for granted.

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-It's not right in this day and age.

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-We live in one of the wealthiest

-countries in the world...

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-..yet we need foodbanks.

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-Working people

-are turning to foodbanks.

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-I shopped in Tesco on Saturday

-and gave them a bag full.

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-At the end of the day,

-I spent 20 on various items.

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-That'll help someone who needs it.

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-It's wrong that people in this day

-and age have to rely on foodbanks.

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-It's not supposed to be

-like this now.

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-During the war, you expected it...

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-..but in this day and age,

-it's not right.

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-The country's priorities

-are wrong at the moment.

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-It's not nice seeing people

-going to a foodbank.

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-They're having to scrape

-around for food.

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-Years ago, your next-door neighbour

-would help you out...

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-..whenever you were in need.

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-I've organised one this year

-down in Burry Port.

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-There's one in Llanelli

-and there's one in Carmarthen.

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-There's nothing local though.

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-People can't afford the bus fare

-to pick up food.

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-People are so generous, it's great.

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-My grandchildren

-were given Christmas money.

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-Stewart asked them, "What do you

-want to buy with your money?"

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-"We want to go and fill a bag

-for the homeless."

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-They're six and nine.

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-People don't have disposable income.

-Everything's being squeezed.

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-Everything's gone up,

-gas, electric, everything.

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-It said on the news that there

-are more people in poverty now...

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-..than there were years ago.

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-It's nuts.

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-It's nuts.

-

-It's not meant to be like this.

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-Not in this day and age.

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-In my line of work,

-I see poverty on a grand scale.

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-I'm glad there are

-Pay As You Feel cafes...

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-..that there are charities

-that give out food.

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-People are starving.

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-People's perception of poverty is

-different to what it was years ago.

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-My father was killed

-in Wylfa Power Station...

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-..when I was three

-and my brother was two.

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-Mam didn't have any money.

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-She would knit our socks,

-she would make my clothes...

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-..but we always had

-one hot meal a day.

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-People these days

-just want things there and then.

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-Another emergency this week

-was one linked to the environment...

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-..and the amount of plastic waste

-in the sea.

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-They say there's so much plastic

-in the sea...

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-..you eat plastic

-when you eat your fish.

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-I think that's so sad.

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-When I open a tin of tuna,

-there's plastic in it?

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-You can't see the plastic but

-it'll have gone through the fish.

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-Thinking about it

-is enough to make me sick.

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-I like seafood.

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-I saw a documentary,

-Blue Planet on Sunday night...

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-..and it showed that.

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-It shocked me.

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-I didn't know there was so much

-plastic in the sea.

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-When you eat fish in a restaurant,

-you're probably eating plastic.

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-The fish have eaten the plastic

-in the sea.

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-You don't realise

-how much plastic is in the sea.

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-It's nuts.

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-So much rubbish is thrown

-into the sea, it's awful, Nadine.

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-Terrible.

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-Do you recycle, Betty?

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-Do you recycle, Betty?

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-No.

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-Do you think they'll clamp down

-on it?

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-Look at the size of the sea.

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-It goes all the way

-around the world.

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-What are they going to do?

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-I've seen it on Facebook.

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-A boy in the docks

-goes out in a dinghy with a net.

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-A fishing net.

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-He's collecting plastic.

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-Who throws plastic into the sea?

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-Who throws plastic into the sea?

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-A lot of people, obviously.

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-People on cruises,

-throwing things over the side.

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-I've never thrown anything

-into the sea.

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-Out of a car window, maybe.

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-A long time ago. When I was young.

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-When I was young!

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-When I was young!

-

-You can't back pedal!

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-Sorry, but how will they get rid

-of all the plastic?

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-By the time

-you've collected one piece...

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-..someone else

-has thrown something in.

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-How deep is the sea?

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-Plastic can sink to the bottom.

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-If you have a hole in a Coke bottle,

-that's straight to the bottom.

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-An octopus will get that.

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-David Attenborough said

-that in the next 80 years...

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-In the next 80 years,

-we will have no fish.

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-No fish at all.

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-We'll only have plastic in our seas.

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-Matthew reminds me of someone.

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-Anyway, Dennis the Menace

-is back on the small screen.

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-He's an old favourite.

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-When I was young, I was in

-the Dennis the Menace Fan Club.

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-Oh, yeah?

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-Dennis the Menace.

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-I had a wallet.

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-I had a Gnasher badge

-with all the hair on his head.

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-The badge had googly eyes.

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-I loved Dennis the Menace.

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-I loved Dennis the Menace.

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-That's your type of boy.

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-My kind of boy.

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-My kind of boy.

-

-I loved Dennis the Menace.

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-And Gnasher, the dog.

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-Gnasher!

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-I don't like Dennis the Menace,

-never have.

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-Dennis the Menace was my favourite.

-What was yours?

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-Something like the Fimbles.

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-What was that?

-# Doo-doo-doo, doo-doo-doo-doo #

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-Rhubarb.

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-Rhubarb and Custard?

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-Rhubarb and Custard?

-

-Magic Roundabout.

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-No?

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-# Dee-dee-dee-dee, dee-dee-dee-dee #

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-That's Magic Roundabout. Boing!

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-Do you remember Miri Mawr?

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-Do you remember Miri Mawr?

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-Blodyn Tatws is my inspiration.

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-What was his name? Caleb.

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-Tom and Jerry.

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-Tom and Jerry.

-

-Roadrunner.

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-Meep-meep!

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-Rosey and Jim.

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-Rosey and Jim.

-

-She liked Rosey and Jim.

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-I could kill Rosey and Jim.

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-# Rosey and Jim #

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-I loved Dangermouse.

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-Sam Tan and Superted.

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-Wil Cwac Cwac.

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-Top Cat.

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-Officer Dibble.

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-As a child watching Top Cat,

-I thought the bins looked nice!

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-They lived in the bins!

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-As a child, you believed everything.

-I couldn't get over it.

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-They lived in bins.

-Where have those days gone?

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-The innocence.

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-There'll be more innocence

-in the salon after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-The salons are far more

-than shampoo and sets this week.

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-The Donald Trump soap opera

-has been claiming the headlines.

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-He's upset the Palestinians

-and just about everyone else...

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-..and tweeted the wrong Theresa May.

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-It's been another bad week for him.

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-He's like a teenager.

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-What's the word for it? Petulant.

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-He's a ledge.

-Sorry, but he's a legend.

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-To some extent, I like him...

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-..but he is a bit ridiculous.

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-What's he doing in Jerusalem,

-I don't know.

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-He's sticking his nose in

-where it's not wanted.

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-He's going to cause

-a lot of trouble.

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-This man was elected

-leader of his country.

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-Anything he does

-is what he promised to do.

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-He still hasn't deleted

-the retweets of Britain First.

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-He knows who they are.

-They're still there.

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-He hasn't deleted them.

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-He retweeted something

-from Britain First.

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-Why?!

-That just fuels their campaign.

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-In my eyes,

-it just justifies their views.

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-I can understand his views

-on some things.

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-If we go to their country,

-we have to cover up, cover our arms.

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-Whereas, if you're here and you wear

-a baseball cap and a hoodie...

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-..you walk into a shop

-and they tell you to take it off.

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-It's like that. You look like

-you're going to do something wrong.

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-But you can walk in to anywhere

-you like wearing a burqa.

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-You can only see the eyes.

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-I'm not being racist,

-it's just the truth.

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-How can they wear

-what they want here?

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-We're a liberal country.

-We can wear what we want.

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-If we wear baseball caps in shops,

-they ask you to take them off.

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-You look like you're on the rob.

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-They have plenty of places

-to hide things.

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-He says he wants to come over...

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-In February.

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-Do you think he'll come over?

-Do you think he'll be welcomed?

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-He'll come, welcome or not.

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-Think about the security

-just to keep him safe.

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-I do think he'll come...

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-..but I think a lot of people

-will protest when he arrives.

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-When he was elected,

-the protests were amazing.

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-It was nice to see them.

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-Leave him where he is,

-he's horrible.

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-He sent a message to Theresa May

-but to the wrong Theresa May.

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-To be honest, he gives you hope.

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-Anyone can run a country.

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-If he can, and she can...

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-..but I think

-it'll do my a few favours.

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-Just look at her.

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-Do you know someone

-who's made a mistake like that?

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-I sent a text to my daughter

-instead of sending it to my husband!

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-I suspect it was for your ears only.

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-She sent it back saying, "Mam,

-I don't want to know these things."

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-The shame of it.

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-You try to stop it before it goes.

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-When you press send, it's gone.

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-Pressing it furiously.

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-I meant to text

-"I like you because you're sweet."

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-It said

-"I lick you because you sweat."

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-You would, wouldn't you?

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-He messaged me back saying

-"What? What are you on about?

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-"Are you a bit kinky?"

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-I have this friend,

-she had a boyfriend.

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-Well, she was seeing this boy.

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-He had the same name

-as another friend she had.

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-Every Tuesday, she'd send him

-a Cleavage Tuesday shot.

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-One of these sort of photos.

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-Instead of sending it to the boy

-she was seeing at the time...

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-..she sent it to a friend

-of the same name...

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-..giving him the green light!

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-Interested all of a sudden.

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-She was absolutely gutted.

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-She phoned me in absolute hysterics.

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-I've said a lot of things in drink.

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-Like what?

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-Just the truth. I don't like you!

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-A boy named Ben

-was quite indiscreet this week...

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-..while boasting to his friends

-that he'd cheated on his girlfriend.

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-Unfortunately

-for the unlucky lothario...

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-..someone was listening in

-and she tweeted about the deceit.

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-Ben was certainly behaving badly.

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-Good enough for him.

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-Good enough for him.

-

-Good enough.

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-I'd love it if he was my boyfriend.

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-Name and shame.

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-It wouldn't be nice to hear that

-your boyfriend's cheating on you.

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-I'd rather find out like that

-than not find out.

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-She shouldn't

-have been listening in.

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-I think it's ridiculous

-that she tweeted it.

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-What about the girl being cheated?

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-If I knew him I'd say,

-but it's his life too, isn't it?

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-You can't fart on social media

-without someone finding out.

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-If someone cheated on you,

-would you want to know?

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-I'd want to know.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Oh, no...

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-I don't know if I'd want to know.

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-If you don't know for sure,

-you could break up a relationship.

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-If you catch someone cheating and

-you tell the girl, you get blamed.

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-I've been stung a few times.

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-And I've been stung for not saying.

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-And then they've found out

-that I knew.

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-You can't do right for doing wrong.

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-You need affairs.

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-You need affairs.

-

-Maggs!

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-Education is useless in life.

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-The only thing you don't want

-in life is a gag reflex.

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-From bad boy Ben

-to the wacky baccy...

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-..and the story of the actress

-who played Pat Butcher...

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-..smoking cannabis every day

-to ease the symptoms of arthritis.

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-Did you watch the programme

-with Pat Butcher?

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-Hysterical.

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-Hysterical.

-

-It was brilliant.

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-This programme's given my parents

-silly ideas.

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-I'm shocked that Mam and Dad

-are now pro-cannabis. Oh, my God.

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-I was mortified when Mam told me.

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-Where does she buy it?

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-Where does she buy it?

-

-I want to know!

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-Fair play to her.

-Have you tried it? I have.

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-I've tried it

-and I didn't like it at all.

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-I had to phone Mam

-to come and pick me up.

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-I think if it eases illnesses

-and it's monitored...

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-..I don't see

-anything wrong with it.

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-We should be more holistic

-in the way we think about things.

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-Under control, I think

-it could make a huge difference...

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-..to people with arthritis, ME -

-go for it.

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-As a nurse, do you think

-they should legalise it?

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-I don't really agree with it.

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-If you smoke something like that,

-do it behind closed doors.

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-People buy large Rizlas in the shop.

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-"Oh, you having a joint?"

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-Oh, gosh, you work in the shop.

-You ask them, don't you?

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-They say they're buying foil

-for chicken. Yeah, right!

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-Pat Butcher takes cannabis

-for her arthritis.

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-You'll be taking heroin

-for a cold next.

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-Recreational, up to you...

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-..but I'm worried about youngsters

-wanting to try something different.

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-"That's great, I've tried that.

-What's next?"

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-I don't agree with cannabis

-for recreational use.

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-A lot of youngsters abuse cannabis

-every day. I see the negative side.

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-How often do you hear

-about youngsters...

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-..going to hospital because

-they've drunk too much alcohol?

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-You never hear about them going

-to hospital after smoking a joint.

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-Alcohol is more of a problem.

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-It breaks up families.

-It creates so many problems.

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-You have two ways of looking at it.

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-Alcohol makes people aggressive.

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-Cannabis calms people down.

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-Then again, people can have

-psychotic episodes too.

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-I think it gives you paranoia.

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-No-one fights after a joint.

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-Pat Butcher will be chilled out

-over Christmas.

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-She'll be sitting in the corner

-listening to Bob Marley.

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-Staying with

-alternative treatments...

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-..it appears that garlic

-is a great way to battle illnesses.

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-I stink of garlic today.

-I love garlic.

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-I think if you have enough chilli,

-garlic and wine in your system...

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-Sorted.

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-Garlic.

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-Garlic.

-

-I like garlic.

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-I do, I do. I love it.

-I put it in everything.

0:20:530:20:56

-Me too.

0:20:560:20:58

-Have you see the massive bulbs

-you can buy in Morrisons?

0:20:590:21:02

-I cut two of them in half yesterday

-and put them in the oven.

0:21:030:21:07

-I just ate them then.

0:21:070:21:09

-They have lots of old healing

-remedies like Mam-gu used to make.

0:21:090:21:15

-What did they give you?

0:21:150:21:17

-I remember having goose fat

-when I had a sore throat and chest.

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-It did the job but I didn't have

-any friends because I smelt foul!

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-Literally fowl!

0:21:290:21:32

-I once read something

-about breast milk.

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-Genuine.

0:21:350:21:37

-Do you remember

-when we tried breast milk?

0:21:370:21:40

-Remember that? We wanted to know

-how breast milk tasted.

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-I asked on a night out,

-do you remember?

0:21:460:21:49

-You didn't give it to me

-on a night out?

0:21:490:21:52

-I said, "Go on, give us a taste."

0:21:520:21:54

-In a bottle! In a bottle!

0:21:550:21:57

-I said, "I don't want to suck on it,

-just some on my finger."

0:21:570:22:02

-In a bottle, no?

0:22:020:22:04

-The only remedy I've used,

-when I had mastitis...

0:22:040:22:08

-..I put a cabbage leaf

-in the freezer...

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-..and put it on my boob.

0:22:140:22:16

-It worked, my mastitis disappeared.

0:22:170:22:19

-My auntie told me about it.

0:22:200:22:22

-If it's meant to move

-and it doesn't, spray it with WD40.

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-Have you seen these knees?

0:22:260:22:28

-If it moves and it's not meant

-to move, duct tape it down!

0:22:280:22:32

-There's no need for anything else.

0:22:320:22:35

-Say my stomach's not right...

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-..I eat raw parsley.

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-My granny, oh, my goodness.

0:22:420:22:44

-She had a remedy for everything.

0:22:440:22:46

-She either spat on it

-and rubbed it in...

0:22:460:22:49

-If you'd burnt yourself, spit on it.

0:22:490:22:55

-Mami told me that when children had

-a cold and they couldn't breathe...

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-..spread butter on their nose.

0:22:590:23:01

-When I had earache,

-Nain would make me wee in a jug...

0:23:010:23:05

-..and pour it down my ear.

0:23:060:23:08

-You could taste it in your throat.

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-It was horrible. It's all linked,

-ear, nose and throat.

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-I can remember choking on it.

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-Horrible.

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-I'd still be doing it to my girls.

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-What did it taste like?

0:23:230:23:24

-What did it taste like?

-

-Wee!

0:23:240:23:25

-What does it taste like?

-Is it bitter?

0:23:260:23:30

-Salty.

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-Salty.

-

-Salty?

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-More tonic on Y Salon next week.

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