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-Oy, oy!

-# We wish you a merry Christmas

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-# We wish you a merry Christmas

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-# We wish you a merry Christmas,

-we wish you a merry Christmas

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-# We wish you a merry Christmas

-and a happy new year #

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-Not at all excited about Christmas?

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-Not at all excited about Christmas?

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-No, not excited at all.

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-With Christmas around the corner,

-customers are in the salon again.

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-Gold, frankincense and myrrh aren't

-being shared by these Wise Men.

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-They're here to share their views

-on the week's stories.

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-That makes me so angry.

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-It leaves me fuming.

-It's just wrong, isn't it?

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-Two wrong don't make a right.

-It doesn't.

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-What's funny?

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-What's funny?

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-Cannibalism.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Eating people!

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-They say things without thinking.

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-Since we're almost in 2018, how

-will our customers remember 2017?

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-What's your highlight of the year,

-Alison?

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-Meeting my new partner.

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-Meeting my new partner.

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-Isn't that nice, Joyce?

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-That sounds rather soppy

-but it's true.

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-I got engaged in May.

-That's definitely it, it was lovely.

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-The high point of the year...

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-..was getting engaged.

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-My low point was seeing

-Prince Harry getting engaged.

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-It was interesting early on

-with politics.

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-Everything was, "Wow, Donald Trump

-is in, Theresa May and Brexit."

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-You were excited about Brexit?

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-I was. I genuinely thought

-it was time for change.

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-I genuinely thought something

-had to change, what will it be?

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-I need to change my hairdresser.

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-This year has been a bit awful,

-don't you think?

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-A lot's gone on this year.

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-A lot's gone on this year.

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-My gosh.

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-We've seen a lot

-of terrorist attacks.

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-Grenfell Tower,

-a lot of people were killed.

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-It hasn't been a nice year.

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-A lot of things like that

-have happened around the world.

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-It hasn't been nice.

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-I was in London with Gwion

-when the terrorism happened.

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-We'd gone there

-to watch Depeche Mode.

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-We came out of the gig and noticed

-a load of missed calls on the phone.

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-We had a bit of a panic.

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-Then we tried to get a taxi back

-but couldn't get one for an hour.

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-You felt a bit anxious then.

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-My daughter lives in London.

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-Oh, my God, I texted her.

-No answer. Text, text.

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-She texted back within half an hour.

-She asked, "What's wrong?"

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-I said, "Look out the window

-to see what's happening."

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-She said, "Yeah, lots of flashing

-blue lights on the bridge."

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-"Yes, it's a terrorist attack."

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-It makes you more wary of where

-you're going and what you're doing.

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-And what you say, too.

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-People say things without thinking.

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-I don't think it's been a good year.

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-Everyone's on a downer

-with everything that's going on.

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-A lot of...

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-A lot of things

-that shouldn't be happening.

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-There we go.

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-Do you know what we should do

-with 2017?

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-Bang in the basket, yes.

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-Do you take some seasoning

-on your turkey?

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-One woman has taken that idea

-a little too far.

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-Grief is difficult for everyone.

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-This woman is dealing

-with her loss...

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-..by sprinkling some of her

-mother's ashes over her turkey.

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-Oh, my God.

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-Oh, my God.

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-That's disrespectful.

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-And then she's eating it?

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-And then she's eating it?

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-She's eating her mother.

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-Eating your mother!

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-Eating her!

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-Eating her!

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-I'd never eat my mother.

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-Where did you hear that?

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-Where did you hear that?

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-On the news.

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-Imagine that.

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-Could you do that?

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-It sounds a bit like cannibalism

-but it's not a body.

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-Oh, no. No, thanks.

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-I know that people deal with grief

-in different ways.

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-People cope with it

-in different ways.

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-But that's just wrong, isn't it?

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-What's the point of that?

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-She probably thinks she's going to

-eat this, it'll stay in her body...

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-..and part of her mother

-will stay with her.

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-It'll just go right through her.

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-It'll just go right through her.

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-And come out the other end!

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-Crackers, that's crackers.

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-Crackers, that's crackers.

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-What's wrong with her?

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-Like pepper.

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-Ooh, lovely. A bit of mother.

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-Disgusting. Why would you do that?

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-I'd never eat my mother.

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-Can...

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-What's funny?

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-Cannibalism.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Eating people.

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-Mam's in a box in the cupboard.

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-We have a chat every day

-and that's enough.

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-If I did that,

-I can hear Mam's voice now.

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-"What the hell are you doing?

-Is something wrong with you?"

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-Have you heard

-about liquid cremation?

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-What's that all about?

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-The body goes in a chamber

-and chemicals are poured on it.

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-It dissolves the body

-and they flush it down the drain.

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-Then it goes to the river

-and the sea.

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-You're left with nothing?

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-You're left with nothing?

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-Nothing.

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-That's like flushing a goldfish.

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-That's like flushing a goldfish.

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-You're right.

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-I'd rather be on the turkey

-than down the drain.

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-We might be vaporised

-in the future.

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-It sounds like something

-from the latest Star Wars film.

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-The Last Jedi

-hit our cinema screens this week.

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-Have you seen the new Star Wars?

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-Not yet. I want to see it

-but no-one will come with me.

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-I saw it on Monday.

-It was fantastic.

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-I love that sound.

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-At the beginning,

-when the story comes up...

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-No, that's Darth Vader.

-How does it go?

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-I love that music. John Williams.

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-Are you into Star Wars?

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-Are you into Star Wars?

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-Yes.

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-My brother and I auditioned for

-the one released a few years ago.

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-No? Oh, wow.

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-To be what?

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-Rey and Finn.

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-It was his idea

-to go to the audition.

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-It was a laugh.

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-We got the script

-from the company.

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-We had to act a scene,

-film it and send it.

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-Did you dress up?

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-Superfans, totally,

-in fact, it's spooky sometimes...

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-..how much they love it.

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-That's their bag.

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-That's their bag.

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-That's their bag.

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-I don't understand. They have their

-own religion. Jedism or something.

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-Even worse, where did it start?

-Holyhead.

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-Holyhead!

-It had to be in Wales, didn't it?

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-They practise the Jedi religion.

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-One of my friends runs it.

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-Jedism. In Holyhead?

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-That's it. Dan.

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-That's it. Dan.

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-Oh, wow.

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-How did he start it all?

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-I think he just liked Star Wars

-and saw it as a kind of religion...

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-..where people come together.

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-May the force be with you.

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-That green character in Star Wars,

-he's cute.

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-What's his name? Is it Gollum?

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-Go...!

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-That's Lord of the Rings!

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-Yoda.

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-Yoda.

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-He's cute.

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-Another green thing that's popular

-is grapes.

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-Grapes have become Britain's

-most popular fruit.

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-What's your favourite fruit?

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-What's your favourite fruit?

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-Watermelon.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Banana.

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-Right. Yes, bananas.

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-I like grapes.

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-Pink Ladies. Pink Lady apples.

-It's the only apple I like.

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-I haven't eaten an apple since...

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-..10 years.

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-I like bananas.

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-I like a bowl of grapes

-when I'm watching a film.

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-Apples are just nice.

-A crunchy apple.

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-All those juices.

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-They say grape is the most

-popular fruit in Britain.

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-It's overtaken the apple.

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-I like grapes, I must say...

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-..but do they mean fresh grapes...

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-..or do they mean

-grapes in a bottle?

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-Children go to school with grapes

-in a little box.

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-When I was young,

-that was a big treat.

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-Something else that's popular

-amongst children is nits.

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-Not popular, maybe, but they aren't

-confined just to children.

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-Susannah Constantine

-from Trinny and Susannah...

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-..has had nits for three years.

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-You're itching now, aren't you?

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-As a hairdresser, why has someone

-had nits for three years?

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-Because she's not even trying.

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-Because she's not even trying.

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-I'm itching already.

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-What would you do if I had nits?

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-It's one of those things

-that people get.

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-It's nothing to be ashamed of.

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-Boys don't get them so much.

-We use gels and our hair's dirty.

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-I've tried vodka.

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-Does it work?

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-Does it work?

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-Vodka works.

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-They don't have nit nurses in

-school anymore. That would stop it.

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-Years ago, someone would come in

-and check your hair.

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-I loved it.

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-They make me sick.

-They're so strong now.

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-They're super, super nits.

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-# Supernit! #

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-Evolved.

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-They'll have little capes

-like SuperTed, flying around!

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-Another condition in the news

-this week was selfitis.

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-It's the condition of

-constantly taking selfies.

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-Are you a sufferer?

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-A lot of people have selfitis.

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-One's standing behind you.

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-I only do it once a day.

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-They call me Selfie Queen

-in the choir.

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-The choir's Selfie Queen.

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-I can't do it.

-I'm always out of the picture.

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-My arm's not long enough...

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-..to take a tidy selfie.

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-I do it with this

-but I point it the wrong way.

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-I take a photo

-of everything in front of me.

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-I'm not a big fan of people

-posing, head up, chest out.

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-It looks very awkward.

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-The finger.

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-Let me see it.

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-You're meant to smile. Don't growl.

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-More customers will be posing in

-front of the lens after the break.

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-Like that?

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-Give me a pout!

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-It's Christmas

-in three days' time.

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-There was very little goodwill

-towards this unemployed couple...

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-..who claim 65,000

-in state benefits.

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-They've spent thousands on

-presents for their six children.

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-This mother on benefits,

-65 grand a year.

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-How much?

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-How much?

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-65 grand a year.

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-She spends two grand on her

-six kids. We're paying for it.

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-You're buying those gifts for her.

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-You're buying those gifts for her.

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-That makes me livid.

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-I was off-the-scales angry.

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-It's ridiculous.

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-How does that work?

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-People work full-time,

-a lot of them have two jobs.

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-They can't afford that.

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-I work my little backside off,

-yeah, for her to get that.

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-For her to sit there

-and watch Jeremy Kyle.

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-She doesn't even work.

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-Fair play, conning the country.

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-And we have people sleeping rough

-under a shop window.

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-I have to save every month

-for vouchers. Christmas vouchers.

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-Carry on. Crack on.

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-We pay taxes, you enjoy.

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-Precisely.

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-Fair play to her, she's found

-a way to play the system.

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-Part of me thinks who are the fools?

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-Us working full-time

-to pay our taxes?

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-Or her staying at home to raise her

-children and getting all that money?

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-Look at the money she gets. She'll

-never get a job that pays 65,000.

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-She's not going to find a job.

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-Actually, it's the system's fault.

-It's not the people's fault.

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-They're so proud

-that they get all this money.

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-Last year,

-a woman was on This Morning.

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-She was getting a lot of money.

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-She'd bought a Mulberry handbag.

-She wanted breast enhancement.

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-She had over 10 children.

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-I'm not surprised

-she wanted breast enhancement!

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-Are children expecting too much

-in their Christmas stockings?

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-I remember Mam and Dad saying,

-"Choose a couple of things."

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-You were lucky

-if you had one of those things.

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-Did you sit on the floor

-with your Argos catalogue?

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-Parents might be time poor and can't

-spend time with their children.

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-Then they buy everything.

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-The parents are to blame.

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-One of my friends has three sons.

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-They're all having

-their own Xbox for Christmas.

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-All three children.

-Then they don't have to share.

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-Why don't they sit down with the

-children, tell them how it is...

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-.."Listen, Sion Corn can only

-bring so many things this year."

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-Children understand.

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-It's more and more. You see someone

-with something you don't have.

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-"I'd like that.

-I'll have it next Christmas."

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-It builds up. Awful.

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-It really makes me angry.

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-The point of Christmas, and

-I hate to be religious here...

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-..but it's about Jesus Christ.

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-How many kids know it's not just a

-gift competition with their mates?

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-When I was a child,

-I was lucky to get a tangerine.

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-And nuts.

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-I wanted sandals. Dad cut the fronts

-and backs off a pair of shoes.

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-Jesus sandals.

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-Jesus sandals.

-

-It was just after the war.

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-It's not only children...

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-..who've forgotten

-the true meaning of Christmas.

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-People go wild online

-on Christmas Day.

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-On Christmas Day, people spend

-a billion pounds online.

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-Christmas Day? Get a grip.

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-That's what I said.

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-One bishop is trying to stop the web

-on Christmas Day.

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-I agree with him.

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-I think we've become anti-social

-with the internet.

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-Everyone's on their mobile phones

-or the computer.

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-What if your child

-was in New Zealand...

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-..and you were a mother

-talking to your child?

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-Hmmm. Yeah.

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-eBay's busiest day last year

-was Christmas Day.

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-Serious?

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-People are putting their presents

-straight on eBay.

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-That's wrong. They get them

-and sell them straightaway.

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-The trainers I want

-are reduced after Christmas.

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-They're 400 now.

-I hope they'll cost less.

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-They won't be much less.

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-They won't be much less.

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-I wouldn't walk in them for 400!

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-I'd carry them around.

-What's wrong with second-hand ones?

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-There's an interesting story

-with the Entertainer toy shop.

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-While shop tills ring across the

-country with last-minute spending...

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-..the Entertainer will be closed

-on Christmas Eve.

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-He says Sunday is a family day.

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-His faith is strong and he's willing

-to lose money for his faith.

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-He's a king amongst men.

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-Even if you don't go to a chapel or

-church, if you're a non-believer...

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-..you don't have to shop every day.

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-Mam-gu says you shouldn't do

-anything on Sunday. Hangover day!

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-When I was younger, you didn't hang

-your washing out to dry on Sunday.

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-They say that's changed now.

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-I used to do it and people

-looked down on me because I did it.

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-People have all week to shop.

-They should chill out on Sunday.

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-People work full-time.

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-People work full-time.

-

-We work on Saturdays too.

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-That's the problem we have.

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-That's the problem we have.

-

-You're off on Mondays.

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-So...

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-So...

-

-Shop on Monday!

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-Would you welcome shops

-being closed on Sunday?

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-I remember them being closed.

-And pubs. Everything was closed.

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-Hold on now!

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-The fizz will be flowing on Monday

-as everyone celebrates the big day.

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-What are you up to on Christmas Day?

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-Milking and then

-some peace and quiet.

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-Wake up,

-cold sausage rolls with ketchup.

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-Sausage rolls?

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-I'm up at 7.00am.

-A glass of Prosecco.

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-7.00am?! Well, it is Christmas.

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-7.00am?! Well, it is Christmas.

-

-I'd be drunk!

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-One Christmas I bought a goose.

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-We only had a small oven.

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-Me and Johnny

-were in the garden with a ripsaw.

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-We took the wings and legs off...

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-..and cooked them separately

-to the rest of the bird.

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-You should have seen it.

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-I'll eat my bodyweight in chocolate.

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-You have to. Heroes.

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-And peanuts. Peanuts is

-the best part of Christmas.

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-Cheese and biscuits with port.

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-Cheese and biscuits with port.

-

-There's some class here.

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-My husband used to join his mates in

-the Diplomat on Christmas morning.

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-Dinner would be ready

-and there'd be no sign of Ron.

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-Come two o'clock, where were they?

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-Traipsing into the house,

-with some of his friends.

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-Dinner was on the table.

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-It was like that every Christmas.

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-Do you play games?

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-Drinking games?

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-Drinking games. Nain loves them!

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-Is Nain drunk?

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-Then it's the piano.

-You should see them.

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-After lunch and clearing up, I go on

-the internet and donate to charity.

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-It's like a routine, I suppose.

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-I read a book about Anne Frank,

-the girl that died in the war.

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-She said

-"Giving doesn't make you poor."

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-A Baileys with a mince pie.

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-Bed soon after.

-Everyone to bed.

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-Time to sleep in your new pyjamas.

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-Christmas pyjamas.

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-Christmas pyjamas.

-

-Victoria's Secret.

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-Makes a change from Ann Summers.

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-Who would be your

-ultimate Christmas dinner guest?

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-Oh, well, well, well, now then.

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-Someone comical, a comedian.

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-Dead or alive?

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-Dead or alive?

-

-It'd be nice if they were alive.

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-They could be...

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-Peter Kay. Cheesecake.

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-Cheese... cake.

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-The one I'd like is dead.

-George Best. My idol.

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-That would be cool.

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-Sir Mo Farah.

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-He's like a whippet.

-I'm sure I'm twice his size.

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-He's fought mentally

-and physically...

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-..to be the best

-for all those years.

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-If I could get her back, Princess

-Diana, just to hear all the gossip.

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-"So, what really happened?"

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-"So, what really happened?"

-

-You're a bit morbid.

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-Princess Diana? Wise up.

0:22:070:22:09

-I'm a big fan of Holly Willobooby!

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-Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield.

0:22:140:22:16

-If I could choose someone to

-come back. Elvis Presley. Any day.

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-He was stunning.

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-He was stunning.

-

-Stellar.

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-He was stunning.

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-I have a friend, her celebrity

-crush is Denzil off Pobol y Cwm.

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-I have a friend, her celebrity

-crush is Denzil off Pobol y Cwm.

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-She wanted Pobol y Cwm

-to bring out a Denzil calendar.

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-She could then see him every month.

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-She'd have a different photo of him

-every month.

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-Michael Ball. Ronnie and Ryan.

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-Michael Ball. Ronnie and Ryan.

-

-Ryan and Ronnie. All the way.

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-Anyone else on S4C

-you think is a hunk?

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-Alwyn Humphreys. Oh, yes!

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-Thank you very much, Joyce.

-Merry Christmas to you.

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-Merry Christmas

-and a happy new year to you all.

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-Merry Christmas.

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-Merry Christmas.

-

-Happy new year.

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-Merry Christmas.

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-Happy new year

-from everyone in Tregaron.

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-And of course, little Percy.

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-Merry Christmas.

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-Merry Christmas.

-

-Happy new year.

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-Merry Christmas from Steil.

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-Happy new year and

-enjoy your sprouts!

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-Merry Christmas

-and a happy new year!

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