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Pennod 2

Beth fydd ar feddyliau cwsmeriaid Clip a Snip a Blodeuwedd, Caernarfon; C & J Bangor; Llinos Haircare yn Aberteifi a Salon Steil yn Llandeilo? Sharing secrets from hairdressers ...


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-The Salon is open once again

-all across the country.

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-They're interested

-in more than just hair.

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-He reminds me of a baby

-who has lost his dummy.

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-I'm overweight.

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-No, I'm serious.

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-I'm not violent.

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-If I got a chance to punch him

-in the face, I would.

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-Dear me, what are these black

-gloves? You look like Darth Vader.

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-This week, we've got a few new

-characters behind the mirror.

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-Kirsty from Kent

-who has made Caernarfon her home.

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-I moved here six years ago.

-I love Wales.

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-Sadly, for those of you who don't

-believe I'm from Kent, this is me.

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-Get out of my pub!

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-Salon Blodeuwedd

-is where Sonia works.

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-Sonia's got some colourful stories.

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-I worked for Peter Stringfellow

-in Covent Garden as a dancer.

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-My lips are sealed.

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-There are plenty of colourful

-characters at C & J Bangor too.

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-And prostitutes.

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-And prostitutes.

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-Absolutely.

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-Prostitutes, Donna.

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-Prostitutes, Donna.

-

-Oh dear me, what will I do?

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-Mary is still busy

-at Llinos' Salon in Cardigan.

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-Are you on viagra, Keith?

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-I've not been told

-that I need it so far!

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-Welcome once again to Y Salon.

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-It's Monday morning in Caernarfon.

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-Over the weekend, the NHS'

-health has had people worried.

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-From the waiting lists to the

-state of the emergency services.

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-Everyone has a story.

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-It's nuts how long you wait

-in an ambulance.

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-I had a fit and my mum

-called an ambulance.

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-They asked my mum "Is he having

-a full-blown epileptic fit?"

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-My mother said "Yes, obviously,

-he suffers from them."

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-They said "we haven't got

-an ambulance for him."

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-We're very lucky to have an NHS.

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-Last year, people

-were talking about privatising it.

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-Around Caernarfon and Bangor,

-people couldn't afford that.

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-Now that the weather's bad,

-it's colder.

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-Older people go in.

-Everyone has this flu.

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-Everyone has sickness and diarrhoea.

-There are loads of bugs around.

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-Old people go into hospital

-and take up the beds.

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-We can't blame all these problems

-on old people.

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-Yes, people are living a lot longer.

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-Think how much money the NHS wastes

-on a day-to-day basis.

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-What I've noticed is too many people

-go out looking for trouble.

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-They end up in hospital.

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-Old people go out for a walk. What's

-the point of them going for a walk?

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-They're asking for trouble.

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-Are you supposed to sit at home

-and not go out?

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-No, but if you know you're

-a liability, don't go.

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-They're all getting older

-and living longer.

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-We need more nurses and doctors.

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-All that paper work

-is killing everything.

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-They've closed

-all the small hospitals.

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-Places like Bryn Beryl,

-Eryri and Bryn Seiont...

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-..where you could go for respite.

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-Chris is a cage fighter.

-He's used to trips to the hospital.

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-I'm fine, thanks.

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-Sometimes we get the odd injury.

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-Because of the waiting times at

-Ysbyty Gwynedd, I'll put it off.

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-One of my toes is facing the wrong

-way after kicking someone.

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-Yes, I didn't go

-and it's set like that.

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-No!

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-Nice when you're wearing flip flops!

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-There are waiting lists

-and queues in the corridors.

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-A and E is hectic on weekends.

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-But it's there.

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-But it's there.

-

-Yes, it's there for you.

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-If you're in there because

-of drunkenness, you should pay.

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-I agree with you on that.

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-For that night in A and E.

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-If they had to pay for it...

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-..they won't be in there

-after drinking.

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-People like me should have to pay

-more in to the service anyway.

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-Why people like you?

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-Why people like you?

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-I'm overweight.

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-No, I'm serious. I'll cause

-more strain for the system.

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-At some point,

-I'm going to suffer diabetes.

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-I'll have a heart condition.

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-It's natural.

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-If you're a fatty boom boom,

-you'll cost the state more money.

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-You're not fat! Can I ask,

-what kind of haircut am I getting?

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-You're getting what I give you.

-Whatever you get!

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-When I did my leg in,

-I was pushing a caravan.

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-You and your holidays again.

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-I felt this incredible pain

-in my leg.

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-I told Michael "I've had

-an electric shock in my leg."

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-He said "Don't be ridiculous,

-there's no electricity here."

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-"Something's happened to it!"

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-I ended up in...

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-I ended up in...

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-Did you go to casualty?

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-Not that day but the day after.

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-I kept telling him to buy

-a motor mover for the caravan.

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-"No, no. I can reverse it,

-I can do this, I can do that."

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-After I break my leg what did he do?

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-After I break my leg what did he do?

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-He bought a motor thing.

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-He went straight out

-and bought a motor mover.

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-I could have hit him!

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-With many people

-planning their holidays...

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-..security has been

-at the back of their minds.

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-Are you going on holiday

-this summer?

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-I've got no plans at present.

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-A lot of people are too

-frightened to go...

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-..after everything that's happened.

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-It's crazy.

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-You don't want

-to live your life like that.

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-You don't want to think you can't go

-anywhere but you worry everywhere.

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-I wouldn't ever go back to Tunisia.

-Would you?

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-No, definitely not.

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-When I go on my holidays, my mother

-asks why we don't stay here.

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-She asks me if I'm scared.

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-It is at the back of your mind,

-all the time, "what if?"

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-If it goes berserk, you go.

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-If it goes berserk, you go.

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-Very true.

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-Your mum lives out in America

-do you fly back and forth?

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-I really don't like it.

-I get very nervous.

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-What do you worry about the most?

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-There are loads of terrorists

-in America.

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-I was flying through America

-last year.

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-I got caught up in one of those

-shootings in America.

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-Since then, I don't really want

-to go anywhere.

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-What happened in the shooting?

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-It was at JFK in New York.

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-It was horrible. We had to run

-onto the tarmac outside.

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-It shouldn't stop you from going

-but we're not safe anywhere.

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-I'm going to India.

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-Oh, my God, are you?

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-Yes.

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-I'm going to see the Taj Mahal.

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-I'm going to see the Taj Mahal.

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-Are you?

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-Do you feel it's safe to go?

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-With all the things

-happening in the world.

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-Listen now, I've been married

-30 years. Is it our pearl wedding?

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-No, it's not a pearl wedding,

-it's a medal wedding!

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-Yes, a medal!

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-Dear me. The NHS in a mess,

-the world is a dangerous place...

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-..it's no wonder

-it was Blue Monday this week.

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-Here's a character

-who usually turns the air blue.

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-The Drag Queen from Anglesey,

-Maggi Noggi.

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-I always say,

-no matter what the crisis is...

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-..have a cup of tea, a gin

-and throw some glitter on it...

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-..and everything will be fine.

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-..and everything will be fine.

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-Absolutely.

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-Are you depressed? It's Blue Monday.

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-Are you depressed? It's Blue Monday.

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-No, I'm not depressed.

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-I understand how people

-can be depressed.

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-It's a struggle.

-It's that time of the year.

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-We've spent too much over Christmas.

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-Kids want more and more now.

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-How have you been feeling

-on this Blue Monday?

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-Are you feeling depressed?

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-Are you feeling depressed?

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-No, I'm fine.

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-I didn't buy anyone

-a thing for Christmas!

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-I didn't spend much this Christmas.

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-It was ideal, I didn't have

-a girlfriend at Christmas.

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-So no Blue Monday for you.

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-So no Blue Monday for you.

-

-Yes!

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-But Matthew's luck with the ladies

-is about to change.

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-Here's Kirsty's mum.

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-Alright, Sharon?

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-Good morning!

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-Sharon's talking

-a bit of Welsh there.

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-Trying to get in with it all.

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-Sharon, I've told Kirsty

-you're on the waiting list.

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-I'm what?

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-I'm what?

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-You're on the waiting list.

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-Waiting list for what?

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-Waiting list for what?

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-For me!

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-You cheeky girl!

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-If ever you're single,

-you're in there with a chance.

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-I'm in there anyway.

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-I'm in there anyway.

-

-That's true, Sharon. That's true.

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-You cheeky girl!

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-Get out of my pub!

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-From the cheeky boy

-to the cheeky girl.

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-Kim Kardashian can't possibly

-be short of cash.

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-It'll cost you 445

-to get a selfie with her.

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-Only that much?

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-I suppose I have to go

-to America to do it too.

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-Unless you see her

-in this country.

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-Dear me.

-She must think a lot of herself.

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-That woman is something else.

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-I'm sorry, but doesn't she have

-enough money in the first place?

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-What is she doing?

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-Do you think people will pay that?

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-I know someone

-who's had a selfie with her.

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-That was in Dubai recently.

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-She must have paid for it.

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-I've got a selfie.

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-I've got a selfie.

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-With who?

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-Kim Kardashian.

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-Don't be silly. You don't.

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-Don't be silly. You don't.

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-Yes, I do.

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-You have a selfie

-with Kim Kardashian.

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-Yes, I got it in London.

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-Yes, I got it in London.

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-Did you see her in London?

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-At Madame Tussauds!

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-How much jewellery did they steal

-from her in Paris?

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-Who?

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-Kim Kardashian got robbed

-at her hotel.

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-She's making the money back

-with selfies.

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-Her brains are in her rear end.

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-Her brains are in her rear end.

-

-Yes.

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-George Michael is one

-I'd like to have.

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-He's dead.

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-I know but he's the one I'd still

-like to get a selfie with.

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-Were you a fan of George Michael?

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-Were you a fan of George Michael?

-

-Jennifer Lawrence. I'd pay 30.

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-30!

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-30!

-

-30 is a lot of money for me!

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-That's two shifts in the chippy.

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-What about Biggins.

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-What about Biggins.

-

-Who?

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-Biggins!

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-Christopher Biggins? Don't be silly.

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-He'd need to pay you 400

-for a selfie!

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-True, true.

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-Aren't these apps good?

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-Absolutely.

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-Absolutely.

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-I'm a big fan of the social media.

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-Are you?

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-I'm all over them!

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-I'm all over them!

-

-Are you?

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-I'm like a social media whore.

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-No, you're not.

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-No, you're not.

-

-Oh, but I am.

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-I'm not really sure what this

-tweeting business is.

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-You follow people

-and it's similar to Facebook.

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-Like a stalker.

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-A bit like a stalker.

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-A bit like a stalker.

-

-Not in to that.

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-If you go to a restaurant

-these days...

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-..families are all on their phones.

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-It takes 20-25 minutes longer

-for people to sit, order and eat.

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-That's because everyone's

-on their phone.

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-If you sit in the house at night,

-nobody talks anymore.

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-I'm guilty. We all are. I raise

-my head and we're all on phones.

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-I'm on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat.

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-I love snapchat.

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-I'm on Instagram.

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-I'm on these dating things too.

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-You've got a husband!

-You're not on those!

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-Nobody has confidence

-to speak to people.

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-Everyone just swipes now.

-Have you swiped on Tinder, Sian?

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-Have you heard of Tinder?

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-You're not a Tinder girl?

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-# She's all over Tinder #

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-If they are a little conservative,

-I never have been.

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-I'm on Christian Mingle too.

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-You are not!

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-A little chapel girl!

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-We've got plenty to come

-after the break.

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-"I'm gonna build a wall,

-a great big wall!"

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-I wanted to leave.

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-I wanted to leave.

-

-Were you?

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-Why?

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-I'm not going to cry

-but you can't do my hair any more.

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-Make yourself a cuppa

-or something a little stronger.

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-You haven't finished that!

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-Where's that Steph?

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-I don't know where she's gone.

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-Steph, Maggi's dry love.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-They will see that we shaped them

-a brighter future.

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-They will know that we built them

-a better Britain.

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-Following her Brexit speech

-this week...

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-..Theresa May's name

-was on everyone's lips at the salon.

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-What's the name

-of that woman who's in charge?

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-Theresa May.

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-Have you seen the state of her?

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-She's already aged so much.

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-Who on earth dressed her, Carys?

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-What is your opinion on Brexit?

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-Oh, my gosh,

-don't start me on Brexit!

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-I watched Theresa May this morning.

-Couldn't understand a word she said.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-Not a word.

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-I know the feeling, Joyce,

-I'm just the same.

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-Brexit, well, I hope it changes

-things and I hope it's great.

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-But it won't be.

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-I wanted to leave.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-Yes.

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-Why?

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-I won't cry but you're not

-doing my hair anymore!

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-I'm not spending money here again!

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-It's a change.

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-Did you vote?

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-Yes, I voted Remain.

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-Yes, I voted Remain.

-

-So did I.

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-Farmers, like you,

-get so many grants from them.

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-Yes, a lot of money.

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-This lipstick and hairstyle costs

-money, Carys, as you well know.

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-I need money.

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-I need money.

-

-Of course.

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-That won't happen just by

-selling milk in Caernarfon.

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-They have to work

-to make sure it works properly.

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-I agree and a year ago, I would

-have said to remain in the EU...

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-..but as June approached and I

-watched the TV, I changed my mind.

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-I hope that Carwyn Jones...

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-..will have a say in what

-is going to eventually happen.

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-He's bound to.

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-Who's Carwyn?

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-Carwyn Jones,

-the First Minister of Wales.

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-They're always falling out

-with each other in London.

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-If they just worked together and got

-on with it, we'd be better off.

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-But there we are.

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-I was in Brussels

-the day after Brexit.

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-The day David Cameron was there...

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-..and when Nigel Farage

-made his stupid speech.

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-I'm not a violent person...

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-..but if I had the chance to punch

-him in the face, I definitely would.

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-That blinkin' Farage, well!

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-Who's his best mate these days?

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-Who's his best mate these days?

-

-Donald Trump.

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-Oh, dear, me, it's going to be

-quite a week in America this week.

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-His inauguration is on Friday.

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-It's terrible.

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-I will be watching though.

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-I will be watching though.

-

-Of course.

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-With a buffet!

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-Will you really have a buffet?

0:15:260:15:28

-Yes!

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-A couple of drinks too.

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-Yes, cheers Donald!

0:15:310:15:33

-Cheers Donald!

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-There is no turning back now.

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-Donald J Trump

-is the President of the USA.

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-That man is class.

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-I love him, you can't not like him.

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-"I'm gonna build a wall,

-a great big wall".

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-He's going to build a wall.

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-He's going to build a wall.

-

-A wall?

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-To keep the Mexicans out. He's

-getting rid of them from America.

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-He's going to build a wall.

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-He sounds a bit like Hitler.

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-He sounds a bit like Hitler.

-

-Yes, he does a bit.

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-With that Berlin Wall.

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-What's his name, Cocabana?

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-Obama.

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-He moves out and they only have

-six hours before Trump moves in.

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-It took me a week

-to move out of my house!

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-And the rest!

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-They say his wife won't move in.

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-He's like Marmite.

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-People either really,

-really love him...

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-..can't praise him enough and think

-he's the new Jesus Christ...

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-..or they think he's the Antichrist.

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-I really love him.

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-I think you can only gain by him

-having some influence.

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-And his hair,

-he's got smart hair too.

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-What about these scandals?

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-With that Russian bloke.

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-With that Russian bloke.

-

-Putin.

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-And the prostitutes!

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-Exactly.

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-Prostitutes, Donna!

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-You're lucky there aren't

-many of them in Anglesey.

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-You'd be surprised what happens

-in Llanrhyddlad and Llanfechell!

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-I like the fact that Trump

-says what he's thinking...

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-..and what we are thinking,

-but we're too afraid to say it.

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-Politically correct.

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-Imagine waking up

-with him next to you.

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-You'd want plenty of money for that!

0:17:250:17:28

-Goodness me!

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-Someone pulled a gun and they

-had to take Trump out of there.

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-He was bending down.

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-One of his security guards told him

-"Donald, duck"!

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-Local issues just can't be avoided

-at the Steil salon in Llandeilo.

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-I've been saying for years that

-a bypass would be a good idea.

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-We could have a cafe culture.

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-What's that?

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-A cafe culture where people

-can enjoy themselves and relax.

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-Everyone knows about these roads

-and how narrow the pavement can be.

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-The lorries would stop

-coming through the town.

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-It won't be pedestrianized

-but it would be nicer and safer.

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-At one time...

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-..Llandeilo was said to be one of

-the most polluted towns in the UK.

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-Getting rid of the lorries would cut

-down on traffic and make the town...

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-..a nicer place to walk around in.

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-Until it happens,

-we just don't know.

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-Time will tell.

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-Have you heard that Greggs

-are going to start delivering?

0:18:400:18:43

-No.

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-Apparently, they will deliver

-if you spend over 20 or 25.

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-That's just nuts!

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-You have to spend that much

-for a delivery? It's a bit steep.

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-It's nuts that Greggs

-make deliveries.

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-The Chinese doesn't do deliveries

-around here.

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-You've got to put in your order

-before 5.00pm on the previous day...

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-..if you want to get a delivery.

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-How do you know you fancy

-a sausage roll on the next day?

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-A sausage roll is something

-you just fancy there and then.

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-Will there be a minimum spend of 2?

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-You can't phone Greggs to ask for

-a sausage roll and jam doughnut.

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-They only have fresh stuff.

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-Apparently, you have to spend 20

-for a home delivery.

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-That will be good

-for people's health.

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-Do you like your savouries?

0:19:350:19:37

-Just look at me - obviously!

0:19:370:19:39

-I'm a sucker for a Cornish pasty

-with brown sauce.

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-Thinking about it, so am I.

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-That's my hangover food

-when I've been naughty.

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-I don't know how many times I've

-been at home with a hangover...

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-..and just fancied a McDonald's.

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-A McDonald's milkshake

-always sorts me out.

0:19:540:19:58

-What sorted out my hangovers

-was a kebab and a can of Coke.

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-I've already got a problem

-with Coke.

0:20:040:20:07

-I have that every day anyway!

0:20:090:20:11

-I've never known anyone

-who likes Coke as much as you.

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-If you got away with what you liked,

-Donna, how many would you have?

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-I average about five or six.

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-Never!

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-Serious? Oh, my God!

0:20:230:20:25

-You're a Coke addict!

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-They're a bunch of old softies

-up in Caernarfon.

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-With St Dwynwen's Day next week...

0:20:330:20:35

-..cage fighter Chris knows

-how to please his wife, Gemma.

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-My romance to Gemma

-is that she likes a clean house.

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-What?

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-A clean house. That's the most

-romantic thing I can do for Gemma.

0:20:440:20:48

-I've arrived home and he's there

-with a cuppa and the house is clean.

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-You appreciate that

-more than anything!

0:20:530:20:55

-It goes a long way

-when a man picks up a Hoover.

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-Until you open a cupboard and

-see where he's stuffed everything.

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-What has she done that was romantic?

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-Being the mother of my daughters.

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-Cute.

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-You're just an old softie.

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-When is it happening? Next week?

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-When is it happening? Next week?

-

-On the 25th.

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-So you're busy?

0:21:200:21:21

-So you're busy?

-

-You wouldn't believe it.

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-You just wouldn't believe it.

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-A lot of parties going on.

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-Mind you, I've had to lie

-through my teeth.

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-Not to your mother again!

0:21:310:21:33

-What have you told her that you do?

0:21:340:21:36

-She thinks I'm selling Tupperware!

0:21:360:21:39

-Well, you are selling plastic!

0:21:400:21:43

-A lot of plastic!

-Oh, Carys, stop it!

0:21:430:21:45

-I used to go out on St Dwynwen's

-Day with my partner.

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-Huw and I, because we are two men...

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-..everyone would stare at us

-as if we had two heads!

0:21:520:21:57

-We were the only couple in

-the restaurant who were two men.

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-Everyone would stare

-and I'd just say "Hello"!

0:22:020:22:05

-We don't want you to misbehave

-on St Dwynwen's Day next week.

0:22:050:22:10

-I've forgotten what to do, Carys!

0:22:100:22:12

-Do you think I'd remember?

0:22:160:22:18

-I don't think you've ever forgotten,

-Joyce!

0:22:190:22:22

-What can you do.

0:22:220:22:23

-Are you on Viagra, Keith?

0:22:250:22:27

-She hasn't said

-that I've needed it just yet.

0:22:280:22:31

-Maggie hasn't said it yet!

0:22:320:22:34

-What exactly do you sell?

0:22:350:22:37

-Stuff from that woman,

-you know, Ann Summers.

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-Oh, her stuff!

0:22:410:22:42

-It's taken off in Wales.

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-Delivered to your door.

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-Delivered to your door.

-

-No, I do parties.

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-Oh, parties.

0:22:490:22:50

-Oh, parties.

-

-I model them, Donna.

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-What are your bestsellers

-at the parties?

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-Lingerie.

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-That's what sells.

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-Good old lingerie.

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-Some of the women who buy it,

-well, they just shouldn't.

0:23:010:23:04

-Dear me!

0:23:040:23:06

-Have you ever seen love beads?

-They are very popular as well.

0:23:070:23:11

-What are they?

0:23:110:23:12

-I'm not sure what you do with them.

0:23:120:23:14

-Do you wear them around your neck?

0:23:140:23:16

-Do you wear them around your neck?

-

-Yes, like a pearl necklace.

0:23:160:23:17

-Really? Have you heard of them,

-Carla?

0:23:170:23:20

-Love beads.

0:23:200:23:21

-Love beads.

-

-No.

0:23:210:23:22

-Right then.

0:23:230:23:23

-Right then.

-

-Are you off, love?

0:23:230:23:25

-I'm Gough and I'm off.

-See you later.

0:23:260:23:28

-All right, love, get out of my pub.

0:23:280:23:30

-He's not all there, is he?

0:23:320:23:32

-He's not all there, is he?

-

-No.

0:23:320:23:33

-Bless him.

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