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- Oh, my God! - Bugger! I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.
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- Here. Let me- - Get your hands off!
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I'm really sorry. I- I live just over the street.
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I have, um, water and soap. You can get cleaned up.
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No, thank you. I just need to get my car back.
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I also have a phone. I'm confident that in five minutes...
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we could have you spick-and-span and back on the street again.
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In the non-prostitute sense, obviously.
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All right. Well- What do you mean, "just over the street"?
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- Give it to me in yards. - Uh, 18 yards.
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That's my house there with the blue front door.
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Come on in. I'll just- I'll just-
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Um, right. Right. Come in.
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It's, um, not quite as tidy as it normally is, I fear.
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But, um- The bathroom's on the top floor.
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And the telephone's just- just up here.
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Here. Let- Let me, um-
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Um, round the corner. Straight on- straight on up.
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Bugger.
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Uh-oh.
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Uh,
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would you like a cup of tea before you go?
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- No. - Coffee?
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- No. - Orange juice?
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Probably not. Um, something else cold.
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Uh-
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Coke? Water?
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Some disgusting sugary drink...
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pretending to have something to do with fruits of the forest?
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- No. - Would you like something to eat?
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Uh, something to nibble?
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Um, apricots soaked in honey?
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Quite why, no one knows, because it stops them tasting of apricots...
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and makes them taste like honey,
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and if you wanted honey, you'd just buy honey instead of... apricots.
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Um, but nevertheless, there we go there.
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They're yours if you want them.
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No.
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Do you always say "no" to everything?
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No.
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I'd better be going.
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Thanks for your, uh, help.
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You're welcome.
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And, uh, may I also say, um, heavenly.
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I'll just take my one chance to say it.
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After you've read that terrible book,
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you're certainly not going to be coming back to the shop.
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Thank you.
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Yeah. Well, my pleasure.
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So...
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it was nice to meet you.
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Surreal but, um- but nice.
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Sorry.
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"Surreal but nice"? What was I thinking?
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- Hi. - Hi.
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- I forgot my other bag. - Oh, right. Right.
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Thanks.
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I'm very sorry about the "surreal but nice" comment.
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- Disaster. - That's okay.
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I thought the apricot and honey thing was the real low point.
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Oh, my God. My flatmate.
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I'm sorry. There's no excuse for him.
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- Hey. - Hi.
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I'm just going into the kitchen to get some food.
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Then I'm gonna tell you a story that will make your balls shrink to the size of raisins.
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Probably best not to tell anyone about this.
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Right. Right. No one.
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I mean, I'll tell myself sometimes.
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But don't worry. I won't believe it.
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- Bye. - Bye.
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There's something wrong with this yogurt.
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It's not yogurt. It's mayonnaise.
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Oh, right. There we are then.
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Mm.
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On for a videofest tonight?
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I got some absolute classics.
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- Smile. - No.
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- Smile. - I've got nothing to smile about.
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Okay.
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In about seven seconds,
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I'm going to ask you to marry me.
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Imagine.
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Somewhere in the world there's a man who's allowed to kiss her.
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Yes, she is, uh,
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fairly fabulous.
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- Do you have any books by Dickens? - No.
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No, I'm afraid we're a travel bookshop. We only sell travel books.
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Oh, right. How about the new John Grisham thriller?
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Well, no, 'cause that's, uh- that's a novel too, isn't it?
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Oh, right.
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Have you got Winnie the Pooh?
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Martin, your customer.
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Uh, can I help you?
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Once in a lifetime
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Hey.
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Hi.
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- Once in a lifetime - Just, um, incidentally,
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uh, why... are you wearing that?
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Combination of factors really. Uh, no clean clothes.
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There never will be, you know, unless you actually clean your clothes.
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Right. Vicious circle.
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And I was, like, rooting around in your things...
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and I found this, and I thought "cool. "
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Kinda... spacey.
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There's something wrong with the goggles, though.
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No, they were, um, prescription.
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- Groovy. - So I could see all the fishes properly.
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You should do more of this stuff.
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- So, look, any messages today? - Yeah, I wrote a couple down.
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So there were two. There were two messages? Right?
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You want me to write down all your messages?
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Okay, who are the ones that you didn't write down from?
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No. Gone completely.
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Oh, no. There was one from your mum.
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She said don't forget lunch, and her leg's hurting again.
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- No one else? - Absolutely no one else.
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Though if we're going for this obsessive writing down all the message thing,
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some American girl called Anna called a few days ago.
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- What did she say? - Well, it was genuinely bizarre.
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She said, "Hi. It's Anna. " Then she said, "Call me at The Ritz"...
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and then gave herself a completely different name.
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- Which was? - Absolutely no idea.
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Remembering one name's hard enough.
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No, I- I know that. She- She said that.
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Um, I know she's using another name.
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The problem is she left the message with my flatmate...
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which was a very serious mistake.
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Um, I don't know. Imagine, if you will, the stupidest person you've ever met.
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- Are you doing that? - Yes, sir, I have him in my mind.
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And now double it. And that is the, um- what can I say-
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the git that I am living with.
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And he can't remember-
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- Try Flintstone. - I'm sorry, what?
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I think she said her name was Flintstone.
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I don't- I don't suppose, um, Flintstone rings any bells, does it?
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- Oh, I'll put you right through, sir. - Oh, my God.
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Hello. Hi.
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- Hi there. - Hello?
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Hi. Hi.
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- Sorry. It's William... Thacker. - Yes?
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Um, we- I work in a bookshop.
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Uh-huh. You played it pretty cool there, waiting for three days to call.
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Oh, no, I promise you I've never played anything cool in my entire life.
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My flatmate, who'll I'll stab to death later, never gave me the message.
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I don't know. Perhaps, um,
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I could drop round for tea later or something.
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- Things are pretty busy here. I might be free around 4:00. - Right. Right. Great.
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- Bye. - Yea- Bye.
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Classic.
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Classic.
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- Which floor? - Three, please.
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Uh, are you sure this is-
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Oh, yeah. Yeah. Sure.
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- Hi. Hi. I'm Karen. - Hi.
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I'm sorry. Things are running a little bit late.
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Here's the, uh, thing. Do you wanna come this way?
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Through here.
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So what did you think of the film?
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Yeah, I thought it was fantastic. I thought it was, uh,
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Close Encounters meets Jean de Florette.
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I agree.
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I'm sorry. I didn't get down what magazines you're from.
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- Time Out. - Great.
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And you're from?
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Uh, Horse & Hound.
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The name's William Thacker. I think, actually, she might be expecting me.
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Oh, okay. Take a seat and I'll go check.
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I see you've, uh- I see you've brought her some flowers.
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No.
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These are for my, um, grandmother.
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She's in a hospital just down the road.
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Thought I'd kill two birds with one stone, you know.
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Sure, right. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah.
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Which hospital's that?
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Do you mind me not saying?
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It's a rather distressing disease.
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- Name of the hospital kind of gives it away. - Absolutely. Sure.
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Cheers. Ooh, yes.
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Right, uh, Mr. Thacker. Will you come this way.
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Right.
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You've got five minutes.
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- Hi. - Hello.
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Uh, I brought these, but clearly-
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No, they're great. They're great.
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Ah, listen, I'm sorry about not ringing back.
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The whole "two-names concept"...
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was totally too much for my flatmate's pea-sized intellect.
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No, it's a stupid privacy thing. I always pick a... cartoon character.
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Last time I was Mrs. Bambi.
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- Everything all right? - Yes, thank you.
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And you're from, uh, Horse & Hound.
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- Yeah. - Good.
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Is that so? Well.
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So, uh-
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Uh, I'll just... fire away then, shall I?
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Right.
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Uh-
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The film's great, and, um,
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I just was wondering whether...
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you ever thought of having, um,
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more, uh, horses in it.
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Uh, well, we would have liked to,
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but it was, um, difficult, obviously, being set in space.
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Space, right, yeah. Yeah, obviously very difficult.
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I'm so sorry. I arrived outside.
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They thrust this thing into my hand-
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No, it's my fault. I thought this would all be over by now.
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I just wanted to sort of apologize for the kissing thing.
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I seriously don't know what came over me.
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And I just wanted to make sure that you were fine about it.
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Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely fine.
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Do remember that Miss Scott is also keen to talk about her next project...
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which is, um, shooting later in the summer.
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Ah, yes, excellent. Excellent.
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Any horses in that one?
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Or hounds for that matter. Our readers are equally intrigued by both species.
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It takes place on a submarine.
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Oh. Well, bad luck.
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But, um,
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if there were horses in it,
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would you be riding them...