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I think that’s good. I think that’s right. We can still be romantic, though, can’t we? Yes, of course. As long as it’s not actually… Minnie. Is that me? Yes. You’re my Minnie Mouse and I’m your bubbalub. Okay. If that’s what you want to do. Minnie. Yes, David? Bubbalub. Bubbalub. May I have a look? Just a peek. You just want to see them? Thank you. I think there’s a house for sale around here. Really? Might be worth a look. Mmm-hmm. Right. Do you want… No. Jenny! Aren’t you coming? We don’t go in. What are you talking about? Why don’t you go and get a nice cup of tea somewhere? Helen will look after you. I don’t need looking after, thank you very much. David… I’m not going to tell you a second time. Run along. Well, they won’t be long, either way. Either way? Well, sometimes they find something and sometimes they don’t. And when they do find something, we often have to leave quite quickly. They can be quite naughty sometimes. Thank you! Bye! Cheerio! Catch! Careful. Careful. Come on. Helen! Pass it back. Good! Jenny! What? You can stand there if you like, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Coo-ee! Jenny! Sorry about being a little brisk back there, Jenny. It’s just the way we do things. Silly, really. Here, don’t forget your case. Who’s coming up for a drink? Me! No. You go. I’ll make my own way home. Jenny. Jenny! It’s an old map. A Speed. The poor dear didn’t even know what it was. What a waste! It shouldn’t spend its life on a wall in wherever the hell we were. It should be with us. We know how to look after it properly. We liberated it. “Liberated”? Yeah! That’s one word for it. Don’t be bourgeois, Jenny. You’re better than that. You drink everything I put in front of you down in one, then you slam your glass down on the bar and ask for more. It’s wonderful. We’re not clever like you, so we have to be clever in other ways, because if we weren’t, there would be no fun. We have to be clever with maps and… You want to know what stats are? Stats are old ladies who are scared of coloured people. So we move the coloureds in and the old ladies move out, and I buy their flats cheap. That’s what I do. So now you know. And if you don’t like it, I’ll understand, and you can go back to Twickenham and listen to the Home Service and do your Latin homework, but these weekends, and the restaurants and the concerts, they don’t grow on trees. This is who we are, Jenny. That’s better. Come on, you two! Come on up! You can have my olive! Come on. I suppose you have homework to do? You have no idea how boring everything was before I met you. “Action is character,” our English teacher says. I think it means that if we never did anything, we wouldn’t be anybody. And I never did anything before I met you. And sometimes I think no one’s ever done anything in this whole country, apart from you. Okay. Right. There you are. Night. Marjorie, look at this. “Clive.’ ‘ Oh! Lucky girl! Never a dull moment with David, eh? Better than that young man you brought home for tea. David’s a lot older than Graham. Graham could live to be years old, you’ll never see him swanning