LAURA McWHINNIE:
You have to go What’s happened with your chain? LAURA McWHINNIE:
Look, I’m not doing this. You have
to go That’s unfair. Okay, is there somebody here? LAURA McWHINNIE:
Yes Ah, okay. That’s a bit unfair. You know it’s unfair LAURA McWHINNIE:
I’m not doing this conversation. Now you have to go LAURA McWHINNIE:
This is over and it’s done. Alright CLOSES THE DOOR You know it’s unfair A MINUTE RINGING THE DOORBELL BECAUSE I’M THAT STUPID! LAURA McWHINNIE:
Seb, please stop, just go Could you at least agree LAURA McWHINNIE:
No, Seb please NOT-HER-DAD:
Unintelligible There’s no need for you to have got involved. It’s nice to meet you by the way NOT-HER-DAD:
You need to go No, it’s okay NOT-HER-DAD:
I need you go. That’s what I’m telling you to do now Okay NOT-HER-DAD:
So you can either go now You don’t need to get het-up (angry and agitated) NOT-HER-DAD:
I am. Yeah, I am. You’re giving her grief It’s not an het-up situation. No, I’m not giving her grief NOT-HER-DAD:
It will be. It will be, so Keep your voice down NOT-HER-DAD:
No, I don’t want to keep my voice down, so you either cycle off on your little bike Keep your voice down LAURA McWHINNIE:
Seb, go NOT-HER-DAD:
Like you kept your voice down last night? LAURA McWHINNIE:
I don’t want to talk to you. I don’t want to talk to you, just go Hey? NOT-HER-DAD:
Like you kept your voice down last night on the phone? On the phone? NOT-HER-DAD:
Uh huh I wasn’t shouting, I wasn’t shouting on the phone LAURA McWHINNIE:
But my neighbours. You’ve come round here banging on my windows and in my garden Well, it would be nice to actually find out LAURA McWHINNIE:
My fucking neighbours have complained. Just go Just being Ghosted is, yeah, is
. . . It’s two years we’ve been together LAURA McWHINNIE:
No it’s not two years. Two years LAURA McWHINNIE:
No, it’s not November, nearly two years. It’s a bit tough actually LAURA McWHINNIE:
You class one afternoon a week as being together. Go. Go. Go NOT-HER-DAD:
She wants you to go. She wants you to go I thought we discussed this as circumstances? LAURA McWHINNIE:
No, because you haven’t give a shit, you haven’t done anything. Just go That’s not true, and you know that’s not true I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t give a shit. I really wouldn’t. And you know that, and you know that’s true LAURA McWHINNIE:
Go, go NOT-HER-DAD:
You don’t wanna be here again LAURA McWHINNIE:
Seb go It would just be nice to see you NOT-HER-DAD:
She doesn’t want to talk to you. There is no other conversation going on Mate NOT-HER-DAD:
Don’t mate me. Laura? NOT-HER-DAD:
Go LAURA McWHINNIE,
I’m not your ex-husband. I’m not going to say nasty things. It would be nice to see you NOT-HER-DAD:
She doesn’t want to see you.
So . . . LAURA McWHINNIE:
Seb, go NOT-HER-DAD:
I’m asking you nicely now. I’m asking you nicely Agree to a coffee or something? LAURA McWHINNIE:
No. No I don’t want to see you. Go SLAMS THE DOOR