Sunday, March 14, 2010
David: Look, if you had any sense you wouldn't take a lift from a strange man, but I'm a music lover and I'm worried about your cello. So what I propose is you put it in my car and walk along beside me.
Jenny: How do I know you won't just drive off with the cello?
David: Good point. Ummm, how much does a new cello cost? 10, 15 pounds? I don't know... Let's say... 15. No? Alright, up to you.
David: I'm David by the way.
David: Very good.
David: How did the concert go?
Jenny: It was a rehearsal, concert's next thursday.
David: What are you playing?
David: Ahh. I think it's a shame he spent so much time in Worcester. Don't you? Because Worcester's too near Burmingham and you can hear that in the music. There's a terrible Brummy accent in there if you listen hard enough. Anyway, Elgar and the Jews don't mix very well.
Jenny: I'm not a Jew!
David: No, I am.
David: I wasn't accusing you.
Jenny: Can I sit in the car with my cello?
David: Jump in.
The lesson here is simple. Never get into cars with strange men.
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