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I WANT ME COFFEE.
You can come with Shake and me.
And look after him! I don't want to find you've lost him.
Don't be cheeky. I'll bind him to me with promises.
Very clean isn't he? Come along grandad.
Make up your mind, will you?
Do you mind if we have it open?
Yes, I do.
Four of us want it open, if it's all the same to you.
It isn't. I travel on this train regularly twice a week ...so I suppose I have some rights.
So have we!
We'll have that thing off as well.
Elementary knowledge of the Railway Acts tell you I'm perfectly within my rights.
But we want to hear it.
There's more of us than you! We're a community, majority vote, up the workers and all that stuff!
Then I suggest you take that damn thing into the corridor...
Give us a kiss!
Look, we paid for our seats too, you know
I travel on this train regularly, twice a week!
Knock it off, Paul. You can't win with his sort.
After all it's his train! Isn't it, mister?
And don't take that tone with me, young man. I fought the war for your sort.
I bet you're sorry you won.
I shall call the guard.
Ah, but what!? They don't take kindly to insults, you know? Let's go have some coffee and leave the kennel to Lassie!
Hey, mister, can we have our ball back?
Mister, can we have our ball back?
You want to watch it!
Well, it's not my fault!
You stick to that story, son...
I can't help it. I'm taller than you.
They always say that...
I've got me eye on you!
I'm sorry, Norm!! I can't help being taller than you!!
Don't rub it in. I've got a good mind to thump you, Shake.
If you have a barney, can I hold your coat?
He started it.
I did not, you did!
The old fellow said could he have these pictures and Norm said no, and all I said was, "Well, why not be big about it?"
Your grandfather said that Shake was always being taller just to spite me!
I knew it. He started it.
You two never argue and in two minutes flat he's got you at it.
He's a king mixer... he hates group unity, so he gets everyone at it.
He hates group unity, so he gets everyone at it.