The Adventures of Paddington Bear 109

WildBrain Kids
15 Apr 201323:04

Summary

TLDRالنص يحكي قصة小熊 بينجتون، الذي يبدأ بحياة جديدة في إنجلترا بعد مغادرة بيرو. يلتقي بالعائلة براون ويصبح محبوبًا في ويندور جاردن.小熊 بينجتون يظهر كشخصية لطيفة وم彬彬، يحاول دائمًا المساعدة للآخرين ويواجه المشاكل بجد و Determination.小熊 بينجتون يشارك في مسابقة جولف ويحقق نجاحا غير متوقعا. كما يحاول小熊 بينجتون مكافأة العائلة الآخرين، مثل مساعدة مستر كوري في مسابقة جولف بعد كسر عودته الأفضل.小熊 بينجتون يواجه التحديات بذكاء وشجاعة، ويتعلم من الأخطاء ويحقق النجاح في النهاية.小熊 بينجتون يعيش في عالم متنوع يحتوي على الطبيعة والحيوانات، ويحاول حمايتهم من الصيد الغير قانوني.小熊 بينجتون يظهر بشخصيته الإيجابية والإيجابية، ويؤثر بإيجابية على حياة الآخرين.

Takeaways

  • 🧳 **Paddington小熊离开秘鲁,独自前往英格兰,开始了新生活。**
  • 🏡 **他在温莎花园受到欢迎,成为了那里的宠儿,因为他总是尽力帮助每个人。**
  • 🕵️‍♂️ **小熊对事物有自己独特的看法,总是以全新的视角看待一切。**
  • 🤝 **他友好且有礼貌,总是尽力做正确的事情,但也会陷入困境。**
  • 🏌️‍♂️ **在高尔夫比赛中,小熊意外地成为了焦点,尽管他并不擅长高尔夫。**
  • 🎨 **小熊不小心破坏了Mr. Curry的画,但他通过创造性的方式弥补了这个错误。**
  • 🎁 **圣诞节期间,小熊决定自己动手制作礼物,展现了他的创造力和解决问题的能力。**
  • 📺 **小熊通过观看DIY节目获得了灵感,并将其应用于制作礼物,这显示了他的学习能力。**
  • 🐻 **小熊在非洲保护野生动物蛋免受偷猎者的侵害,体现了他的勇敢和正义感。**
  • 🌳 **小熊利用他在秘鲁学到的技能,在非洲的丛林中悄悄行动,展现了他的适应能力。**
  • 🍳 **在非洲的经历后,小熊决定早餐只吃水果和吐司,这反映了他对经历的反思和改变。**

Q & A

  • هل كان بارينغتون يعيش في إنجلتيرة قبل الانتقال إلى إنجلترا؟

    -لا، بارينغتون كان يعيش في بيرو قبل الانتقال إلى إنجلترا.

  • من كان يعيش مع بارينغتون بعد الانتقال إلى إنجلترا؟

    -بعد الانتقال إلى إنجلترا، عاش بارينغتون مع عائلة براون.

  • ماذا كان يفعله مستر كوري في قصة؟

    -كان مستر كوري يمارس رياضة الغولف ويقوم بتدريب لحدث ال公開賽 القادم.

  • ماذا حدث عندما حاول بارينغتون مساعدة مستر كوري في الغولف؟

    -بارينغتون اخطأ في إرفاقه وهو يحاول المساعدة في الغولف، مما يؤدي إلى كسر نافذة مستر كوري.

  • لماذا قرر بارينغتون الانضمام إلى مسابقة الغولف؟

    -انضم بارينغتون إلى مسابقة الغولف بعد أن طلب منه مستر كوري العمل ككابي لديه في المنافسة.

  • ماذا حدث مع بارينغتون خلال مشاركته في مسابقة الغولف؟

    -بارينغتون استخدمت الكرات بشكل غير صحيح وحدثت العديد من الأخطاء، ولكن في النهاية تم الفوز به في البطولة.

  • ماذا قدم بارينغتون لـ مستر براون ك هدية كريسماس؟

    -بارينغتون قدم لـ مستر براون مجموعة جديدة من الclubs الغولف.

  • ماذا حدث عندما حاول بارينغتون المساعدة في حماية البيض من الساخ؟

    -بارينغتون اختطف البيض من الساخ ولكن في النهاية عاد البيض للأوstriched.

  • لماذا قرر بارينغتون صنع هدايا يدويا لعيد الميلاد؟

    -قرر بارينغتون صنع هدايا يدويا لعيد الميلاد بعد مشاهدة برنامج تلفزيوني يدعو إلى صنع الهدايا بنفس اليدين.

  • ماذا حدث مع لوحة مستر كوري التي تغيرت إلى اللغز؟

    -لقد قام بارينغتون بتحويل لوحة مستر كوري إلى اللغز كفكرة هدية، ولكنه لم يعجب مستر كوري بهذا القرار.

  • كيف تم استرداد لوحة مستر كوري؟

    -تم استرداد لوحة مستر كوري من بارينغتون بعد أن طلب من القناة التلفزيونية "Make it Yourself" لإعادة لوحة جديدة.

Outlines

00:00

🏌️‍♂️ Paddington's Golf Adventure

The first paragraph introduces Paddington, a bear from Peru who has made a new life for himself in England with the Brown family. He is known for his helpfulness and problem-solving skills. The narrative then shifts to a golf tournament where Mr. Curry, Paddington's neighbor, is practicing. An incident occurs when Mr. Curry accidentally breaks his own window while golfing. Paddington, interested in golf, offers to help Mr. Curry as a caddy for an upcoming tournament. The paragraph concludes with Mr. Curry agreeing and explaining the golfing equipment to Paddington.

05:01

🍰 The Marmalade Sandwich Mishap

In the second paragraph, Paddington finds himself in a humorous situation during a golf tournament. He mistakenly steps on Mr. Brown's sandwich and causes a series of comical events. The narrative unfolds with Paddington participating in the golf competition, unintentionally breaking Mr. Curry's club, and ultimately winning the tournament with a single swing. The paragraph ends with Paddington planning to give his prize, a set of golf clubs, to Mr. Curry as an apology for the earlier incident.

10:06

🐧 Paddington as a Ranger in Africa

The third paragraph takes a dramatic turn as Paddington, using skills learned from his Aunt Lucy, becomes a ranger in Africa. He is determined to protect eggs from poachers but finds himself in a series of misadventures. The story includes encounters with poachers, a close call with an ostrich, and a rescue mission. Paddington's efforts culminate in the arrest of the poachers and the safe return of Mr. Gruber, a fellow ranger. The paragraph ends with Paddington reflecting on his Aunt Lucy's teachings and the decision to have a simple breakfast to avoid further egg poaching.

15:07

🎄 DIY Christmas Gifts with Paddington

In the fourth paragraph, Paddington tackles the challenge of finding Christmas gifts for his friends. Inspired by a DIY television show, he decides to make his gifts himself. Despite the mess and some initial confusion, Paddington successfully creates various wooden items, including trinket boxes, a rack, a spoon, and a toothbrush holder. He also repurposes a painting that Mr. Curry was discarding, turning it into a jigsaw puzzle. However, Mr. Curry is upset about the loss of his painting, and Paddington leaves him a note promising to make it up to him.

20:07

🧩 Paddington's Creative Solution

The fifth and final paragraph resolves the conflict from the previous one. Paddington, feeling guilty about Mr. Curry's ruined painting, comes up with a creative solution. He turns the painting into a jigsaw puzzle and has a new copy of the original painting made and framed for Mr. Curry. The paragraph reveals that the painting was a worthless copy of 'The Laughing Cavalier,' but Paddington's intervention has increased its value. The story concludes with Mr. Curry receiving his new painting and Paddington considering the possibility of turning it into another jigsaw puzzle.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Paddington

Paddington هو الشخصية الرئيسية في النص، وهو قطط يعيش في إنجلترا بعد مغادرته من بيرو. يُعد محبوبًا في ويندور جاردن ويتميز بسلوكه الطيب والمساعدة بالآخرين. يظهر في النص أنه يواجه مشاكلة وهو يحاول تعلم لعبة جولف ويشارك في مسابقة جولف.

💡Golf

Jogolf هو لعبة رياضية تتضمن الضرب في كرة صغيرة بالضربات من قبل لاعبين لنقلها إلى حفرة في ال_PUTTER_ البعيدة. في النص، يحاول Paddington التعلم كيفية اللعب في اللعبة وشارك في مسابقة جولف.

💡Marmalade

Marmalade هو نوع من السكرات المصنوعة من البرتقال. في النص، يستخدم Paddington قطعة من المارمالد لجعل الكرة الخاصة به مميزة في مسابقة جولف، مما يتسبب في سلسلة من الأحداث ال滑稽ة.

💡Poaching

Poaching يشير إلى صيد الحيوانات الواردة بشكل غير قانوني. في النص، يحاول Paddington مكافحة الفساد والحميات التي تحاول سرقة بيض العظم، مما يظهر مدى علاقته بالطبيعة و他对保护野生动物的热情.

💡DIY (Do-It-Yourself)

DIY هو عبارة عن مفهوم عمل الأشياء بنفسك. في النص، يحاول Paddington إعداد هدايا لعيد الميلاد من خلال برنامج DIY يدعى "Make it Yourself"، مما يظهر مدى قواه الابتكار والإبداع.

💡Christmas

عيد الميلاد هو عيد تقليد يحتفل به المسيحيين بولادة المسيح. في النص، يحاول Paddington إعداد هدايا خاصة بهذه المناسبة، مما يظهر الأهمية الثقافي والاجتماعي لهذا العيد في حياة الشخصيات.

💡Tea

الشاي هو شراب شهي شائع في إنجلترا. في النص، يشير مراد القول إلى الشاي كجزء من الثقافة البريطانية ويظهر أن Paddington يطلب الشاي في وقت محدد من الأحداث، مما يشير إلى روتين الشاي في الحياة اليومية.

💡Crocodiles

الCrocodiles هي نوع من الحيوانات الحية، ويُعد من الأحيان مخلوقات خيفة. في النص، يشير Paddington إلى أن ال krokodil يحب المارمالد، وهو مثال على الاستخدام الإبداعي للمعلومات لحل مشاكل.

💡Egg Poaching

Egg poaching يشير إلى تقنية الطهي لبيض البيض بدون ال-shell_. ومع ذلك، في النص، يستخدم Paddington المصطلح بشكل مشتق للتعبير عن محاولات حماية بيض العظم من الساق، مما يظهر استخدام الكلمات بطريقة مبتذلة.

💡Painting

الرسم هو عمل فني يتضمن استخدام الألوان لإنشاء صور. في النص، يحاول Paddington تحسين لوحة رسوم من العائلة الكريمة، مما يظهر مدى قواه الابتكار والقدرة على الابتكار في الحلول.

💡Jigsaw Puzzle

Jigsaw puzzle هو لعبة تتضمن تجميع قطع صغيرة من الخشب أو الكرتون لتشكيل صورة كبيرة. في النص، يستخدم Paddington اللغز الigsaw كفكرة لصنع هدية، مما يظهر مدى احترافه في الابتكار وصنع الهدايا.

Highlights

The bear Paddington arrives in England and is taken in by the Brown family, starting a new life in Windsor Gardens.

Paddington is described as always doing his best to help everyone and finding ways to land on his feet.

Arnold Parker, a golf pro, praises Paddington's technique and finish in golf, something rarely seen.

Paddington accidentally breaks Mr. Curry's window while trying to retrieve a golf ball, leading to a humorous interaction.

Mr. Curry offers Paddington a job as his caddy for a golf competition, despite the earlier accident.

Paddington struggles with the complexities and terminology of golf, finding it unnecessarily difficult.

Paddington creatively marks Mr. Curry's golf ball with a marmalade chunk to avoid mix-ups.

A dispute arises when Paddington accidentally breaks Mr. Curry's best golf club, leading to a humorous exchange.

Mr. Brown wins a new set of golf clubs as a prize and generously plans to give them to Mr. Curry.

Paddington and Mr. Brown discuss the beauty and diversity of African wildlife, including the threat from poachers.

Paddington takes it upon himself to protect eggs from poachers, showing his bravery and resourcefulness.

Ranger Paddington successfully thwarts a group of egg poachers, rescuing Mr. Gruber and Ranger Adambay.

Paddington's actions lead to a shift in attitudes, with the group deciding against eating eggs for the rest of their stay in Africa.

The Make It Yourself show inspires Paddington to create handmade Christmas gifts for his loved ones.

Paddington ingeniously transforms a discarded painting into a unique jigsaw puzzle gift for Mr. Curry.

Mr. Curry initially reacts negatively to the painting-turned-puzzle, but Paddington's intentions are good-hearted.

The Make It Yourself show features the restoration of the painting by Paddington, turning it into a valuable piece.

Paddington's thoughtful gesture of sending a new copy of the painting to its original owner is highlighted.

Transcripts

00:02

left peru and sailed to england alone

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there he met the browns and they took

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him home

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now a new life has begun he's windsor

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garden's favorite son

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cause he always does his best to help

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everyone

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when a problem appears he never misses a

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beat

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and always finds a way to land on his

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feet

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has his very own unique point of view

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looks at everything as if it's brand new

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he is friendly and polite and he tries

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to do things right

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but he gets in sticky messes just the

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same

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he's curious and speaks his mind but

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trouble's never far behind it's

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paddington

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brilliant shot

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what are your comments arnold parker

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well all the years i've been a golf pro

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i've hardly ever seen a better display

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of technique and finish

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i had broken something and i didn't even

01:25

hit the ball whatever was that horrible

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noise

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it's that mr curry he's practicing his

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golf game for this weekend's open

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tournament

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and he's broken his own window

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seeing how i was trying to learn about

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golf i thought it might be good to watch

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someone play in the flesh

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this knot hole usually gave a very good

01:56

view of mr curry's garden

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but something was blocking it

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did you do that on purpose oh no mr

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curry i was only trying to unblock the

02:09

hole if i'd known you were there i would

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have done it much more gently

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i was looking for my golf ball it went

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into your garden

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it couldn't have gone too far mr curry

02:22

found it but

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i think you'll be in trouble with mr

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brown he's very fond of his tomato

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plants

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if people don't take the trouble to

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build their fences high enough they must

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expect these things

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bear i need a caddy for the golf

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competition tomorrow if you're

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interested i might not report you for

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nearly poking my eye out a caddy

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oh

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wonderful the first thing to do is fill

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my golf bag with my cubs in the proper

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order

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the driver the three woods six irons

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sand wedge pitching wedge for the short

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game and of course the putter

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that's settled then i'll see you on the

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links at two o'clock shop thank you mr

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curry i don't think i've ever been on a

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lynx before

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links

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caddy

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of all the silly types of games that

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people like to play there's really

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nothing quite as hard as what we'll do

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today

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to golf you need a set of clubs in a bag

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strapped on your back a different club

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for every stroke just to give the ball a

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whack a par birdie hole in one boogie

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eagle or four you need a dictionary just

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to keep the score i guess golf is a

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simple game you only have one goal to

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hit the ball with your strokes and put

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it in the hole let's put it in the hole

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they have a giant sandbox where groom

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men have a fit

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how about this little white ball that

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they can't seem to hit a cat he carries

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all the clubs and never gets to play i'd

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rather sit here on the green and eat

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some marmalade i guess golf is a simple

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game if you only have one goal

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to hit the ball with your strokes and

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put it in the hole and put it in the

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hole let's put it in the hole

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mr curry told me i've got to keep sight

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of his ball after he hits it so i

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decided a marmalade chunk would make it

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impossible to mix his ball up with

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anyone else's

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oops

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my driver i'll i'll

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perhaps we could tie the two ends

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together tie them together i shall make

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you pay for that bear that was my best

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club

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if anyone is owed an apology it's this

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young bear and if this is your best club

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i must say i wouldn't care to see your

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worst it's all rusty yeah my name's

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parker arnold parker i'm acting isn't

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official here this afternoon

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thank you very much mr parker my name's

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brown paddington brown arnold parker

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the golf pro

04:59

i was only joking

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this is just my practice set of clubs

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bear do you happen to have my tea handy

05:06

i'll be right back mr curry

05:09

your team is the curry the clubhouse

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said you could pay for it after the

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tournament pay for it

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i didn't mean that sort of tea i meant

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the kind you placed the ball on no

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nevermind

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now stand clear

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oh dear i think you've trodden on the

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sandwich mr brown was kind enough to

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bring you

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why you bear

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i'll show i want to get my hands on you

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it's all your fault

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leaving marmalade sandwiches lying

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around like that nonsense if you hadn't

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thrown it down in the first place it

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never would have happened perhaps i

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could take your place in the competition

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mr curry there's no reason why not i

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don't say anything in the rules about

06:03

bears being bad mind you make a good job

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of it bear

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you'll have to reimburse my entrance fee

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this is a new competitor the crowd is

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breathless with anticipation

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address the ball properly mr brown

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address the ball

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but i don't even have any stamps

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yes well try again

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and bring your stance closer to it

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five

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is paddington yeah

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it's

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hmm

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a marmalade chunk

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no you can't trust anyone today

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famed golf pro arnold parker

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well i've never seen anything like it

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getting through an 18-hole golf course

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in one swing it must be a world record

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ladies and gentlemen i present to you

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the winner of this year's open

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tournament muddington blown

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and i present to you mr brown the grand

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prize

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the brand new set of golf clubs thank

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you very much mr parker i'm going to

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give these golf clubs to my neighbor mr

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curry after all i did break his best

07:45

club

07:46

incredible i can't believe my luck

07:54

and i do so hope he's all right

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i'm glad we're up here or not down there

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mr gruber i would have to agree mr brown

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those are wildebeest the thunder of the

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planes and they'll make the perfect

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picture for your book the world and its

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wonders mr gruber if only they would

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stay still for a moment patience mr

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brown

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things move at a different pace here in

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africa

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everything comes to those who wait

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waiting is the hardest part the

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diversity of species is hard to believe

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from anteaters to zebras but despite the

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efforts of nature lovers like ourselves

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animals continue to disappear each day

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poachers are the big

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problem poachers

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like for eggs

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even egg poachers nothing is safe

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the villains are always on the lookout

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to take what they can

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ranger tombe is right mr brown it has

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become a very serious matter

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i could tell that it was

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so that night i decided to do something

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about it

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i would protect our eggs from the

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poachers

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even if mr gruber prefers his scramble

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but then i remembered that ranger

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odumbai said the villains are always on

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the lookout to take what they can so i

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intended to take extra special care

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if those egg poachers try anything

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they'll have ranger paddington to deal

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with

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oh

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who goes there

10:00

there was someone out there

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luckily back home in the jungles of

10:08

darkest peru my aunt lucy had taught me

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how to move through the forest quietly

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and unseen ah what a steal

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this ostrich egg is worth a fortune egg

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poachers

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i had to tell ranger a dumbay

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oh

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ah good morning mr brown did you sleep

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well

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mr brown

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mr brown is gone but to where

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who knows but we must find him before he

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goes too far

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i also got my keen sense of direction

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from aunt lucy and i was certain our

10:50

camp was through here

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on second thoughts

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oh dear

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i hope that ostrich doesn't think i took

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her egg

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one good peck from her and i'd have a

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headache for days

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on the other hand if i'd laid an egg

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that size and it was stolen i'd be upset

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too

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if everybody went around stealing

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ostrich eggs there soon wouldn't be any

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left and that would be the end of

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ostriches

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tire marks poachers are in the area

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oh i hope they haven't found mr brown

11:44

can you tell which way they

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went get us down

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it was mr gruber and ranger adam bay

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they were in some kind of danger

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it was up to ranger paddington to save

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them

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well now this is quite a catch you're

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both under arrest

12:30

you won't get away with this

12:33

mr gruber is very close

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and so are you

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not many people know crocodiles like

12:47

marmalade

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that's something else aunt lucy taught

12:51

me

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this all looks very serious

13:00

poaching is a crime you will be punished

13:03

you should be ashamed

13:06

this ostrich will fetch us a fortune and

13:08

there's no one about to stop us

13:12

just as i suspected

13:15

release mr gruber and ranger odumbe you

13:18

egg poachers run mr brown get help

13:22

do you see what i see he'll be worth a

13:24

fortune to the right customer grab him

13:35

that's nuts

13:37

well done mr brown

13:39

but look out you'll pay for that bear

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oh

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only when you're locked up safe and

14:03

sound i'm so glad i found you mr grouper

14:06

i had quite a time what with all the egg

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poaching going on

14:10

egg poaching yes i was guarding our

14:13

breakfast eggs when i saw these men with

14:15

this poor ostrich's egg

14:19

egg poachers oh mr brown you never cease

14:23

to amaze me bears certainly do have a

14:26

way of landing on their paws don't they

14:29

that's what mrs bird always says mr

14:30

gruber

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mr gruber i think i've managed to find

14:34

the perfect photograph to take for your

14:36

book the world and its wonders

14:39

this is all very

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egg

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sighting

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after that day's experience we decided

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that for breakfast we would only have

14:51

fruit and toast during the rest of our

14:52

stay in africa

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and i think that was a very good

14:57

decision indeed

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dear aunt lucy how i miss the simple

15:04

christmases in darkest peru here in

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england christmas is like a jigsaw

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puzzle every time you get someone a

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present you fill in a piece

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when you have all your presents you

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finished the puzzle

15:17

it's getting the presents that's the

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hard part

15:20

this year i've decided to take the

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advice of my favorite television show

15:25

and make all of mine

15:26

the program's called make it yourself

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in the last show they told us to find

15:31

some wood set out some tools and mix up

15:34

some paste in the kitchen but they

15:36

didn't say anything about the mess

15:42

welcome to the best in do-it-yourself

15:44

programming it's the make-it-yourself

15:47

show

15:47

with your hosts john and jeremy

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okay everyone at home have you got

15:53

everything ready got your paste

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yes

15:56

got your wood and your tools and your

15:58

paper patterns all neatly organized

16:01

yes

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so are we ready to begin

16:05

remember safety first so safety glasses

16:08

everyone

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by the end of the show i had almost

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filled in the whole of my christmas

16:15

puzzle we hope you had as much fun as we

16:18

did now let's see what we've made shall

16:20

we two trinket boxes for mrs brown and

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judy

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rack for jonathan

16:28

a useful spoon for stirring mrs bird

16:31

will like that

16:32

and a toothbrush holder

16:34

for mr brown

16:36

now be sure to clean up otherwise you'll

16:39

be in trouble and until next time make

16:42

it yourself

16:48

i had done it but i still needed to make

16:50

a gift for jan and jeremy the make it

16:53

yourself team the only question was

16:56

what

16:59

then i noticed that if i wanted to i

17:01

could put the piece back into mr brown's

17:03

toothbrush holder and make a small towel

17:05

rack

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and that's when an even better idea

17:09

struck me

17:10

i would make them a puzzle

17:13

but what to make it from

17:20

a glance outside gave me my answer

17:24

for mr curry appeared to be throwing out

17:26

the very thing i needed

17:31

yes what is it i'm a busy man today

17:34

mr curry i wonder since you seem to be

17:36

finished with that i'm not finished i'm

17:38

only just beginning i have lots more to

17:40

do before i'm finished yes but i wonder

17:42

if i might

17:43

that is christmas is coming and whatever

17:46

it is fine i wish you luck now leave me

17:48

to my work

17:51

thank you very much

17:54

i couldn't believe my good fortune the

17:56

painting was even stuck to a sheet of

17:58

plywood it would make the perfect puzzle

18:20

ah

18:21

now for the finishing touch

18:23

a present for you

18:28

there i've made all my gifts

18:37

thieves

18:39

dragons bandits

18:43

bear did you notice any suspicious

18:45

characters while you were prowling

18:46

around my house

18:49

a present for you

18:51

a present for me

18:53

you got me a present bear

18:56

actually it's a christmas present a

18:58

christmas present i must say bear i'm

19:01

very touched let's open it now shall we

19:04

you don't understand it's meant for a

19:06

jigsaw and home made of that fancy you

19:10

get all that trouble for me actually i

19:12

didn't really go to any trouble for you

19:14

you've made me feel much better there

19:17

i'm upset you see because of what

19:18

happened while i was cleaning my hall

19:20

this afternoon

19:21

cleaning i'd stood all the things

19:23

outside while i was working and guess

19:25

what happened

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you mean you weren't throwing things out

19:29

someone stole a priceless painting hard

19:32

to believe isn't it oh i believe you mr

19:34

carrie perhaps you should finish the

19:36

jigsaw later nonsense it's starting to

19:39

take shape

19:41

that's what i was afraid of

19:44

bear i can't see to do my jigsaw oh

19:46

that's good i i mean my painting

19:50

this is my painting bear

19:53

what's the meaning of this where are you

19:55

come back here

20:00

get away from there they're eye things

20:03

leave them alone

20:07

thankfully aunt lucy it appeared mr

20:09

curry didn't like jan and jeremy's

20:11

present after all

20:17

i felt badly about his painting and