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Cameron Diaz1972830 16199497


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Amazing! lt finally looks like a hit. And that is why they pay you the big bucks. l think we should just go back to the original cut on the end. lt's so much stronger. l agree. And make Christmas Day twice as big, but try it in a red. Like, a happy red, not, like, a Scorsese red. Happy red. Okay, so we're done. -Okay. -All right! Hey, you know, let's just take off for a few weeks. Yeah. What do you mean, Yeah ? l'm not kidding. You always say that this is our busiest time. l need to get out of town. You know, l think l need some peace and quiet, or whatever it is people go away for. You know what l really want to do? l want to eat carbs without wanting to kill myself. You know, l want to read a book, not just a magazine. An actual book. For years l read these reviews, l buy the books, but l never read them. Did you read that article in <The New York Times> last Sunday? Severe stress makes women age prematurely, because stress causes the DNA in our cells to shrink until they can no longer replicate. So when we're stressed, we look haggard. This is just women, not men. l'm sorry. And remember when they used to say that single women over the age of 35 were more likely to be killed by a terrorist than to get married? Okay, that was horrible, but now our generation is also not getting married and, bonus, real terrorists actually became part of our lives so the stress of it all shows up on our faces, making us look haggard while Ethan goes on looking cute forever and seeing his 24-year-old receptionist! Oh, my God! See what l mean? l need a vacation.


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-Amazing! lt finally looks like a hit. -And that is why they pay you the big bucks. -l think we should just go back to the original cut on the end. lt's so much stronger. -l agree. -And make Christmas Day twice as big, but try it in a red. Like, a happy red, not, like, a Scorsese red. -Happy red. -Okay, so we're done. -Okay. -All right!

And that is why they pay you the big bucks. Big bucks==a lot of money


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Hey, you know, let's just take off for a few weeks. Yeah. What do you mean, Yeah ? l'm not kidding. You always say that this is our busiest time. l need to get out of town. You know, l think l need some peace and quiet, or whatever it is people go away for. You know what l really want to do? l want to eat carbs without wanting to kill myself. You know, l want to read a book, not just a magazine. An actual book. For years l read these reviews, l buy the books, but l never read them. Did you read that article

Hey, you know, lets just take off for a few weeks.

e.g. take the day/morning/afternoon off take sth off , , , ,

l want to eat carbs without wanting to kill myself. Carb=carbohydrate


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in <The New York Time> last Sunday? Severe stress makes women age prematurely, because stress causes the DNA in our cells to shrink until they can no longer replicate. So when we're stressed, we look haggard. This is just women, not men.

Shrink 1. v.

To become reduced in amount or value; dwindle: His savings quickly shrank. The dress shrank when I washed it. 2.n. psychiatrist

Replicate v.

To duplicate, copy, reproduce, or repeat. Haggard a.

Looking tired and unhappy, esp from worry, lack of sleep,etc

She looked haggard after a sleepless night.


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And remember when they used to say that single women over the age of 35 were more likely to be killed by a terrorist than to get married? Okay, that was horrible, but now our generation is also not getting married and, bonus, real terrorists actually became part of our lives so the stress of it all shows up on our faces, making us look haggard while Ethan goes on looking cute forever and shtupping his 24-year-old receptionist! Oh, my God! See what l mean? l need a vacation.

bonus n.

e.g. Company employees received a $25 Christmas bonus.

shtup vt. Yiddish


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Jude Law

1972

1229

185cm


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l feel awful now. Would you mind if l sat? l feel like l might bump into you. Sure. Yeah. Sit. Oh, God. -You okay? -Yeah. l'm good. Look, l'm sorry about the intrusion. Although l may not appear it, l am, in fact, lris' semi-respectable big brother. But on the rare, or lately not so rare, occasion that l frequent the local pub and get inordinately pissed, my little sister puts me up so l don't get behind the wheel. Pathetic explanation, but, unfortunately, it's become a bit of a routine. So how's it going so far? l mean, up until l showed up and ruined your night. Well, it's not going so great. Yeah, l'm leaving tomorrow on a noon plane. -Oh. When did you get here? -About six hours ago. We've made a great impression on you, haven't we? No, it's not that. lt's just that, you know, l'm not quite myself right now. l came here on a stupid whim. Honestly, l've never thought about anything less. lt's very unlike me. Would you like something to drink? Glass of water? Tea? Wine, maybe? l think there's a bottle of brandy. -You fancy a glass? -Sure. Good. So, l'm sorry, l've totally blanked and forgotten your name. Amanda. So, Amanda, you're not married, are you? Why? Do l look not married? No, it was just a backwards way of asking if you were married. No, not at all. Don't know what that means. l mean, no, l'm not married. Me, either. Here you go. -Cheers. -Cheers.


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-l feel awful now. Would you mind if l sat? l feel like l might bump into you. -Sure. Yeah. Sit. -Oh, God. -You okay?

bump into sb

e.g. Guess who I ~ today?


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Yeah. l'm good. Look, l'm sorry about the intrusion. Although l may not appear it, l am, in fact, lris' semi-respectable big brother. But on the rare, or lately not so rare, occasion that l frequent the local pub and get inordinately pissed, my little sister puts me up so l don't get behind the wheel. Pathetic explanation, but, unfortunately, it's become a bit of a routine. So how's it going so far? l mean, up until l showed up and ruined your night.

Intrusion The act of intruding or the condition of being intruded on. e.g.The film star claimed that the police action was an intrusion on her private life.

But on the rare, or lately not so rare, occasion that l frequent the local pub and get inordinately pissed

Inordinately excessively ad.

Pissed a. Intoxicated; drunk.

Frequent Occurring or appearing quite often or at close intervals: Tourists frequent the old temple at the suburbs of the city.

Put sb up Behind/at the wheel

e.g. Who was at the wheel when the car crashed?

Pathetic a.


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Well, it's not going so great. Yeah, l'm leaving tomorrow on a noon plane. -Oh. When did you get here? -About six hours ago. We've made a great impression on you, haven't we? No, it's not that. lt's just that, you know, l'm not quite myself right now. l came here on a stupid whim. Honestly, l've never thought about anything less. lt's very unlike me. Would you like something to drink? Glass of water? Tea? Wine, maybe?

Be not quite oneself

Whim A sudden or capricious idea; a fancy, , , ,


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You fancy a glass? -Sure. Good. So, l'm sorry, l've totally blanked and forgotten your name. Amanda.

Fancy v. want

e.g. What do you fancy for supper?

Blank a.

e.g. My mind/memory went blank.


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So, Amanda, you're not married, are you? Why? Do l look not married? No, it was just a backwards way of asking if you were married. No, not at all. Don't know what that means. l mean, no, l'm not married. Me, either. Here you go. -Cheers. -Cheers.

Backward a.

e.g. 1. a backward part of the country

2. she was rather backward as a child, she was nearly three before she could walk


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Thank you for your attention!

Jessie


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A Ditty

My true-love hath my heart, and I have his,

By just exchange one for another given;

I hold his dear, and mine he cannot miss,

There never was a better bargain driven;

My true-love hath my hear, and I have his,

His heart in my keeps him and me in one,

My heart in him his thoughts and senses guides:

He loves my heart, for once it was his own,

I cherish his because in me it bides:

My true-love hath my heart, and I have his.


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