Me: So how did it go in London?
Nell: They’re sleeping so whisper.
Me: Is Dave still being Considered?
Nell: Yes. He did extremely well on Disguise but stumbled on Avoiding Temptation as expected.
Me: Was it a scone?
Nell: No, much worse.
Me: Not a sausage?
Nell: No. A bacon sandwich.
Me: Dave loves a bacon sandwich.
Nell: Yes. He was sent in disguised as a vegetarian builder.
Me: Was he dressed as a builder?
Nell: Of course, he was wearing a hard hat and a belt.
Me: Kev wears a belt and he isn’t a builder
Nell: No, a tool belt. But that isn’t the point. Everyone was eating bacon sandwiches and they left one on the table.
Me: Oh no.
Nell: He managed a few minutes but then he simply couldn’t resist.
Me: Oh dear.
Nell: He only ate half though, so it wasn’t a complete fail.
Me: It sort of was.
Nell: Sally has agreed to start him on something easier next time like cheese.
Me: Yes, he was thrown in the deep end.
Nell: No water was involved.
Me: Shame. Dave would have sailed through that. See what I did there?
Nell: Do stop.
Me: What about The Cat and Gladys?
Nell: They both failed at Keeping a Low Profile.
Me: Why am I not surprised?
Nell: Gladys was supposed to be a shy builder but you don’t start contemporary dancing if you’re trying to be inconspicuous.
Nell: And The Cat insisted on sequins and feathers.
Me: Oh dear.
Nell: But their Distraction Skills were outstanding. They allowed Harriet to quietly film what she needed to, without anyone noticing.
Me: You don’t mean they were actually on a proper mission?
Nell: Of course they were. Sally wasn’t going to waste resources.
Me: No, of course not. Sorry.