David sings for his supper

Me: Was that Dave I heard singing with the Welsh corgi choir this morning?

Nell: Yes. David has a lovely rich baritone voice.

Me: Tony says he should get as much experience singing in public as he can.

Nell: Is ‘Food, Glorious Food’ really the right choice for Sunday songs, though?

Me: There’s nothing like a good musical and everyone’s hungry on a Sunday.

Nell: Yes. Poppy is cooking roast beef for Sunday lunch with Yorkshire puddings.

Me: Mutley’s favourite.

Nell: I know. The recipe is in the book.

Me: I do hope the book will finally be delivered here in the UK. Everyone is being so patient and supportive.

Nell: They are. We are nearly at 50 reviews on Amazon US.

Me: People are so kind.

Nell: We’re all in this together you know. Like family.

Me: Yes, we

are. I wish Benjamin wasn’t a Beefy.

Nell: We all do. I was talking to Rupert and he has an interesting theory about Benjamin’s allergies.

Me: What is it?

Nell: Well, you know how much better he was getting?

Me: Yes, he wasn’t sneezing much at all.

Nell: Then he suddenly went downhill when he started working as a travelling salesbird.

Me: Do you think he’s allergic to Gull No 5?

Nell: In a way. Rupert thinks he’s allergic to Beefies.

Me: But he is one.

Nell: I know.

Me: Well, he’s got to stop being one then.

Nell: I’m not sure he can.

Me: Gosh. This is the ‘Sound of Music’ all over again, isn’t it?

Nell: I beg your pardon?

Me: Benjamin is like Maria. He shouldn’t be a nun.

Nell: Good grief.

Me: In the film the kind Mother Superior lets Maria go but Stephen Seagull isn’t kind.

Nell: And Benjamin isn’t a nun.

Me: No. Sorry.

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