Nell: How can anyone let their hair get like that?
Me: Dog Marley was made that way. In fact he might even be Hungarian.
Nell: Hungarian? Don’t be ridiculous. He’s from Jamaica.
Me: He might be putting on a Jamaican accent. It goes with his music.
Me: Anyone can do that. Even you.
Nell: I don’t do accents.
Me: Ok. I’m going to ask you a question and you answer with ‘beer can’.
Nell: I don’t like beer.
Me: What’s David’s favourite food?
Nell: Beer can.
Me: Beer can sandwiches to be exact. See, we’re both talking like Jamaicans.
Nell: Good grief.
Me: At least the dreadlocks are keeping Dog Marley warm now the weather’s changed.
Nell: Don’t start talking about the weather. I’ve been listening to ‘Sunshine Reggae’ all morning.
Me: I knew you’d enjoy it.
Nell: Not intentionally. Gladys asked Dog Marley to accompany Glide with Gladys.
Me: Was it good?
Nell: I have no idea. I’ve better things to do than watch Llamas limboing.
Me: I’m surprised they can.
Nell: Llamas are much bendier than people think.
Me: Poppy seems attached to her dreadlocks.
Nell: It’s the hat she likes. The dreadlocks come with it.
Me: Yours doesn’t.
Nell: Rupert made mine. Poppy got hers from somewhere else.
Me: At least that explains the Beefies.
Nell: What do you mean?
Me: I was wondering how they kept their dreadlocks on.
Nell: Don’t tell me they’ve got them too.
Me: Of course they have. Now I know they’re attached to their hats it all makes sense.
Nell: Naughty Nigel has a lot to answer for. Where is he?
Me: Asleep on the yellow chair.
Nell: I think I might join him.
Me: I’m not sure there’s room for two.
Nell: For a sleep.
Me: Yes. Sorry.