Still On Pause

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So have you been filming your Angry Old Woman, dear?   “No, Mum. I’ve been drawing an animation for a LoopdeLoop challenge. The theme of this one is “Fear”.

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Fear? Well that’s typical of you dear, I must say. Who in their right mind would want to make a cartoon about fear? … Apart from you of course.

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The Audience Interacts

“Do you think the man knows about his Inner Father?”  How would I know? You’d have to ask him. “Supposing they don’t know about their Inner Mothers and Fathers… but the Inner Parents know about each other, they look as if they do.”

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 Gordon Bennett. What are you talking about now?  I just don’t understand you sometimes. I don’t, really.  

“I know… You used to tell me that quite often.”

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Tea Causes Argument

“I’m sorry, Mum. You can’t drink a cup of tea. You’re dead.”

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I like a cup of tea. I’ve always liked a cup of tea. And I want one now. And if I’m dead, I can jolly well do what I want.  “No, you can’t.”  Yes, I can.  “Prove it.”  Prove what?  “That you can do anything you want now you’re dead. Go on… Make a cup of tea.”

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