Nuts in May

Genre: Comedy, Short
30 min

one for the maximum temperature

and one for the minimum temperature.

What's that, Keith?

It's a little magnet,

one uses it to reset the metal indices.


The important thing, of course,

is to maintain a dietary balance.

Mmm. We're having our protein

in the beans, aren't we?

That's right, body-building proteins.

We had cheese at lunchtime

and we're having

haricot beans for our evening meal.

-Are we having salad for lunch?

-That's right.

What's the treat?


-Raw mushrooms?

-That's right.

-Mmm, my favourite.

-And onion and nut roast for supper?

-Boiled jacket potatoes.

Vitamin C in their skins.

Yogurt to follow and cocoa at bedtime.

-I'm very happy, Keith.

-Yes, so am I.

-Good night.

-Good night.

Kiss Prudence.

Good night.

-Look at that, Corfe Castle!


The castle was besieged by Cromwell

and his treacherous forces.

-Where are the dungeons, Keith?


-Where are the dungeons?

-Why do you keep on about the dungeons?

'Cause I want to know where they are.

You seem to have a morbid interest

in where the dungeons are.

I don't, Keith. I want to know

where they are, that's all.

-Come along.

-I wish you'd stop rushing, Keith.

Look at that view, look at that!

That's wonderful.

-What's that, Keith?



Oh, that's number four.

Ah, there's number 1 1 .

Now, that's the king's tower.

-Wish I had the guidebook, Keith.

-But why?

Well, how am I supposed to know

what all these numbers are?

Well, I'm telling you, aren't I?

Now, there's number eight over there.

This is the queen's tower.



-Isn't it lovely?

Can you imagine what it must have

been like hundreds of years ago?


All the sort of kings and queens

walking about in all their fineries.

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