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"Fate fucked me over."
CAR HORN BEEPS:
I said "Ignore him," but she said, "Why?"
- We were playing pool. He came over.
He said "Don't worry, I'm a priest."
She thought that was funny.
She laughed. She said, "Would WE do?"
He wanted to put his name down.
I mean, I have done stuff.
I'm supposed to be his godfather.
He'll have no godfather now.
"When the sun shines, we shine together,
"told you I'll be here for ever."
She had sensitive skin.
But that does not mean that I did this.
She lent me her purse to buy pizza.
Look, they asked me over to play pool!
I-I was minding my own business!
I shouldn't even have fucking been there.
"Always grief," she said, "Nottingham."
I remember that.
We lived together. Always.
- Since we were kids.
- CHILDREN GIGGLE
'Since we were kids.'
I said it was "winner stays on".
Erin's the dead one.
She was looking at me.
And they could play, both of them.
'The youngest one, Coleen, she didn't want me there.'
He thought he was funny. A "priest."
"Very dry," he kept saying.
Everything that Erin said, he said it was "very dry."
So, you know, he was being gentlemanly.
He kept on buying her drinks. Us.
So then Erin says, "Let's go and get some pizza."
It must have been, I don't know, 7pm?
Erin said, "Anything, as long as it's not pizza."
- Didn't want to go in. "Would
- go in?" Gives me her purse, right?
POLICE RADIO DISPATCH
So, when he came out, she said, "Give it back."
And he said, "I'll give it back at the flat."
So he knew our address cos he'd seen it on her licence.
She said, "Let's sit here, at the bus stop."
He said, "No, the flat."
He walked off with her bag and the pizzas.
I had a really bad feeling.
They weren't laughing now.
In the lift, it all went quiet.
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