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Maybe this is important, Dr Brown, I don't know.
也许这很重要 Brown医生 我不知道
Ever since Nat was born, I've had this recurring dream.
I'm old, sitting in my chair.
I'm not sure which one of us creaks the most.
Sunlight beams through the roof,
a warm breeze drifts in from the garden,
and Nat plays Bach on the piano one last time for her daddy.
And I'm overwhelmed with this feeling that
if everything was to end,
I'd have spent no happier seconds on Earth
than in this perfect stolen moment in my conservatory.
I mean, it would make the perfect music room, wouldn't it, Trish?
这个做音乐室会超棒的啊 你说呢 Trish
Yes, it would. Can we afford it?
Well, I mean, after that pitch,
perhaps the question is, can we afford not to?
Like I said, Ralph, the finance takes care of itself.
如我所说 Ralph 资金问题会自己解决的
Now, if I could just get you to sign. Absolutely.
现在 您可以签合同了吗 当然
I didn't know your daughter played. What grade is she?
Oh, she's top, top grade.
哦 她最高了 最高级
What, grade eight?
I thought grade eight was the top grade?
It is, for most people.
Look, I better let you get on with your day.
Like I said, I will fast track the conservatory,
so you can start enjoying every beam of sunlight this gorgeous summer has to offer us.
Oh, exciting! Very exciting.
Come on, then. Come on, then.
Where do you think you're going? Out.
Well, thank you for the packed information bulletin,
make sure you're back for tea.
Nat, sweetheart, if the couple over the road ask,
can you say you play piano? As if!
Where have you been?
Just saying hello to the new neighbours.
**If I were to say to you, "Can you keep a secret?"*
**Would you know just what to do Or where to keep it?*
**Then I say, "I love you" Foul the situation*
**Hey, girl, I thought we were the right combination...*
*嘿 姑娘 我觉得咱俩天生一对
In the eight months that Essex's answer to Al Capone had been in charge of Cachet,
there's been a lot of changes.
We moved showroom for one.
Believe it or not, a fire broke out at the last one.
**Shoot that poison arrow to my heart...*
The cause, completely unknown.
And our new showroom was clearly doubling up as a nocturnal base
for some of Ronnie's more primitive criminal affairs.
Either that or he was running an S&M playhouse after dark.
Little token of my appreciation.
Also, instead of cash, Ronnie insisted on paying our bonuses
in reclaimed goodies from his debt collection business.
To be honest, I'd have walked by now if it wasn't for the small matter of £50,000
that Ronnie insisted on me paying back to the business.
I guess you lot might call this karma for stitching up Walshy.
Luckily, us salesmen don't believe in such supernatural bullocks
like karma, fate, morality.
比如因果报应 命运 道德
They tend to be a handicap to what we do.
The business itself was still booming,
mainly thanks to the invention of this little beauty.
The PVCu, double-glazed conservatory.
There was only one minor downside
For all Walshy's faults, he did make top-notch windows.
Since he'd left, we had to use new suppliers,
and the quality of our products was dropping faster
than Michael Jackson's face-lift.
Not second, it's the third time you've been around.
Meanwhile, the other half of Cachet's undynamic duo
was beginning to accept his fate in the world of sales.
Peak Personal Performance.
It's a set of technologies designed to help you take control of your life
mentally, physically, emotionally and financially.
精神方面 生理方面 情感方面以及经济方面都有
Now, who wants to tell me their story?
You, sir, in the front row, making notes. Sorry.
你 坐在前排记笔记的先生 抱歉
Cos we've all got a story, right?
Me, I was married at 16, first love,
我 16岁结了婚 初恋
he was captain of the Manchester United under-18s.
Problem was, it wasn't just United he was scoring for.
He was shagging everything in Manchester with a pulse.
So, I found myself divorced at 21,
and I left that marriage with zero qualifications, zero self-esteem,
我离开了这段婚姻 没有任何资格认证 没有一点自尊
and zero effing clue what the future held.
I took my last 300 quid and I booked on one of these courses,
so I was you
sat there, day one, not a clue what to expect,
praying that the loud American on stage
didn't point at me and ask me what my story was.
And I think I was just about to leave
when I heard something that hit me - bam!
It was like a bucket of cold water,
and that message was this
the past does not equal the future.
One month later, I got my first job in sales.
Six months after that, I was headhunted by Everest Windows
to run their North West operation.
A few weeks after that, my ex broke his leg in three places
and had to retire from football.
Yes, you are allowed to cheer.
So, Martin, what's your story?
I left the band of a well-known pop star
just before he had a massive number one hit. Ouch!
Step away from the past, Martin. What do you want out of this?
I want to become better at selling.
And? I feel that my default setting is acceptance.
I need to start taking control of my life.
I want to become more assertive.
And you will make that happen.
Right, who's next?
Gentleman at the back. Tommy?
It's Tony, they fucked the badge up.
Walshy? What do you want from this, Tony?
Walshy吗 你想从这堂课中学到什么 Tony
Well, if life has taught me one thing
it's that salesmen, like haemorrhoids,
are massive pains in my fucking arse that I could well do without.
OK, and what are you hoping to get from this course?
I want to become one.
A salesman, not a haemorrhoid.
Maybe a Jacuzzi, put a little champagne on ice.
The little shit's up next.
Where'd you get a hold of this, Carol?
A friend of mine wanted to try one of those new video dating agencies.
A friend. OK, where do I start?
一个朋友 好 从哪开始呢
I'm Brian, I'm 28 years old.
What the fuck?
I don't know what I'm looking for, really.
I suppose what I'm not looking for is a big, 30st monster
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