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[explaining why she never did exercise
: In the sixties, we were too stoned to jog. In the seventies, we had platform shoes. Justin
: That high. Eddie
: and in the eighties... Justin
: Brain cells destroyed in the sixties. See, you know, she can't remember. The Age of the Punk. Eddie
: Yes, punk darling. We were too busy putting pins through our noses. Saffie
: But you were too old to be a punk, weren't you? Eddie
: Darling, I was a punk. Saffie
: I know.
: Don't let her torture you, Eddy. I mean, she ruined your figure in the first place. Eddie
: Exactly! Patsy
: She's the one who turned you into this potato that we see before us. Justin
: Now, now, now, now! That's unfair. I mean, I liked you when you were sort of heavier. You know, you were more umm... umm cuddly. Eddie
: Oh, God! I'm sick! Patsy
: I'm going to throw up. Justin
: I mean, tough, really tough. Really tough. Patsy
: Let's go. Eddie
: We'll go on a public transport, Pats. Patsy
: Are you mad? I've got nothing to wear on public transport. Eddie
: Yes, but sweetie, I will not have my daughter thinking she's so great, because she can use public transport. Anybody can use public transport, darling! Saffie
: I know. That's the point. Eddie
: Come on, Pats. I'll go and get that... map thing I always use. You know, the "A to Street Map" thing-book. Come on!
: Malcolm and I just frightened her into slimming things down a little bit. Justin
: Oh, she's not a good slimmer, sweetie. I mean she could eat air and put on weight. Saffie
: Yes, well I intend to keep her thinking she's poor for a while. It mat cut out the worst of her excesses.