Will you tell us why, preferably without any more cheek?
Because I want to leave service.
I want to be a secretary.
You want to leave service?
What's wrong with being in service?
Nothing's wrong with it.
And there's nothing wrong with mending roads, neither,
but it's not what I want to do.
I should remind you that there are plenty of young girls
who will be glad of a position in this house.
And when I hand in my notice I shall be happy
to think one of them will be taking my place.
What makes you think we'll wait till then?
Are you hiring and sacking now, Miss O'Brien?
I thought that lay with Mr Carson and Mrs Hughes.
Enough of this. I'm going to ring the dressing gong
and we'll have no more talk of this tonight.
Can I have my machine back now?
Very well, but I wish I were sure you know what you're doing.
Daisy, what's happened to you?
I said you could go for a drink of water,not a trip up the Nile.
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