David: Look, if you had any sense you wouldn’t take a lift from a strange man, but I’m a music lover and I’m worried about your cello. So what I propose is you put it in my car and walk along beside me.
David: Ahh. I think it’s a shame he spent so much time in Worcester. Don’t you? Because Worcester’s too near Burmingham and you can hear that in the music. There’s a terrible Brummy accent in there if you listen hard enough. Anyway, Elgar and the Jews don’t mix very well.
The lesson here is simple. Never get into cars with strange men.
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