The Amazing Prof Parrot.pdf
I am your cousin and I live in the city.
How do you know I live in the city?
No, forget that.
How do I know I am your cousin?
I mean, how do you know – em!
Wait a minute.
How do we know anything?
Oh, I wish Professor Parrot were here!
I – No!
What? ... what I mean to say is, how do
you know we’re cousins?
Well anyway, this bloke comes to the door.
No, I think it was a Wednesday.
Anyway – very strange. Very strange
Well, I’m not strange at all.
I’m your cousin!
Of course we’re cousins.
Who do you think you are?
You don’t think I’d just walk in here and –
So you say.
Well, as far as I’m concerned you could
be anybody. The man in the moon!
You have to be very careful these days.
I don’t like the way you said that.
Are you married?
There are a lot of funny people around.
Let’s not go there, Cousin.
Funny, you mean – like this?
Cousin, you say, eh?
How can I be sure?
No, stop doing that.
That’s not funny.
I mean, really strange people.
Did I ever tell you about the guy that came
to the door last Thursday?
We haven’t seen each other for years but –
look at your nose.
You never told me nothin’.
We’ve just met.
I – I – can’t see it all that well.
What about my nose?