“Never say ‘Rabbi’ in a boat!”
Owan: Never say ‘rabbi’ in a boat.
Duloe: Rabbi? It should be ‘rabbit’, never say ‘rabbit’ in a boat; though, saying that, saying ‘rabbit’ in a boat doesn’t make much sense either, but it makes more sense than ‘rabbi’.
Owan: Yes. But, what should I be saying in a boat?
Duloe: ‘Land ahoy! Raise anchor! Shiver me timbers!’
Owan: When was the last time you went on a boat? 1780?
Duloe: I come from a long line of seafarers – it says so on my family tree. My father went to sea at Newquay, as did his brother, and my mother, too. Until they got bored and gave it up.
Owan: Your parents were ‘surfers’ and they went in the sea at Newquay to surf – with a surf ‘board’.
Duloe: How do you know all this stuff?
Owan: Because we are brothers.
Duloe: Oh. Did your parents also go to sea, then?
Their dog then proceeded to jump overboard.