Dolores is working with the other girls in the laundry. She is
START: And so I says to Alfie, ‘You want to see me bottom drawer?’ He says, ‘Can I?’ So I says, ‘Come up.’ He says, ‘Your Mam’s out,’ and I say, ‘Yeah but it don’t mean your luck’s in.’
END: But it turns out she dyed it red for her twenty-first. ‘Well,’ me Mam says. ‘Looks like I’ll be getting out me needle and thread.’
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Amanda Whittington, Be My Baby, Nick Hern Books, 2014, p.35.
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