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I have three sisters, and when I was a
and only one
of my sisters was at home, she’s five years older than me. We had an interesting
relationship. We didn’t get on very well at all.
And at home we
bred the rabbits for meat, and this meat would then be sold to the butchers. And
of these rabbits there was only one male, and he
to me, he was..he
. And my
sisters had to look after the other rabbits, and each of them had their own… if
you like… there own personal rabbit that was
a pet to them.
But none of these rabbits were safe. None of these rabbits were…were
. They were all…we
only had the one male, so we had to keep him for breeding. But the females were
all the rest, and so sooner or later they would be
And one day we sat down to
. And my..my
mother had prepared a stew. And my sister was sat
me at the table,
and was really enjoying the stew, and said ‘Oh and that’s really
. What is it?’
And she didn’t know what it was, and I did know what this stew was about. And I
gleefully, really pleased to say ‘Ha! It’s Cally.
She was gutted.
to breed = reproducirse (pasado – bred)
butcher = carnicero
to lean = ladear(se), inclinar(se)
gleefully = con júbilo to be gutted = ser apenado, muy triste