THE ONE WITH THE MALE NANNY :)
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Ross and Rachel's apartment. They're interviewing Sandy.
Sandy: I really do understand how hard it's gotta be to leave your child with another person. I mean, it's leaving behind a piece of your heart...
Rachel: Sandy, that's exactly what it is...
Ross: Are you gay?
Sandy: It's okay. I get that a lot doing what I do. But I am straight. I'm engaged actually.
Sandy: Her name is Deliah.
Rachel: Oh, that's pretty.
Ross: So you're just like a... guy who's a nanny?
Sandy: I realize how it's... a bit unorthodox for some people, but I really believe, the most satisfying thing you can do with your life, is take care of a child.
Sandy: Like in my last job, I met Daniel when he was three weeks old. And I got to watch him grow into this awesome person... When I left, I said: I'll see you soon... And he said to me: Skdandy... That was his name for me... I'll see you every day... right in...
Ross: Yeah, kids say all kinds of crap.
Rachel: Oh God, she must need her diaper changed.
Sandy: Oh, oh, I can do it for her, if you want...
Rachel: Oh, that would be great! I love him, I love him, I love him...
Ross: Oh, come on, Rach, he's a guy!
Rachel: So wh..? He's smart, he's qualified. Give me one good reason we shouldn't try him out.
Ross: Because, it's weird!
Ross: What kind of job is that for a man? A nanny? It's like if a woman wanted to be...
Sandy: I er... I hope you don't mind. I used some of my home-made lotion on Emma. It's a mixture of calendula and honey cream. It'll dry that rash right up. Plus... It keeps the hands young...
Rachel: Please? Yes! Sandy you're hired.
Sandy: That's great! I'm sorry. It's just... such an emotional thing when you're welcomed into a new family...
Rachel: Oooh... come here.
Ross: You gotta be at least bi...
to leave behind [tu liːv bɪˈhaɪnd] - maga mögött hagy
exactly [ɪɡˈzæktli] – pontosan
gay [ɡeɪ] - meleg, homoszexuális
straight [streɪt] – heteroszexuális
engaged [ɪnˈɡeɪdʒd] - el van jegyezve
actually [ˈæktʃuəli] – valójában
nanny [ˈnæni] – bébiszitter
unorthodox [ˌʌnˈɔːθədɒks] - liberális szellemű
satisfying [ˈsætɪsfaɪɪŋ] - kielégítő
to take care of somebody [tu teɪk keər əv ˈsʌmbədi] - gondoskodni valakiről
to grow into [tu ɡrəʊ ˈɪntə] - valamivé nő/felnő
awesome [ˈɔːsəm] - csodálatos, lenyűgöző
crap [kræp] - badarság, hülyeség
to change a diaper [tu tʃeɪndʒ ə ˈdaɪəpə] - pelenkát cserélni
smart [smɑːt] - ügyes, derék
qualified [ˈkwɒlɪfaɪd] – szakképzett
to give somebody a reason [tu ɡɪv ˈsʌmbədi ə ˈriːzən] - okot ad valakinek valamire
weird [wɪəd] – furcsa
home-made [ˈhəʊm meɪd] - házi készítésű
calendula [-] – körömvirág
rash [ræʃ] – kiütés
emotional [ɪˈməʊʃn̩əl] - érzelgős, érzelmes
bi [bi] – biszexuális