Olivia: Hey, Harry! How’s it going?
Harry: Not bad, thanks.
Olivia: Are you a millionaire yet?
Harry: Eh? What? Oh ... Fadi’s “FindLondon” business. Actually it’s going pretty well – we’ve set up a website and now we’re taking lots of enquiries, there’s a lot of interest. But I’m only an investor, you know. It’s not my real job.
Olivia: Sounds even better – if you can make money without working!
Harry: Yeah! I guess that’s the plan. That’s Fadi’s plan anyhow! But, as your friend Magda says, there’s more to life than money.
Olivia: Well, that’s certainly true.
Harry: I mean, I want to spend more time with Bindyu – that’s what makes me really happy ...
Olivia: Why don’t you just go out more together?
Harry: Well, we see each other most days ... but it’s not that ...
Olivia: What is it then?
Harry: I’d like to take our relationship a bit more seriously.
Harry: But she doesn’t want me to meet her parents.
Olivia: Oh, I see. Why not?
Harry: That’s just it. I don’t know really. I think she’s embarrassed by me, or ashamed of me ... or something ...
Olivia: No! That can’t be true! Why do you think that?
Harry: I don’t know. Perhaps I’m not rich enough, or successful enough. You know, I’m just an ordinary London guy. Anyhow, I must be off now – if you see Bindyu, let her know I was looking for her!
Olivia: Will do! Bye!
Bindyu: Hey there!
Olivia: Hello! Oh, Harry was just in here looking for you.
Bindyu: I knew it! I meant to catch him – but just missed him!
Olivia: He was talking about you, actually.
Bindyu: Oh yeah? All good things I hope.
Olivia: Yes, but ...
Bindyu: But? You mean there’s a “but”?
Olivia: Yeah. He thinks you’re not taking the relationship as seriously as he wants.
Bindyu: Oh no! That’s not true ... Why does he think that?
Olivia: He thinks you don’t want him to meet your family.
Bindyu: Oh, I see. It’s not that I don’t want him to meet my parents, it’s just that it’s ...
Bindyu: It’s just difficult, that’s all.
Bindyu: Well ... you know ... We’re so different ... from different backgrounds ... and my family are very traditional.
Olivia: I see ... Still, perhaps you should try.
Bindyu: Yeah – maybe you’re right. I’ll try.