C: Hello. C: Look behind you. C: What is that? That is really scary. J: Who did that used to belong to, and why? C: And who wants to buy it now? J: This shop has the strangest mix of stuff. C: Yeah. J: My X-Men comic, a beautiful chair…and that. C: Yes. And this weird thing that looked like a pipe. C: But it wasn’t. J: Yeah, what’s an Irish [attempts pronunciation]? J: Maybe it says, “Shilla” C: We need to ask Andrea. J: Yeah. J: If you’re watching and you’re Irish, what is an Irish [re-attempts pronunciation]? J: Oh, my gosh. All right. C: It looks very prophetic [?], holding a white tablecloth out in the wind. J: Next to a cliff, having a drama [?] C: So, for our first year anniversary we came to the Seven Sisters Cliffs. J: To look at Beachy Head. C: Well – sorry – you can’t actually see it. C: It’s more like–it’s more like that, but… J: But we’re standing on top of it, so you can’t see it because it’s just grass. C: And we got fish and chips. J: We did. Had a little picnic. C: So, um, we were like old ladies. J: The old ladies who hold hands and sit on a bench on the beach, with their fish and chips. C: They don’t sit on a beach, they sit in their car, but just parked in front of the sea, so they’re like, “…” J: I feel like a bench is more romantic, though, than parked in their car. C: Yeah. J: And they’re together forever, these old ladies! C: How’s the joke go? About the man called Brian? Or… [Both] Cliff. C: What do you call a…? J: No, Cliff is the punchline. C: Aww, now I know what it is! J: Yes. C: What’s–do you know that joke? [?] J: No. C: What’s the name of the man with a seagull on his head? J: “What do you call a man with a seagull on his head?”! C: Yeah! J: Cliff! C: How are we still laughing at this after we’ve, like…? J: We have awesome senses of humour. J: No? J: I think so. C: So I told Jessica she was walking a bit too close to the edge for my liking. C: I said, “Don’t walk too close! The wind might catch your petticoat and drag you off the edge.” C: And what was your response? J: Well, I think it would act like a parachute on the way down. C: Yeah. J: If the wind has puffed it out enough that I’m flying off the edge, surely it will also save me? C: No. C: Well, and then I said, “Let’s not try that theory out [?]” J: Yeah. J: I don’t know! C: Careful! Look how close that edge is. J: That is quite close. J: I have something for you. J: This feels like a proposal right now. J: I’m not sure why. C: It is! It’s because we’re celebrating our– C: It’s because it’s all to do with marriage, darling. J: Yes! Yes, it is! J: So, the one-year anniversary is actually paper. J: And I considered many gift options, one of which was making you a thousand paper cranes and putting them inside a paper box and giving that to you. C: Aww, wow. C: I just got you a card. C: Like, seriously. J: But I thought you might notice a thousand paper cranes in our house and I wasn’t sure when I’d have the time away from you to actually make them. C: Yeah, that’s a problem. C: We’re never apart. J: So, I know that you love nature. J: So, I have a present for you. C: Oooo. C: I like presents! C: Wow! What is it?! J: You have to open the box! C: Hmm, what is in this box? J: It’s not a mystery box! C: I don’t know, is it one of those ones…? C: Cool! C: Wow! J: Yeah. C: Is it made of wood? It doesn’t even look like wood at first! J: It is! It is, it’s made of wood. C: That’s really nice. J: It’s a whole watch made of wood. C: Oh, I really like this big, big face and, like, the kind of copper–metal… C: And then this really, really lovely wood. C: I’ll be one of those cool people. You know, if I’m on the Tube; standing there on the bus. Got my big watch – people will be like, “Have you got the time?” and I’ll be like, “Yes. I have got the time.” “On my massive watch!” J: I married her. C: Aww, wow. Thank you. J: You’re welcome. J: To celebrate our anniversary, we’ve teamed up with Jord to give one lucky subscriber a 180 dollar gift card so you can buy your very own beautiful, wooden watch, shipped worldwide for free. J: And! Even if you don’t win the big prize, everyone can get twenty-five dollars off just by using the code jessicaoutofthecloset J: You’ve got two weeks to enter, and all of the details are down in the description. J: Good luck! C: Have you had a nice day, wife? J: I’ve had a marvellous day, wife. J: And I love you very much.