New Experiences with Familiar Friends.
Cate: When did your sister give that to you?
Hugh: Oh a long time ago.
Hugh: But when I was three, you might not know this, I went to France.
Tommy: How do you remember?
Hugh: I have some like rememory. I have pictures, right? The Eiffel Tower, under it, was a long time ago. The other one was a long time ago too, but I still remember it. I think we maybe even bought this in the tippy top of the Eiffel Tower.
Composition & Material - Fragility, Durability, Metal or Gold?
Will: Is that fragile?
Allison: Does everyone know what fragile means?
Cate: It means glass.
Tegan and Maisie: It means it breaks really easily.
Hugh: I know what this is. Metal. Metal is like glass.
Hugh: Oh wait no, this is gold. Gold... I’m going to tell you about this gold. Hear this sound?
Tommy: I want to make a sound.
Caleb: Actually do you know that gold is really bendy.
Cate: I don’t think you should do that because then it might break.
Caleb: Gold is bendy.
Cate: And gold is breakable.
James: Yeah it’s really bendy.
Cate: I once got gold paper and when I even touched it it broke.
Hugh: See that’s pretty strong metal. … I just like to land it like so high and BONK.
Cate:What if you stood up and dropped it?
Maisie: What if you stood up on a bridge and dropped it?