He's a little gambler.
He's gambling the money.
Whats' he gonna put it in?
He's gonna put the money in the bag.
He's a wise guy. He bets money.
His name is Bobby.
Call him Bob.
He'll gamble $10 in cash.
Where's he gonna get it?
That's all he's gonna bet is $10, because he's young, and I wouldn't bet more money.
He doesn't know whether to trust you or not.
He is kind of young to bet money.
She's got my money; she's backing the bets.
Most of the bets are registered.
She's a good bookkeeper, so I trust my money with her.
He's got a lot of teeth for a little baby.
He's got a cute smile.
He's getting bald.
She wants the parents to get involved.
He's got a cute smile. He's got pretty fingers.
He may be a girl.
It's a guessing game.
It's interesting because it seems like it fits him well.
He's got my nose.
You can't tell whether he'll fit in that suitcase. He seems to little.
At that young, it's hard to tell. We have to give him the benefit of the doubt.
With that smile, I don't know if we can trust him.
He's betting money on the horse.
He doesn't know if he won or lost; the race is going on now.
He isn't any relation to me.
He's in a pocketbook.
Either a pocketbook or a bag to take along on the train.
That's kind of a big bag. You can carry a lot of money.
I trust him so I wouldn't worry about the bet.
He's a handsome boy.
You have to trust her; she's only a baby.
She's so cute you know she can't be a crook.
He's a handsome boy and he know there's something funny because there's a big smile on his face.
He's happy. oNly he can tell us why.
Nobody changed their bets.
Look at him.
Cute little guy like him, he's gotta be honest.
He's happy to be getting on the race.
He's running on his good name.
It's adorable. That's all.
I think that he's cute.
He's trying to pull somebody's eyes, figuratively speaking.
He's full of life, that's for sure.
He's a lot older than we think he is. He's too smart for me.
It's very interesting and beautiful.
He's in a purse.
And look at the laugh on him. The laugh is wonderful.
It's a secret.
He looks like he knows it all.
He's a smiley baby that mothers left him handing in the suitcase.
They used the baby's name for the race.