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I am unable to make out what the actress said in this AAMI Insurance Ad: Prove who's the better driver! #driverduels (Before the other actor said "What are the chances?")

I would appreciate if anyone can tell me what she said.

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Not sure why you think anyone is saying "What are the chances?"

The girl on the scooter says, "Read'em an' weep boys."

Then the red-headed man says "Loretta Jones" which is a reference to others advertisements in this marketing campaign.

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  • Thanks for your answer! Sorry, not a native speaker so I probably got it very wrong. So did the male actor say if he did not utter 'what are the chances'?
    – Tony Ong
    Jan 11 '15 at 4:56
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    Not sure why anyone thinks the guy is saying anything about "chances". He's saying "Loretta Jones!" which is a tie in with an earlier ad when he eats her lunch.
    – A.Ellett
    Jan 11 '15 at 16:59
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Note: "Read [th]em and weep, boys" is a humorous phrase used when revealing a winning poker hand. (Literally: look at my cards, and then cry because you realize you have lost the game.)

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  • And, by extension, in many other domains when you want to declare victory. Jun 28 '17 at 3:43
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At the end he says: "Never had a chance".

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