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.


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.

  • 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

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.)

  • And, by extension, in many other domains when you want to declare victory. Jun 28 '17 at 3:43

At the end he says: "Never had a chance".

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