Waiting for ages – English conversation

When Vicki goes to the loo and Jay has to wait, he sometimes gets impatient. Jay is American so he calls the loo the ladies room. ‘Ages’ is an informal way of saying a very long time.

Waiting for ages script

Jay, hold this for me.
Do I have to?
I’m just going to the loo.
Where have you been?
To the loo.
The ladies room?
Yeah.
I’ve been waiting for ages.

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