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"I think I've acquired some wisdom over the years, but there doesn't seem to be much demand for it."
"John, do you know anything about fighting a duel this morning?"
Tags:duel, duels, duelling, dueling, duel fighter, duel fighters, sword fight, sword fights, oversleep, oversleeping, overslept, tardy, tardiness, late, lateness, sleeping on, over-slept, over sleep, gentlemen, gentleman, gentlemanly, conflict, conflicts, falling out, disagreement, disagreements, enemy, enemies, rival, rivals
"A gentleman would offer his seat."
Tags:old lady, old ladies, old woman, old women, concert, concerts, performance, performer, performers, piano, pianist, pianists, music, musician, musicians, stage, stages, theatre, manners, gentlemen, gentleman, etiquette, chivalry, chivalrous, interruption, pensioner, pensioners, senior citizen, senior citizens, oap, oaps, o.a.p., o.a.p.s, good manners, bad manners
"A handshake is as good as a thirty-page contract, eh, Mr. Harrison?"
Tags:crocodile, crocodiles, alligator, alligators, croc, crocs, gator, gators, predator, predators, prey, preys, food chain, food-chain, contract, contracts, handshake, handshakes, gentlemen, gentleman, gentleman's agreement, gentleman's agreements, businessmen, businessman, hostile takeover, hostile takeovers, intimidation, business deal, business deals
"Ever the gentleman, eh, Westbrook?"
A comic strip shows a man watching TV when a hat blows in through an open window and lands on his head. When a woman enters the room the man stands up and tips his hat to her before they both sit down and watch TV.
Tags:television, televisions, watching television, tv, tvs, watching tv, t.v., t.v.s, watching t.v., relationship, relationships, marriage, marriages, married life, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, spouse, spouses, man, men, woman, women, gentleman, gentlemen, lady, ladies, good manners, well-mannered, polite, manners, greeting, greetings, hat, hats, fashion, style, old fashioned, old-fashioned, traditional
"I have my pants put on one leg at a time."
Tags:businessmen, businessman, ceo, ceos, executive lifestyle, executive lifestyles, corporate culture, servant, servants, domestic, domestics, domestic servant, domestic servants, domestic worker, domestic workers, gentleman, gentlemen, class divide, class divides, limo, limos, limousine, limousines, business suit, business suits, remember, he puts his pants on one leg at a time, ordinary, ordinariness, economic inequality, social inequality, wealth inequality, income inequality
A man drinks a formula and becomes a well-dressed middle-aged man.
Tags:dress up, dresses up, dressing up, transform, transforms, transformation, transformation, chemist, chemists, chemistry, well-dressed, gentleman, gentlemen, age, ages, age gracefully, ages gracefully, formula, formulas, transition, transitions, transitioning, magic formula, magic formulas, dress up, dresses up, dressing up, suit, suits, formal wear, formal suit, formal suits, grow up, grows up, growing up, slovenly
A pyramid with a monocle and cigarette
Tags:unsavory, unsavoury, unsavory type, unsavory types, unsavoury type, unsavoury types, businessman, businessmen, business man, business men, upper class, upper classes, wholesome, rough neighborhood, rough neighborhoods, rough neighbourhood, rough neighbourhoods, good neighborhood, good neighborhoods, good neighbourhood, good neighbourhoods, well-dressed, gentleman, gentlemen, proper, proper behavior, good behavior, well-behaved
"He didn't have to get snippy about it!"
"Gentlemen, this has materially changed the way we grease palms."
Tags:board, board meeting, board meetings, men, gentlemen, corporate, corporation, corporations, materially, considerable, considerably, significant, significance, significantly, grease palms, grease someone's palm, offer, offers, exchange, exchanges, favour, favor, favours, favors, bribe, bribes, bribing, corrupt, fraud, fraudsters, change, changes, changed, changing
"He'll be damned difficult to replace!"
Tags:replacement, replacements, butler, butlers, servant, servants, domestic worker, domestic workers, heart attack, heart attacks, domestic, domestics, club, clubs, gentlemen, gentleman, aristocrat, aristocrats, aristocracy, heartless, heartlessness, worker, employee, employees, employer, employers, hr, human resources
"Pistols at dawn?"
"So long, Bill. This is my club. You can't come in."
Tags:gentlemen, gentleman, men, club, clubs, gentleman's club, exclusive, exclusivity, private, private club, secret, secrets, farewell, farewells, depart, departs, departing, left out, leave out, reject, rejecting, rejection, dismiss, dismissing, dismissal, non-acceptance, smug, smugness, hierarchy, hierarchical, superior, superiority, popular, popularity, self-satisfied
The Bare Minimum
"It's at the end of the bar and to the left. It says 'caballeros'."
Tags:spanish, south america, spanish speaker, spanish speakers, men, man, men's room, gentlemen, alcohol, booze, bar, bars, pub, pubs, drink, drinks, drinker, drinkers, drinking, drunk, drunks, bartender, bartenders, caballeros, caballero, bathroom, bathrooms, toilet, toilets, horseman, cowboy, cowboys, restroom, restrooms
"Ladies and gentlemen of the jury duty..."
Tags:court, courts, courtroom, courtrooms, trial, trials, legal system, justice system, law, legal, judge, judges, lawyer, lawyers, counselor, counselors, counsellors, counsellors, attorney, attorneys, solicitor, solicitors, barrister, barristers, legal counsel, jury, juries, jury duty, civic duty, civic duties, addressing the jury, speech, speeches, ladies, gentlemen
"Shucks, ma'am, that's what neighbors are for!"
Tags:dragon, dragons, knight, knights, fight, fights, fighting, fighter, fighters, princess, princesses, fairy tale, fairy tales, trope, tropes, modest, modesty, false modesty, gentleman, gentlemen, chivalry, chivalrous, neighbor, neighbors, neighborly, neighbour, neighbours, neighbourly, neighbourhood, neighbourhoods, neighborhood, neighborhoods
'The cows are out.'
"Look after Foster, will you, Kendall? He's the new kid on the block."
Tags:executive, executives, businessmen, businessman, new kid on the block, men, man, club, clubs, gentlemen, gentlemen's club, gentlemen's clubs, middle age, middle aged, old age, old people, old men, elderly, elder, elders, senior, seniors, senior citizens, senior citizen, rich people, rich, wealthy, wealth, wealthy people
"I'm just a gentleman dentist."
The newspaper says that dinosaurs went extinct some 225 million years ago! Just like real me!
They call him Mr. Herringbone
'It looks pretty flimsy, but I'm a gentleman: After you dear...'