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"Big news, honey. This afternoon they're going to let me sign off on something or other."
"I thought we had the sort of relationship where 'please' and 'thank you' were implicit."
Great British White Shark
"Pushing buttons with anything other than your index finger is an affectation."
Titian's Venus of Mamaroneck
'It's my Mom. Could you tell her how polite I've been while robbing you?'
"Jack and I have learned to accept each other's idiosyncrasies, like my passion for cashew brittle, and his going out every night and not coming home until dawn."
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'Holding the door open? Where are your manners, son?!'
'Do you think FOR ONCE you can chew with your mouth OPEN!'
"....And do you tell people who ask nosy, impertinent questions to "P*** off" (A) Frequently (B) Very Frequently or (C) Always?"
"What do you mean I'm impolite to customers? Are you call me rude?! Why you F****g son of a B***h!!"
'Pass me the hammer.'
'You have the kind of relaxed, can do manner that we look for in an office manager.'
'Say it, don't spray it.'
'I mind my own P's and Q's - I'm counting on you to cross the T's and dot the I's.'
'George, please try not to pick at your supper tonight.'
'I'd like now to introduce Len who will tell slightly humourous stories in his inimicable self-serving way,'
'Most people use the thongs.'
Friendly Fire: 'Good to see you, Geoff. . . wife and kids ok? How's the garden looking this summer? You're sacked!'
'Manners are the noises you don't make while you eat.'
'We're sending Sophie to finishing school.'
'Mitzi, elbows off the table.'
I'm sure Speckles will let you back on the sofa it you apologise to her
"The problem with asking people for money as a wedding gift is that they think we are bankers."
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