- Saturday 3rd August 2013, 7:58pm [Edited]
- 2 posts
Having an absolute mind blank on where this gag/quote is from.
Pretty sure it's Alan Partridge but it's doing my OCD head in trying to remember it! Sure its either Partridge or Gervais/Office but can't recall it properly.
Someone warns Partridge about his goods being produced in a foreign sweatshop or factory, but then instead of caring about the workers, he just says he's checked it out and is confident the quality of the goods have not been affected in anyway by the poor workmanship. Something along those lines anyway!
Must have been said by a self centred/deluded character, obviously not realising the question was really referring to the poor workers and their bad conditions/pay in the factory.
Anyone recognise where this is from???
If not, Ricky Gervais? Brent? Standup? Sean Lock?