- Saturday 30th August 2014, 3:44pm [Edited]
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Quote: Hercules Grytpype Thynne @ 30th August 2014, 3:18 PM BST
Tony: "That's the 'alf a pound of flour you put in it! Oh, dear! What a life! It's Sunday, with a rotten dinner, it's rainin' and I've got nothin' to do!"
Hattie: "There's plenty of jobs you can do round the house!"
Tony: "It's day of rest - I'm not mendin' your bed again."
And we must feature Bill!
Tony: "Well, it makes you sick. I hate Sundays."
Sid: "So do I. There's one week and there always 'as been and there's nothin' we can do about it."
Tony: "It's not like this on the Continent: it's there big day over there. All the cafes open and football matches and race meetings - everybody's gay Aahh! Not over 'ere though! Everything's shut up."
Sid: "I wish you would!"
Tony: (Sigh) "What's the time?"
Bill: "Err.. The little hand's on two and the big hand's on three.. That's.. err. three minutes past two."
Tony: "It is a quarter past two!"
Ahh, the innocent mention of gay..........
But Hancock says it in a very Continental abandonment sort of way.
And there is a connotation of something. The bohemian at least.