"So what are you the earl of?"
"Sit tight, chief-I'll take you out where the big swords are."
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"Are all Brits bisexual, or just the ones who publish their diaries?"
"The bad news is Lady Sybil has died in childbirth. On the other hand, Bates is back home and Tom's sticking around to help run the estate."
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Despite some initial reservations, the knights were often grateful for Guinevere's presence at the Round Table.
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Dark Thoughts in Buckingham Palace
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"Yes, but you were the defender of the wrong faith."
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Two men toting a dog in a carriage by foot, while the dog sticks his head out the window.
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"At some point, there's only so high you can raise the volume before you admit you're never gonna understand what British detectives are saying."
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"Whoever pulls it out becomes King of Britain, but Phil licked the handle, so..."
"When my distinguished colleague refers to the will of the 'people,' does he mean his 'people,' or my 'people'?"
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Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Quebec, General James Wolfe Forgets His Last Words
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"Use thy core!"
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Two men stand back to back as the sun rises; one man holds a basket labeled "Tomato" while the other holds a basket labeled "To-mah-to".
"I've forgotten. Is it the television or the telepone you folks call the 'telly'?"
Not An Exit
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English People With Servants Having Problems - On Demand
"Look, Alice, if you're unhappy with your life, just do what I do: whisper you wants and needs into a cloth napkin, then crumple it up and put it in your lap."
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"He's retreated into nationalism."
New nation - who dis?
America's pastimes through British eyes
"Would it be possible to get baked beans on toast. I'm not British – I'm just crazy."
Men American Women Meet in London
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