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Situation comedies None can do comedy quite as well as the Brits. Detests her sister Violet (who is better off then her; source of envy) and her sisters Daisy and Rose (who are worse off; source of shame). Favorite catchphrase: The Bucket residence, the lady of the house speaking! Favorite quote: Hyacinth: [to Richard, after she picks up the phone] It’s Sheridan! [on the phone, to Sheridan] Hyacinth: Now, what is it dear? To view clip from Keeping up Appearances, click here. Humphries: [discussing having to hang onto backs of buses and skateboard to Grace Brothers to save money] I had just bent down to tighten my nuts, and there was a double yellow line, see? Vicar of Dibley The plot: When 100 years old vicar in the small town of Dibley passes away, the village gets a new one. He works for the Germans and for the French resistance AND still manages to have affairs with his waitresses. Favorite quote: Officer Crabtree: I was pissing by the door, when I heard two shats. On The Buses The plot: Bus driver Stanley lives at home with his over bearing mother, his rather frumpy sister Olive and her husband Arthur. As all our different (and that is putting it mildly) they let their tempers get the better of them which makes for some entertaining slapstick comedy. Jones: [Sirens start] Why did you have to open your big mouth? Thin Blue Line The plot: Inspector Fowler is in charge of a small police station in Gasford. Favorite quote: Bert Large: Son, I know it’s your phone bill and you’ve got your own money coming in, but those mobile phones damage your head membranes. Favorite quote: Hercule Poirot: [reading a brochure for a fitness program] ‘Use your vigor to keep your figure.’ Absurd! Favorite quote: Morse: Drink that, Lewis, and loosen some brain cells. (Check out the early performance of Elizabeth Hurley and Rachel Weisz) Midsomer Murders The plot: Tom Barnaby is a veteran detective that solves crimes in the English countryside.Most of these series will tickle you pink with glee. Jeeves and Wooster The plot: Based on the novels by P. Wodehouse, Jeeves and Wooster is set in 1920s London and centers around delightfully dimwitted Bertie Wooster (who gets in trouble often) and his gentleman’s gentleman Wooster (who much smarter then his master gets him out of every pickle). (as a greeting not the slang use of the word) Favorite quote: Wooster: “Madeline Bassett labors under the delusion that I am madly in love with her. And next thing I knew, there was policeman behind me. A female that likes chocolate and cannot seem to be able to keep her mouth shut. The hook: Not the best British comedy, but the one liners are quite catchy. You are holding in your hand a smoking goon; you are clearly the guilty potty. At work he is supervised by a man that sports a striking resembles to Adolf Hitler. Open All Hours The plot: Arkwright is a shop owner that would flog ice to the Eskimos, but is a bit mean with money. The hook: Dad’s Army is a British institution, that managed to draw in 18.5 million viewers at the height of its popularity in 1970s. His subordinates give him much more trouble then any of the criminals. Fowler: [talking about drugs] When I was a teenager, my idea of chemical stimulation was sucking on a Fisherman’s Friend! And you would not believe the body count per episode.

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Using the device and some false logic, Lawrence proceeds to take revenge on anyone and everyone he’s ever felt has wronged him.So when did Americans get the right to push our values onto culture? I am a mother, certified personal trainer, client associate for a wealth advising firm, and fitness fanatic.However, that end-date is based on an assumption that after such a merger, the company would no longer have burned “THONET” into the back of the chair. Please reply if you know where to find either of those things. He has sessions with one of the senior partner’s unruly teenage daughters.So why are you getting your panties in a knot with Swedes? Anyway his blog is called Yes, quite a bit of Swedes are rude, cold and callous!

You only need to come and visit and see what kind of service you will get, as a tourist in this town.

This site has been helpful, but it has also lead me in circles of countless articles that point to other posts that still don’t seem to give a definitive answer.

Today, however, I came across a webpage that explains the history of Michael Thonet’s company history. While this doesn’t provide all the answers, it does provide information on when Thonet was producing in each country and when his operations merged with Kohn-Mundus (that was in 1923, by the way).

I mean they do not even greet you when you walk into the shops, its like you are dong them a big favour!

I think we all know customer service is not big here. And according to many Swedes, they find American customer service intrusive.

It sounds cliche to write but it is the truth and I feel extremely lucky to have found this kind of romantic narrative for my life. If anyone had been watching us they would have described it as two people clawing to know as much about each other as quickly as possible in an attractive manner. I have never been swept off my feet, I never really pictured that fairy-tale romantic life for myself, and I have never depended on someone else (other than my mother).