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Glove :: Keith

“Sir, the gentlemen grow restless.”

    TAGS:  gentlemen, gloves, servants

Duty :: Keith

“Sir, the gentlemen have pulled up the wickets and thrown them everywhere, and perhaps even worse, are now refusing to take tea in the rose garden.”

    TAGS:  tea, gentlemen, croquet, manners, servants, wickets

Robot Strike :: Keith

Sir, with the robots on strike, I’m afraid we have no alternative other than to ask the gentlemen—oh, God forbid it has come to this!—yes, we must ask the gentlemen to go to work.

    TAGS:  robots, gentlemen, servants

the incident :: boot

As the gentleman in front of him removed his hat fully, Mr. Entwhistle knew that matters were about to be ‘on’.

    TAGS:  hats, gentlemen, manners, incidents

In one beautiful movement, the gentleman bowed and the woman swooned.

    TAGS:  gentlemen, bowing, swooning

Breakfast :: Keith

“Sir, the gentlemen wish me to inform you that they will, regrettably, miss the first course of this morning’s breakfast.”

    TAGS:  breakfast, gentlemen, servants

Biggins was no gentleman and completely misunderstood the meaning of the term "dowager's hump."

    TAGS:  Biggins, gentlemen, dowager


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