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[Elvis is working as wine waiter]
Simon: Waiter!
Elvis: Yes, sir.
Simon: Elvis?
Elvis: Simon?
Simon: Good Lord. Ah, this is my sister's husband's brother. Sorry, must be a bit embarrassing for you.
Elvis: No, not really. Though you might try something a little more polite that yelling "Waiter!".
Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: Waiter!
Elvis: Yes, sir.
Simon: Elvis?
Elvis: Simon?
Simon: Good Lord. Ah, this is my sister's husband's brother. Sorry, must be a bit embarrassing for you.
Elvis: No, not really. Though you might try something a little more polite that yelling "Waiter!".
Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
','','[Elvis is working as wine waiter]
Simon: Waiter!
Elvis: Yes, sir.
Simon: Elvis?
Elvis: Simon?
Simon: Good Lord. Ah, this is my sister's husband's brother. Sorry, must be a bit embarrassing for you.
Elvis: No, not really. Though you might try something a little more polite that yelling "Waiter!".
Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
','[Elvis is working as wine waiter]
Simon: Waiter!
Elvis: Yes, sir.
Simon: Elvis?
Elvis: Simon?
Simon: Good Lord. Ah, this is my sister's husband's brother. Sorry, must be a bit embarrassing for you.
Elvis: No, not really. Though you might try something a little more polite that yelling "Waiter!".
Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
','','[Elvis is working as wine waiter]
Simon: Waiter!
Elvis: Yes, sir.
Simon: Elvis?
Elvis: Simon?
Simon: Good Lord. Ah, this is my sister's husband's brother. Sorry, must be a bit embarrassing for you.
Elvis: No, not really. Though you might try something a little more polite that yelling "Waiter!".
Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Twitter Simon: What's rude about that?
Elvis: Well, how you you like it if I pop into your office and yell "Estate agent!"?
Simon: That's different.
Elvis: Yeah - you're a member of a profession and I'm only a waiter.
Simon: I think you've rather forgotten your position, Elvis.
Elvis: I *was* speaking as your sister's husband's brother. Speaking as a waiter...
Elvis: [obsequiously] What can I get you, sir?
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Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing."
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
','','Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing."
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
','','Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing."
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
','Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing."
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
','','Liz Rodenhurst: I must say, Rita, it wasn't exactly tactful to come tonight.
Rita Simcock: That's why I came.
Liz Rodenhurst: How nasty.
Rita Simcock: I'd hardly describe it as nice to steal my husband and have his baby.
Liz Rodenhurst: I wouldn't exactly describe taking things that turn up on one's doorstep as "stealing."
Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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Rita Simcock: I feel that events have forced us to become enemies. What a pity we couldn't have got to know each other under happier circumstances. Then we could have become enemies of our own free will.
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