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wrwine3 wrote:Sire Rutledge, might I trouble your butler (or your butler's butler) for a crumpet or three? I wouldn't deign to dine upon them in your presence for reasons twofold. Firstly, I would not dare getting crumbs on your fine rug. Lastly, I haven't mastered noshing with my mouth closed. Perhaps if I didn't open my jaw quite so much. But I digress.
If you grant my humble request, please have your manservant (or your manservant's manservant) place three crumpets into a bag. For this service I shall provide you with the princely sum of eight American dollars.
Thank you my liege.
Dost thou want Butter on Crumpet aforementioned, good sir?
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