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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?
Let he who is without sense cast the first stone.