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|3 The English like eccentrics. They just don't like them living next door. JULIAN |
CLARY (b. 1959). British comedian, entertainer. Daily Telegraph (London. 2 Sept
. 1992). 4 The sound principle of a topsy-turvy lifestyle in the framework of an ...
|Brendan Behan1923–64 Irish dramatist: Hostage (1958) 9 The English like |
eccentrics. They just don't like them living next door. Julian Clary1959– English
comedian: in Daily Telegraph 2 September 1992 The country has grown ...
|George Mikes The English sent all their bores abroad, and acquired the empire |
as a punishment. Edward Bond The English like eccentrics. They just don't like
them living next door. Julian Clary I like the English. They have the most rigid
|From Bognor to Blackpool and from Land's End to Leeds, this is a showcase of the funniest wisecracks and one-liners from the green and pleasant land.|
|Eccentricity. The English like eccentrics. They just don't like them living next door. |
JULIAN CLARY Eccentricity, to be socially acceptable, had still to have at least
four or five generations ...
|As someone once said – Julian Clary, actually – 'the English like eccentrics, they |
just don't like them living next door', and Tom and I had been living in their
pockets for the last four months. We'd overloaded on wackiness, and we could
|"Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot." Charlie |
Chaplin "The English like eccentrics. They just don't like them living next door."
Julian Clary "My philosophy about ageing is that there is nothing you can do
|1 The English like eccentrics. They just don't like them living next door. Daily |
Telegraph 2 September 1992 Eldridge Cleaver (1935–98) US BLACK LEADER
AND WRITER After becoming a follower ofMALCOLM X, he was Minister of
|Chickens are the only creatures you can eat before they are bornand after they |
are dead. Eccentricity. The Englishlike eccentrics. They just don't like them living
next door. JULIAN C LARY Eccentricity, ... No real English gentleman, in his
secret soul, was ever sorry for the death of a political economist. WALTER
|know now," said he, " there's one of 'em living next door to me, that eats two |
whole quarterns a-day to his own share ... The sculptor apologized for his
entertainment, by saying that as it was Friday, Mrs. Nollekens had proposed to
take fish with him, so that they had bought a few sprats, of which he was wiping
some ... Ay," answered the Sculptor, " I don't wonder at it : why, do you know,
there has not been a fire in this room for these ... It's only me," answered the man ;
"lam going to bed.