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Mind how you go.(Ronnie Barker enters the shop, wearing a scruffy tank-top and beanie)BARKER: Forkandles! He places them on the counter)BARKER: No, forkandles! (Ronnie Corbett puts the candles away, and goes to get a fork handle.
(Ronnie Corbett goes to a box, and gets out four candles.
(he takes the hoe back, and gets a hose, whilst muttering) When you said 'O's, I thought you said 'O! (He places the hose onto the counter)BARKER: No, 'O's! Oh, you mean panty hose, panty hose (he picks up a pair of tights from beside him).
(He puts the box on the counter, and gets out some letter P's) How many d'you want?
This apparently is an actual letter received by the UK Passport Office (edited a bit to make it more SFW, but there are still some swear words in it):-Dear Sirs, I'm in the process of renewing my passport, and still cannot believe this. I don't want to dig up Yasser Arafat, for [goodness] sake.
How is it that Sky Television has my address and telephone number and knows that I bought a satellite dish from them back in 1977, and yet, the British Government is still asking me where I was born and on what date? My birth date you have on my pension book, and it is on all the income tax forms I've filed for the past 30 years. I just want to go and park my arse on some sandy beach somewhere.
See full summary » Director: Terry Ingram A magazine journalist who no longer celebrates Christmas visits the quaint town of Mistletoe to blog about an inspirational - albeit questionably delusional - man who parades around pretending to be the real Santa Claus. Sara Vancamp ('Eva La Rue') is a busy mom with no Christmas spirit.
But they run into problems when the conman befriends a troubled kid. BARKER: Two.(Ronnie Corbett leaves two letter O's on the counter, then takes the box back, gets the ladder out again, puts the box away, climbs down the ladder, and puts the ladder away, then returns to the counter)CORBETT: Yes, next? CORBETT (fed up): For Gawds sake, why didn' you bleedin' tell me that while I was up there then? CORBETT (muttering, as he goes down the shop): Foot pumps. (He sees one, and picks it up) Tidy up in 'ere.(He puts the pump down on the counter)BARKER: No, pumps fer ya feet! CORBETT (almost at breaking point): You are 'avin' me on, you are definitely 'avin' me on! (He climbs up a stepladder, gets a box down, puts the ladder away, and takes the box to the counter, and searches through it for letter O's)CORBETT: How many d'you want? (He takes back the pump, and gets a pair of brown foot pumps out of a drawer, and places them on the counter) Next? CORBETT (really close to breaking point): What, windscreen washers, car washers, dishwashers, floor washers, back scrubbers, lavatory cleaners? (He finally breaks, and makes to confiscate his list) Look, I've had just about enough of this, give us that list. You come out and serve this customer please, I have just about had enough of 'im. Jones comes out, and Ronnie Corbett shows him the list) Look what 'e's got on there! JONES (who goes to a drawer with a towel hanging out of it, and opens it): Right!