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Famous Movie Quotes as if Spoken by a Proper Englishman

Famous Movie Quotes as if Spoken by a Proper Englishman
Salutations, internet ne’erdowells. Since I was a lad, I have enjoyed fine cinema. In those days, films were written and performed properly. With a dignified vocabulary and diligent diction. Alas, those days have gone the way of the dodo. Class and manners have been usurped by poorly constructed idioms and distasteful vulgarity. Therefore I have put my quill to parchment and rewritten some of the most famed movie quotations as a proper Englishman would have uttered them. Related: Top ten movie-themed charts from I Love Charts.

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