Thirty-nine ways to be a gentleman

1. Listen

2. I come from the right school, and

3. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

4. besides, I think the House of Lords

 

5. and we were elected on a resounding quarter of the votes

6. so I say to you

7. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

8. I am smartly dressed

 

9. I look like a photograph

10. when I am angry, my vowels shift (see my ‘a’)

11. I have often read Country Life

12. say, at a hunt, although of course

 

13. I am the son-in-law of a Marquis!

14. can undo a bra with a pair of scissors

15. look, quite honestly

16. Big Society

 

17. never blow dry my hair

18. I have help with it, in fact

19. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

20. fine dining

 

21. I holiday in Cornwall, bucket and spade

22. calm down, dear

23. yes I would press the red button

24. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

 

25. posh swearing

26. I am expensively dressed

27. I love my country, country that we live, weeping copiously

28. my lovely wife

 

29. not long now

30. when I get to the Lords I

31. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

32. more food banks, food banks up, good news

 

33. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

34. This Charming Man, The Smiths

35. I am fresh from a colour supplement

36. a Daily Mail

 

37. People jolly well think I am

38. no, I will not answer your question about tax credits

39. will that do?

 

 

Click here for the 39 ways to be a gentleman

 

 

 

 

 

27 October 2015

Country Life has issued a list of thirty-nine ways to be a gentleman. David Cameron failed six times to answer questions about tax credits.


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