|Not that I've seen it...but, c'mon, it's iconic.|
On payday at Lady Trumper's, Francesca has to hand out the wages - cash in envelopes. Betty Debbie says: "I'm wondering about the tax implications..." but I think Lady Trumper just liked the wads of cash. (Can't. Cudgel. That. Indecent. Proposal. Scene. From. My. Brain)
Marc (a heart surgeon) loans Finn his mobile phone while Auntie is in the hospital. First of all, that's very generous of him..but secondly - what happens if a patient needs heart surgery asap? Maybe he had a bleep?
While working as a stock girl at the supermarket, Francesca is occasionally allowed to buy things at a discount. My sister, Betty Tia, had the best awful job perk ever. She worked at the BYU bookstore and got something like 15% off every purchase. Think about what that means to the cumulative cost of college! I, on the other hand...I worked at the laundry. So...I could bring in my dry cleaning (of which students have an enormous amount) whenever I wanted! Sure, I picked up a husband there and I guess that might be considered a perk...
|It's a booster!|
Marc's London flat bathroom has guest toiletries. ' there was everything there that a woman could possibly need - make-up, brushes, combs, toilet water - a choice of bottles, too - a pile of towels, soaps, even several toothbrushes in their cellophane packs arranged beside a choice of toothpastes'. I love The Great Betty and I love every single thing on that list...except make-up. It's such a personal purchase and I would be hard pressed to use anything touched by another woman. Maybe there was a handy cup full of those little disposable brushes...
Lady Trumper's husband was knighted for making nuts and bolts for tanks...That's a little glass-half-full, don't you think? Let's try the glass-half-full approach. Lady Trumper's husband was an integral cog in the wartime machinery that staved off a Nazi onslaught.
|This poster has nothing to do with tank parts but I just couldn't resist...|