Soju will make you tough.
Whisky is just better tasting then the
Brian Cox (the actor not the prof) was asked about this, I think on Top Gear. He said something like English accents imply intelligence, and intelligence is something that Americans do not trust.Also, every baddie in every Hollywood film has an English accent, no matter where in the world they're from.
Yes, and that's why I chuckled at Tim Curry playing an East German villain in McHale's Navy (I was young and drunk and there was nothing else on TV). I still want to start a class action suit against Tom Arnold where everyone else on the planet gets their 90 minutes of life wasted watching his film refunded.Brian Cox (the actor not the prof) was asked about this, I think on Top Gear. He said something like English accents imply intelligence, and intelligence is something that Americans do not trust.
Well, living in the country - okay, it's Paisley, but just take a look at the local environment - more trees and bushes and shit than the Amazon, it is pretty close to life. There are crows and magpies and pigeons everywhere here. And the crows do tend to hide more than their showy magpie cousins.Any rural scene shot in the UK has to be accompanied by the continual cawing of unseen crows. Just so you know that it's "in the country."
Must be a cheap hospital. Most places give you something proper to pîss in...