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: Do you want to come up for a coffee? Andy
: I don't drink coffee. Gloria
: I haven't got any.
: Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, hey ladies? Vera
: Aye, but we can do without the drugs and rock 'n' roll!
: The only reason I get up in the morning is to see if my luck's changed. And it never bloody has.
[talking about Gloria
: You had her. Behind the bus station. Andy
: No, I didn't. Simmo
: You told us you did. Andy
: No, it were top half only.
: Moving words... Andy
: What? Gloria
: Back there - Danny. Andy
: Ah, aye, daft old codger. If it weren't for t'band ah reckon he'd pop his clogs. Listen, I wondered if you fancied some grub? Gloria
: Where? Andy
: I dunno - go posh if ya want...
Women on picket line
] The miners, united, will never be defeated. Andy
: Poor old biddies. Don't they know they're pissing in the wind, like the rest of us? Ernie
: Can they do that, women? Andy
: What? Ernie
: Piss in the wind. Jim
: No, Ernie. That's just the point. Ernie
: No, but on a nice day, you know, when there's no wind about. They can't - you know - get any direction on it. Jim
: All right, whatever it is that lasses do that's pointless. Andy
: Bloody hell. So much to choose from. Phil
: Fart in a force ten? Jim
: By god, Phil, you don't half know some funny women. Harry
: Steady lads. My missus does that. All
: You daft bastards. Women Against Closure? That is when she's not farting in a force ten!
[Andy discovers that Gloria is from the corporate office
: Oy, you're fucking management! Gloria
: No, that's what you're doing.