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: It's the whole showing your breasts issues that concerns me. Annie
: The point is that we won't really be showing anything. Celia
: Yes, that's what concerns me. Annie
: Yours are good, are they? Celia
: They're tremendous.
: Well, I think it's a great idea. Cora
: You weren't concentrating, were you Ruth? Ruth
: I was. We're going to raise money to buy a sofa for the hospital in John's name. Celia
: By posing for a nude calendar! Ruth
: Oh no! Chris
: Oh sit down. I'm not asking you to straddle an 'Arley Davidson. Celia
: It's still a bit of a leap from Burnsall church, love. Chris
: That's the 'ole point. It's an alternative calendar, it's... Annie
: It's what John suggested. Chris
: Did he? Annie
: The last stage of the flower is the most glorious. So what this calendar would be saying is "actually, yes John, we agree". Ruth
: With respect, I didn't hear him use the phrase "whip your bras off"
: T minus two hours. Bras off to avoid strap marks. Celia
: As we speak darling, as we speak.
: I'm a bit worried about our great leader's grasp of Tai Chi.
: Naked! Cora
: It's not naked. It's nude. Marie
: What's the difference? Celia
: Oh, get bloody Botticelli in here.
: I've never been naked in front of anyone in my life. Chris
: Not even Frank? Celia
: Frank's a major. We approach nudity on a strictly need-to-know basis.
: [reading a fan mail letter
] "I am currently in the high security wing of Her Majesty's Prison Barlinnie in Scotland and was mightily impressed by the sheer size of your-"
: What we must ask ourselves is this: what is the difference between this and the Venus de Milo? Celia
: Oh, I love quizzes. The cooker?