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what's he say?

Postby neilold » Sat Sep 26, 2015 9:56 am

What does Harold say in the episode where they are arguing about harold going on holiday in disguise. I am going off memory from my vhs days, for some reason the dialougue is cut from the dvd boset i now watch. Harold has just tried to convine him to go as a scottish lord and albert won't, the lines i'm confused over are the lines 'well turn it into..... (oxford?) then, and harolds reply ' yeah, sounds like i done, dinnit' Harold shouts the line and alberts i'm just not sure about. Harolds next line (which i am sure about) is 'please your (belleding?)self', if that helps

i get the gist of it, that albert can't do posh with his gor blimey accent, i just want to know exactly what them two lines are

any help will be v appreciated
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