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    Quote Originally Posted by sporty View Post
    Well, I find her very likable for a friend/acquaintance. I know she's over the top and too judging, but at least she is enthusiastic and ACTUALLY enjoys being with people. I think Hyacinth is actually quite decent considering alot of the characters on the show treat her like she's a freak of nautre or something lol. They're just too introverted for her. I don't think a normal person would refuse a supper invite, even if you're not that keen of a person like Hyacinth, what would you do - stay at home? Well, I didn't like some of my friends very much either but I was very happy when they invited me to their houses.
    mkay. those are probably her good sides yeah. BUT you forgot to mention that she will also insult you to your core during her candle-light dinner and judge your every move !
    Can't think of a more judgemental character than BUCKET :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_X View Post
    omg i love that show...i used to watch several British comedies in a row. what was the other one called with the retail shop? love <3 and the one with the alien super hero
    Would that be Open All Hours with the late great, Ronnie Barker? And the other one is My Hero, I think.

    Oh but there is also Are you being served. I suspect the retail one is more likely to be that show.
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    mod love baby... Lady_X's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Would that be Open All Hours with the late great, Ronnie Barker? And the other one is My Hero, I think.

    Oh but there is also Are you being served. I suspect the retail one is more likely to be that show.
    yep it is. exactly. are you being served and my hero. those were awesome. and the one with miss bucket (bouquet)
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    A hilarious ESFJ.
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