Sure, Bert, have it your way. But, speaking as a grammar Nazi and spelling nerd, it’s a sure bet that people say ‘sherbet’. Monsters, though, they’re just different (I don’t wanna get eaten and desserted, y’know!).
What’s the holdup? The vicar himself has told Andy often enough what he thinks of him.
He really DOESN’T know Andy if he’s demanding Intellectual Discernment from him!
Andy fighting a man with glasses? How rude and inconsiderate! How terribly Andy!
Okay, do comic strips get to have bad days?
On the other hand, let’s try some snappy answers to stupid questions: "No vicar, I’m the latest Doctor, and this is the new Tardis!
Being an American, I expect that Brits will still get it, but normal procedure is to say ‘a few stone lighter", isn’t it? Nevertheless, for the sake of the punchline. . .
Wiki: In his lifetime, Jawaharlal Nehru enjoyed an iconic status in India and was widely admired across the world for his idealism and statesmanship. . . Congress leaders and activists often emulate his style of clothing, especially the Gandhi cap and the “Nehru jacket”[.]
For some strange reason, Harrelson in that jacket and coif looked like he was on furlow from Tussaud’s. I could almost see right through him.
Reminds me of Snoopy’s doghouse, with the Van Gogh.