I like a job of that sort excessively.' I never shall forget his manner
. And when I brought out the baked apples from the closet, and hoped our friends would be so very obliging as to take some, `Oh!' said he directly, `there is nothing in the way of fruit half so good, and these are the finestlooking homebaked apples I ever saw in my life.' That, you know, was so very.
"It's very nice , but..." says Paddington politely when faced with an obviously unsuitable 100 th -birthday gift for his Aunt Lucy, and doesn't forget his manners
even in prison (where he's doing a 10-year stint), tipping his cap to the other prisoners and balking at the thought of escape because Aunt Lucy wouldn't like it.
But Considine didn't forget his manners
on a day when Rangers captain Steven Davis blasted the Aberdeen fans for cheering when a stretcher was brought on for the badly injured Steven Naismith.
X Factor runners-up JLS tweeted: "Congrats to Rory McIlroy smashing it differently...top lad!JB X" Enjoying his VIP treatment down-to-earth McIlroy didn't forget his manners
as he thanked his hosts yesterday.
Nothing looks worse, and it only needs someone to forget his manners
in this sort of jostling throng and you are down to 10 men.
Yesterday, Erotokritou referred to the "discredit" and "incalculable loss to future investors" that would result if MPB goes ahead with its plan to move its headquarters to Greece, saying that "Vgenopoulos knows this, but this does not mean that anyone -- including Mr Vgenopoulos -- can choose to forget his manners
or exercise blackmail".
But in spite of all that O'Neill had to say about his own players' efforts, he did not forget his manners
and paused to congratulate Alex McLeish on his first Championship win for Rangers.
"Any time he did forget his manners
my wife would put him in his place and Tyson would reply, 'Sorry, ma'am'.