Hyacinth Bucket love

Hyacinth Bucket

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  • Never mind Hyacinth Bucket niceties of napkins over serviettes, class matters more not less than it did, and it needs saying loudly.

    Money busts the convenient myth that social class is dead | Polly Toynbee

  • Un-Windsorial or un-British, however, the palace's decision to rescind his invitation is certainly very Hyacinth Bucket, and as with all that preposterous lady's little schemes, it only ends up making her look the fool.

    The Queen should have let Nick Griffin in – he'd have made a fool of himself

  • Brands such as Harveys Bristol Cream and Martini, associated with the kind of party thrown by snobby TV comedy character Hyacinth Bucket, have been left trailing by the controversial tipple.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • And the fact that they are then so snobby that they are determined to maintain the, I don't know, quality of their tin-can planes by allowing only the elite into their stupid first-class cabins, keeping out the rest with their officious little curtains, is pretty much up there with Hyacinth Bucket.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • When it comes to florals, the step from Sex in the City to Hyacinth Bucket is all too small.

    SFluxe

  • "These figures clearly show that (Keeping Up Appearances TV character) Hyacinth Bucket is alive and well and most probably lives in a street near you."

    icCheshireOnline

  • As Jo once said to her, about a year after they met at university, “Laura, why do you go around pretending to be Julie Andrews, when you’re actually Hyacinth Bucket?”

    A Hopeless Romantic

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