The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 5 (September 1, 1927)
Girl (to phlegmatic lover): “You 'ave got a 'ard 'eart, George!”
George (a taxi-driver):
“No, I ain't, Maude. That's my number plate you've got your 'ead against!”
“Up at six o'clock, in bed at eleven at night. I wash, scrub, iron, and cook my husband's meals. The rest of the time is my own.”-Woman describing her “occupation” at Shoreditch County Court.