You are a Renaissance man in many ways!
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;>) Just to be clear: I’ve never painted cathedral ceiling.
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Excellent accent and delivery. Glad to see you got your scotch back!
I love it!!
Loved it Mitch! You make a great British guy! May I repost?
Of course, Gregory.
Haha. The look on your face when you said, “More dead bodies” and “Don’t mess with dead bodies” is classic. LOL. You’re a riot, Mitch!
That was adorable!
An Oscar and a Clio!!
“Don’t mess with dead bodies!” – words to live by!
That was great!😂 God bless!
Well, that IS acting. If there’s anything you are NOT, it’s stuffy! Cute ad, all in all.
LOL! Awesome, Mitch. Thanks, I enjoyed that.
Hey, cool. You are classy, Mitch. Cheers!
Only on-screen. ;>)
😄 I doubt this, Mitch. But even if then at least that…. lol!
I love this!
As a former Brit, you sounded like the real deal to me!
You are Sir Henry Rawlinson & I claim my £5!
You intrigue me, sir. Whence is it i owe you £5? (i.e. I don’t get the reference.)
Sorry, Mitch. It was a somewhat clumsy, but complimentary, jam sandwich metaphor alluding to both the line from Greene’s Brighton Rock & also Vivian Stanshall’s excellent Olde English character, Sir Henry.
Carry on, sir, with the good work!
That is shall do, sir, if the spirits allow.
I am impressed and at the same time would not be acceptant to anything less. We need to see more of your works.
Love the accent 🙂
I even like how you close the 📚😁
That was a great commercial, and you did a fantastic job!
Thank you, Ann.
Well done. Good to see you retrieve your adult libation.
Love the piece. *Funny
The commercial was very entertaining. I also appreciated the message. I go to a church full of seminary students, and get the idea sometimes that they see storytelling as less than great communicating of the gospel. (I usually refrain from reminding them that every time Jesus made a point, He told a story. 😉 )
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