Another Year (2010)
Gerri: On a scale of one to ten, how happy would you say you are, Janet?
Gerri: One. I think there's room for improvement there, don't you?
Mary: I'm very much a glass-half-full kind of girl. But it's tricky, because... I meet these older men who want somebody younger, and that's great, because I fit the bill. But... when they find out that... you know, I'm not as young as they thought, they don't want to know. My looks work against me.
Mary: You can't go around with a big sign saying don't fall in love with me I'm married.
Tom: Well, most people wear a ring.
Mary: Well he didn't.
Katie: I went to a college in Croydon.
Mary: [in an intimidating manner] Which College in Croydon?
Katie: [responding awkwardly] ... The Croydon College.
Tom: The aptly named!
Gerri: What is the one thing that will improve your life apart from sleeping?
Janet: Different life.
Ken: Young people, young people. Everything's for young people. Those bars, you know, they're full of young people shouting about nothing.
Tom: I seem to remember you got banned from a number of pubs in Hull for shouting about nothing when you were a young person.
Ken: [retelling the event] "Ken, we like you. You're a good bloke, you're good on the darts, but if you talk about politics again, you're barred!".
[both burst into laughter]
Tom: Alright, I dig holes.
Katie: That's just calling a spade a spade, isn't it ?
Gerri: I always call it a shovel.
Tom: You call it a fork. I call it a trailer-mounted tripod cable percussive boring unit.
Gerri: That's why I love him.
Tanya: So how long's this been going on for?
Janet: I don't know.
Tanya: A few weeks?
Janet: A long time.
Tanya: A year?
Janet: I Suppose so.
Tanya: A whole year? You've taken your time to come and see me, haven't you?