‘The Gentleman’s Guide’ from Kingsman
Posted: February 21, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Diplomacy, Entertainment | Tags: Colin Firth, Comic book, Fifty Shades of Grey, Film, Kick-Ass, Kingsman, Matthew Vaughn, The Gentleman's Guide, The Secret Service
According to “The Gentleman’s Guide” on the film’s official website, “The Rules” of a Kingsman Gentleman are as follows:
- A gentleman never tells about conquests, private matters, or dealings. His business is nobody else’s.
- A gentleman doesn’t clash in public with enemies or exes, or worse, with out-of-fashion contrasts, colors or styles.
- A gentleman is always happy to serve, whether it’s opening the door, picking up the bill, or merely calling a cab the next morning. Ask him for help and he cannot refuse.
- A gentleman never reacts to rudeness. He pretends he doesn’t recognize it and moves on like it never happened, because it never should have.
- A gentleman is always on target with witty remarks, interesting facts, and conversation starters that bring the best out of everyone.
- A gentleman asks non-invasive questions to keep a conversation going and attention focused on others. He makes them feel like the most interesting person he’s ever met, whether that’s true or not.
via Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014) – Trivia – IMDb