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Borat's Guide To Hunting
(Borat is standing in the English countryside)
Borat - Every Englishman must have a hobby. Some like to collect the stamp. Some like to make the jam. But the most fun is to kill a little animal with a shotgun or rip him up with a wild dog. This is why I come to the countryside to find out about English hobbies.
(Borat is with an elderly hunter)
Borat - Hello. You are here on a hunt?
Hunter - Yes, yes I am indeed.
Borat - And you are... Why do you not have a horse?
Hunter - Can't afford one to be quite honest.
Borat - Why not?
Hunter - I'm retired now.
Borat - You are a retard?
Hunter - Yes I am... www.webgeordie.co.uk/borat
Borat - Like a mongoloid?
Borat - So you hunt a lot?
Hunter - I hunt a lot? Yes.
Borat - You are a real man!
Hunter - Yes, yes I am.
Borat - We say, "A man who does not hunt", in Kazakhstan, "Is like a man with no..." How do you say?
(Borat gesture to his groin)
Hunter - You say, "You've no bollocks", I think.
Borat - Bollocks?
Hunter - I shouldn't say that.
Hunter - Yes, probably.
Borat - You have big bollocks?
Hunter - I shouldn't think so. Not now.
Borat - Can I touch them?
Hunter - No.
Borat - Why?
Hunter - It's private.
(Borat is with a cheerful policeman)
Borat - You are English Policeman?
Policeman - Yes
Borat - Hello
(Borat proceeds to kiss the policeman on both cheeks)
Borat - Do you believe in the hunt?
Policeman - I have to remain impartial with my views.
Borat - Because you are English Policeman! The greatest police in the force!
Policeman - And they say, "Everything is cricket", in England. Don't they?
Borat - Everything is cricket? This is cricket?
Policeman - No no no. It's just a saying, just a saying.
Borat - They play?
Policeman - Cricket?
Borat - Yes, cricket.
Policeman - Cricket is a gentleman's sport and everyone has the right to be gentlemen in England, as such.
Borat - And they play cricket today?
Policeman - No no no. I am confusing you now. Forget the cricket side of things. It's just a saying anyway.
Borat - And people they protest against the cricket?
Policeman - Forget the cricket! It's just a saying. I just said, "Cricket". It has nothing to do with the hunting.
Borat - So why did you say it?
(Borat is talking to two protestors; one a short middle aged woman; the other a teenage girl)
Borat - Why do you like to hunt the fox?
Protestor 1 - I do not hunt the fox! I think people that hunt the fox are the scum of the earth.
(Borat shows the lady his bear hunting badge on his jacket lapel)
Borat - In Kazikstan...
Protestor 1 - You kill bears!
Borat - Yes. Kill them.
Protestor 1 - He kills bears!
Protestor 2 - You kill bears! That's evil
Borat - No. In Kazakhstan we shoot animal. We do not hunt the fox.
Protestor 2 - Well you shouldn't be talking to us because we love animals.
Borat - We love animal too.
Protestor 1 - So why do you shoot them?
Protestor 1 - You evil bastard! Piss off!
(Borat walks away but then returns)
Borat - I do not kill fox.
Protestor 1 - But you kill bears.
Borat - There is no more bears in Kazakhstan.
Protestor 1 - Because you've killed them all!
(Borat is talking to two different protestors; both middle aged women)
Borat - In Kazakhstan we love animals.
Protestor - Good for you.
Borat - We have most popular program on television is animal program.
Protestor - Good.
Borat - Is called, "Dancing Dog and Cat". They dress the dog like a family Royal, like Prince Elizabeth, one with the crown and they dance.
Protestor - But do they treat that animal well.
Borat - Yes they treat very well. They give them food and they only have... (Borat mimics a dog dancing) And the floor is a bit hot so they jump...
(Borat is talking to an elderly hunter on a horse)
Borat - It is great... We love in Kazakhstan to kill animals. For a hunt is so much fun.
Hunter - It is much fun. It is much fun.
Hunter - It is. It is. It is.
Borat - It make you feel like a real man.
Hunter - It does. It makes you feel big.
(Borat is talking to a hunter outside of a van)
Hunter - You shoot dogs? Do you? Well in England we rather like dogs.
Borat - But why you like them? In Kazakhstan they say this they think you crazy.
(Borat finishes the interview)
Borat - Thank you very much.
Hunter - Bye. Have a good journey.
(Borat is with an elderly man in a field full of demonstrators who support hunting. The man comes across as genuinely sad).
Man - The Labour Government is so Anti-Britain. I don't understand it.
Borat - There are men who homosexual there?
Man - There are! Some of them are homosexual. And it seems to me that nowadays you never hear of anything else. It's dreadful.
Borat - You only hear about homosexuals?
Man - Yes, it's awful. Pathetic.
Borat - You think that Blair is a man who takes his clothes off and makes his hrÓng go hard and put it in another man's bottom?
Man - No, not Blair. But some of the others are doing it.
(The scene cuts to the end of the interview and the farewells).
Borat - Good luck
Man - And good luck with your comedy.
(Borat gives the man a big hug and attempts to kiss him on both cheeks. The man breaks this off rather abruptly).
Man - No thank you
Borat - I kiss to say thank you!
(Borat gives him another hug this times succeeding to kiss him on both cheeks)
Man - Oh dear! Oh quite.
(Borat is firstly pictures struggling to cross a ploughed field. Borat is then shown taclking to a plump middle aged chap who has a dead partridge in his hands).
Borat - What does the Partridge taste like?
Man - Slightly stronger than chicken. Very nice
Borat - You eat the Partridge?
Man - Oh yes
Borat - You like to eat? You are big and fat? (Borat grabs the man and gives him a friendly shake).
Man - (Rather embarassed). Shhhhh
Borat - You are fat!
Man - (Rather annoyed). No, I'm not.
(The scene cuts to the man showing Borat the dead partridge).
Borat - Hello Mr Partridge. You have a nice day? What does he say? You do the voice.
Borat - And is... this is dead? Hello Mr Partridge how are you?
Man - (Doing a 'partridge voice' and making the dead partridge's mouth move). I'm very well Borat. How are you?
Borat - Very good. You having a nice day today?
Man - I am.
Borat - And are you from England?
Man - Yes.
Borat - And are you English Gentleman?
Man - Yes.
Borat - And how old are you?
Man - (Obviously a bit sick of doing the 'partridge voice' and making the dead partridge's mouth move). I don't know.
(Borat is pictured standing next to a lady in a Barbour Jacket. The lady carries her young child. The young child carries a dead partridge).
Borat - Well we say goodbye from English Partridge shoot. Thank you, Jagshemash.
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