The exact quote is: ” I’ll give you three cents for every coffee collar used.” This quote was gleaned from the movie “Made of Honor”
The man on top of the horse is in a dire situation. He’s begging for the usage of the horse so he can ride with much haste to save his BBF from the wrong man. Tom’s BBF is Hannah and she is about to marry a Scottish Lord. A Scottish Lord whose family also makes Highland Malt Whiskey. Colin Mcdreamy… is tall, handsome, romantic, can sing, can throw a log across a football field and is rich . He also saved Hannah from sure death from the sheep zombies attacking her car one day . The kind of guy any woman in her right mind would want to marry. He also wants a brood of children to fill his castle with. Where as Tom is a man who’s roving eye that has a perpetual twitch from over use. Women flow like a bubbling stream from his bedroom . He’s also rich. In the story he was the entrepreneur that invented the Coffee Collar. For ten years in the states, these two buddies did everything together. Everyone thought they would someday get married . Unfortunately, for all their friends the date was never set. Wedding bells were alas never heard in their vicinity. Why did it take so long for Tom to wake up and smell the coffee? Only when someone else’s deep voice started to murmur sweet Scottish words into her ears did the bells and whistles start singing in Tom’s ears?
And, don’t think you are out of the hot water either Hannah… Really, this is your mother speaking…This so called “catalyst” could it not have been started earlier? There is a psychosis connected to grand childless agony that I personally have caught . The endless nights of weeping …You could have already had at least five grandchildren by now…See these gray hairs? Each strand of gray hair has a personal connection with ignoring the pain of not having my own grandchildren. If only, you two had married as I prophesied at least 10 years ago….
Like all good stories there is an ending. But I alas, I am a person of strong moral character that can not…will not… allow the uninitiated the privilege of knowing if he fell off the horse, was dragged for 10 miles… ended up with a wooden peg leg…or got to the church on time to thwart true love in the making…only time will tell.