Any comments on this one, Red5?Originally Posted by CasiopeaI believe it was because C3-PO and his kind were fashioned after English butlers. :wink: Their job was to serve humankind in various aspects of life.Originally Posted by TakaI found it in the dialogue in Star Wars.Originally Posted by tdolMaybe it's a BE thing, but I don't say 'here goes nothing'. 'Here we go' can be negative or positive in BE. It can be said before an unpleasant event, but it is also sung by football fans.Originally Posted by TakaWhy does "Here goes nothing" have almost the same meaning as "Here we go"? I mean, it's "nothing"...you know...
By the way, as a British, why do you think C3-PO speaks with a broad British accent?
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