Love Actually – Gift Wrapping Scene
Salesman: Looking for anything in particular, sir?
Harry: Yes. That necklace there, how much is it?
Salesman: It’s £270.
Harry: Erm, all right. Er, I’ll have it.
Salesman: Lovely. Would you like it… gift wrapped?
Harry: Yes, all right.
Salesman: Lovely. Let me just pop it in the box. There.
Harry: Look, could we be quite quick?
Salesman: Certainly, sir. Ready in the flashiest of flashes. There.
Harry: That’s great.
Salesman: Not quite finished.
Harry: I don’t need a bag, I’ll put it in my pocket.
Salesman: Oh, this isn’t a bag, sir.
Salesman: This is so much more than a bag.
Harry: Ooh! Could we be quite quick, please?
Harry: What’s that?
Salesman: A cinnamon stick, sir.
Harry: Actually, I really can’t wait.
Salesman: You won’t regret it, sir.
Harry: Want to bet?
Salesman: ‘Tis but the work of a moment. There we go. Almost finished.
Harry: Almost finished? What else it’s gonna be? Are you gonna dip it in yogurt? Cover it with chocolate buttons?
Salesman: No, sir, we’re going to pop it in the Christmas box.
Harry: But I don’t want a Christmas box.
Salesman: But you said you wanted it gift wrapped.
Harry: I did but…
Salesman: This is the final flourish.
Harry: Can I just pay?
Salesman: All we need now…
Harry: Oh, God.
Salesman: …is a sprig of holly.
Harry: No, no, no, no. No bloody holly.
Salesman: But sir…
Harry: Leave it. (Karen walks up.) Ooh!
Salesman: Loitering around the jewelry section, I see.
Harry: No. I was just looking around.
Salesman: Don’t worry. My expectations are not that high.