Hitchhiking back to grandma's house Morley: I guess the "thumbs up" is a universal hitchhiking sign, right? Dan: More or less. Although, two guys and a girl. I don't know if we'll get picked up. Morley: Pull your pants leg up and show the drivers a little leg. We'll get picked up for sure. Dan: Very funny. Maybe we'll have more luck if Kathy hitches. We can kick back over there. Morley: It's kind of mean to make her do all the work. Dan: She made us eat rat meat. This only makes it fair.
Most pubs have at least two separate bars, like first and second class on the railways. The "public bar" which is for ordinary people and women is the basic drinking shop. The "lounge bar" (or saloon bar) which is for traveling salesmen and “ladies” probably has a carpet on the floor and rather more plush decoration. There may be a difference of a few pence in the drink prices, although all pubs are required by law to put their price lists prominently on display.