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script, I should explain that Rick's bit of skirt was a skirt of beef (it's a cut from the lower flank) rustled up by his head chef at Padstow to remind him of the simple, tasty food routinely on offer in modest French restaurants.
As soon as I heard the name and what he was like - a rogue who likes a bit of skirt - I said that I'd do it.
But when we're with his friends he's always making fun of me and calling me his Bit of Skirt or Arm Candy.