I had a very prominent chin, my lips were very thin and I also had slitty
This little man with a duffed-up face, slitty
eyes, toothless, bald, bow-legged, no name, clutched me with his tiny fingers and captured my heart.
While on a visit to China in 1986 he warns Edinburgh students in Xian: "If you stay here much longer, you'll get slitty
To a group of women at a community centre in Chadwell Heath, East London To a British student in China, 1986 If you stay here much longer, you'll go home with slitty
eyes You're not wearing mink knickers are you?
Not in China, where he made remarks about slitty
eyes; not in Hungary where he talked of Hungarians having pot-bellies; not among the handicapped - he upset a group of deaf people only the other week by saying that their music was so loud it was no wonder they were deaf.
At Hertfordshire University, 2003: "stay longer, go home slitty
eyes student in "During the Blitz, a lot of shops had their windows blown in and put up notices saying, 'More open than usual'.
Whether it's asking Aborigines if they still throw spears or saying that if you stay in Asia too long, you'll get slitty
eyes, the man is a comedy genius.
Partic'ly all them dagoes we meet abroad, wiv their slitty
eyes and pot-bellies an' everyfink.
1986 - During a tour of China, Prince Philip loudly advised a British student studying in Beijing, "Don't stay too long or you'll go back with slitty
eyes" and in New Zealand the Queen was targeted by bare-bottomed Maori protesters attempting a 21-bum salute.