Lifestyle that involves freely travelling to major cities of the world and always going for the most expensive accomodation. Synonymous with Haute couture, aristocracy etc.
Those who bash the jet set lifestyle will 99.9% of the time not be able to afford it. The other 1 in 1000 people who discriminate against it are usually former jet setters too old for travelling much, have a fear of flying (but there's always boats) or simply live in a cave.
Formed by David Sterling to aid montgomery in North Africa in WWII, the SAS was a team of five officers and sixty men who were all drawn from the commando units. They were put through gruelling training. Early failures were overlooked in the light of successful tactics and destructive capability shown later in the war.
When one member was captured, he escaped, and walked 200 miles in eight days of blistering desert heat with no more than a map, compass and a pair of shorts to rejoin his comrades.
Famously expensive watches. Most examples of such are actually fakes sold for less than 1% the price of a real Rolex. The tell-tale sign (other than the price) is that on a real rolex, the second hand has continous motion, instead fo ticking like an ordinary watch.
fake rolex, cheapy cheap! Ten dolla! Also sucky sucky for ten dolla!
The base is rather obviously World War Two, and the source is southern Britain, flooded by fleeing French with a Ze accent. The term was used by British towards French to make them work faster so there was a hope of liberation.
Come on Pierre, before ze germans get here we need that milk crate!