Does "raising bulldogs (of excellent pedigree)" count as
Also, what about "worshipping God"? It's not really shown directly, but More says:
You and your class have given in, as you rightly call it...
...'cause this country's religion means nothing to you at all.
The nobility of England would have snored through the Sermon on the Mount!
But you'll labour like scholars over a bulldog's pedigree.
So they're at odds about how to worship. Thomas believes worshiping God must come from the core of you, and he accuses Norfolk of only worshiping for appearances, or to serve his own "appetites":
I will not give in, because I oppose it.
Not my pride, not my spleen, nor any other of my appetites, but I do, l.
Is there, in the midst of all this muscle, no sinew that serves no appetite...of Norfolk's, but is just Norfolk?
[Man, the other actors must have been annoyed at how many good lines Paul Scofield got. ]
Meanwhile Norfolk just thinks he's being mean and too judgmental about the whole thing ("You can be cruel when you want, but I've always known that.").