There you are, old chap, only got a hole in your gristly lip.
I have in mind one old chap who used to herd the sheep on my uncle's farm.
"You'll eat your Christmas dinner in London, old chap," he said.
From the first, Alfred says, the old chap's only repartee was, 'You wait and you'll see!'
But some of them, especially an old chap called Griffin, the foreman, didn't seem to mind it at all.
"Hope I've not kept you waiting, old chap," said his lordship genially.
“No, old chap,” cried North, slapping the sexton on the shoulder in a jocular way.
You've got to convince the old chap on the bench or you won't get a verdict.
The old chap is out of the running, to start with, so I must hunt up the others.
I say, old chap, what would you have gained by overtaking the lady?