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#1
was a rather extraordinary chap. Just had a look at the Fry-beleagured movie 'Wilde'. Rather good. But if Wilde was gay how is it that he shagged his mrs senseless?

I'm desperate too know. And a bit drunk too.
 
#4
tommy_jock_jingles said:
Not that I am poking fun at a very British institution, perhaps a more fogey-toity one than Mr. Bean. I have many gay friends...
Erm IIRC his place of birth and his mothers political views were not distinctly British.
 
#5
Trick said:
tommy_jock_jingles said:
Not that I am poking fun at a very British institution, perhaps a more fogey-toity one than Mr. Bean. I have many gay friends...
Erm IIRC his place of birth and his mothers political views were not distinctly British.
You're certainly right there, Flick. She was a very radical Irish Nationalist who used the pen-name "Speranza" (which is Italian for "hope").

MsG
 
#6
I think that is where his feel for language sprang from Bugsy. Definitely a touch of the Blarney Stone. A much maligned man in my opinion.
 
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