LIVE! LIVE! Life is a banquet, and some sorry sons of bitches are starving!
Englishman In NewYork. I fudged a little with the "NewYork."
don't know him(must go google)
Witty, flamboyant, campy
Naked Civil Servant!
One of mu favorite books!!!! What an entertaining biography.
Did you ever see the film they made of it with John Hurt? He was brilliant as QC and later reprised the role in the film based on his later book "An Englishman in New York."
No Debs, I didn't see the film and how did I not know of it. He was a character. I will have to find this movie.
Stately English Homo
Naked Civil Servant.
Beat of his own drum.
Interesting life model
Exhibitionism (is like) a drug. Jx
Unusual, strange, but mesmerizing.
That iconic look......
"Men got laid"" Women get screwed"
Man of quotes.
mistress when older.
The problem with children and assistance is that their no returnable.
The mad hatter?*I don't know who he is*
Quaint, English, writer
Teen rent boy.
Queer cool style.
Extravagant, quirky, campy. I adored Quentin Crisp
(sorry, he's making me do 4)NEITHER CONFIRM NOR DENY.
He was baroque.
Needs another hat
His fancy dress
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Elderly gay icon.Perhaps I should explain that. The first time I ever became aware of Crisp was about 1978 when he was a guest on a local Cleveland talk show called Afternoon Exchange. He was entertaining, but I was struck by his age. According to Wikipedia, he would have been 70, but to my 16-year old eyes he looked even older. It sounds silly now, but I had never seen a gay senior citizen before. I guess back then I didn't believe it was possible!
That must have been an entertaining eye opening talk show for Cleveland.
Royal hay court.
Eccentric gay humorist.
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!