YOUR NEUTRAL APOSTROPHES SICKEN ME

Mr. Q. Crisp, portrayed by his “representative on earth,” John Hurt, in The Naked Civil Servant (a film with Friz Quadrata intertitles):

Old man with blue-rinsed hair in brown jacket, pink shirt, and black ascot tells children: I defy you to do your worst. It can hardly be my worst. Mine has already and often happened to me.
You cannot touch me now. I am one of the stately homos of England.

I took Quentin Crisp to lunch circa 1994.

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