I will accept anything in the theatre . . . provided it amuses or moves me. But if it does neither, I want to go home.
But why, oh why, do the wrong people travel, when the right people stay at home?
Though the fact that they have to be rebuilt And frequently mortgaged to the hilt Is inclined to take the gilt Off the gingerbread, And certainly damps the fun Of the eldest son.
The Stately Homes of England, How beautiful they stand, To prove the Upper Classes, Have still the Upper Hand.
I'll go and see anything so long as it amuses me, or moves me. If it doesn't do either I want to go home.
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