01 October 2008

This Might Be a Case of the Ponce Calling the Ponce, Ponce-y . . .

From a review of a Spanish restaurant in the Times of London by AA Gill:
It would undoubtedly be poncy. Poncy little bits of ponced-up ponce, served on poncy plates in a poncified room, by oleaginous ponces to unmitigated superponces. The whole thing would unquestionably be a poncimonious cluster-ponce. (Ponce, and its derivatives, is the most commonly used word in the letters you write to me. If anybody is foolishly thinking of opening a restaurant, you could call it Once a Ponce a Thyme.)

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