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The Chap Magazine
A journal for the modern gentleman, host of the Chap Olympics and agents of Anarcho-Dandyism
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LondonTown.com Jun 19
In celebration of its 20th anniversary, 100th edition and the launch of its new fragrance, Flâneur by The Chap, is hosting The Grand Flâneur Walk:
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @TheChapMag
Jeremy Hunt: out of the running due to curly collar
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @miss_appropriat
And his explanation: “I took off my tie because I wanted to take off my tie.” Zen wisdom or hot flush?
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
The only sensible way to choose the right candidate is through their choice of tie. Boris: lacks width, skewed; Michael: too dangly; Rory: knitted, shows maverick streak; Sajid: creased but good knot
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @TheChapMag
But did your free copy have the alternate US ending?
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @TheChapMag
“I made the tedious journey to Bayswater. It was typical of Lionel that he should live on the wrong side of the Park.” Thank goodness for the viewer warning
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @flyingbishop1
“I’d say that you were vain, selfish, cruel, deceitful. I’d say that you were adorable. I’d say that you were Sybella.” Deeply offensive stuff
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @TheChapMag
“Kind hearts are more than coronets, and simple faith than Norman blood.” Shocking stuff. Thank goodness for the warning about offensive language
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @TheChapMag
It must be referring to the line “The possible future Duke of Chalfont became an assistant at the drapery. This humiliation continued for two dispiriting years”
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
New dvd release of Kind Hearts and Coronets comes with a warning that “some of the language used reflects historical attitudes that viewers may find offensive” Has it really come to this?
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Matt Deckard Jun 18
The Los Angeles chapter of the Grand Flaneur walk in 14th July will be headed by fully qualified flaneur Matt Deckard . . . .
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
Replying to @RoryStewartUK
“Let me introduce you to my tailor, Rory. He might be able to do something about the huge flare on your jacket.”
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Jo Nightingale Jun 18
I've long enjoyed back-issues of , but issue 100 is my first in its new format: . Contrary to my fears it's better than ever, with features on Terry-Thomas, Sebastian Horsley, Lauren Bacall, Leslie Philips, Paris flaneuring and more; recommended.
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The Chap Magazine Jun 18
The Grand Flaneur Walk Goes Global -
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The Chap Magazine Jun 17
S2 not quite as good as S1, but still spectacular and has the best line: “I hate breakfast. Endless eggs...why eggs? Who decided?”
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Paul Duane Jun 17
Nine years today since we lost Sebastian Horsley. He wouldn't have liked 2019 much but, selfishly, I'd prefer if he was still around.
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Martin Barden Jun 17
Gone too soon. Sebastian Horsley 8 August 1962 – 17 June 2010.
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The Chap Magazine Jun 17
The Grand Flaneur Walk on Sunday 14th July in London will now be accompanied by similar walks in Dusseldorf and Los Angeles at midday GMT
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The Chap Magazine Jun 16
Happy from the Vulcans
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The Chap Magazine Jun 15
Amazing rainbow over
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