the audience speaks

As the "online media manager" (a title invented one day on the Meadows as more respectable than "blogging muggins") I try to keep track of the online public response to the Penny Dreadfuls. Today's find beats every other quote out of town:
If i could bring them off using words alone, I would.
Delightful - we're glad Aeneas Faversham had such a strong impact and hope that our mothers are not reading this.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

A mortified young lady of Greater London wishes to know where you get your information from, and whether or not she would get royalties if you were to use her quote on your flyers.

11:22 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Google is a very powerful thing - and, quite sadly, such unrivalled explicitness could never grace our refined, bespoke publicity material. It will, however, appear on our limited edition series of naughty woodcuts and lithographs.

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Miranda said...

The mortified lady (a term used loosely, so to speak) is now less mortified, and looks forward to the unveiling of said woodcuts and lithographs. She continues to wish you every success in the cut-throat world of comedy and chimney-sweeping.

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

loosely...? 'lady' or 'mortified'?

10:53 PM  
Anonymous Miranda said...

'Lady' was the term I used loosely. Given my '...I would bring them off...' comment, it's not difficult to comprehend as to the whyness. Who knew that little outburst of mine would travel so far across electric cyberspace? Ho hum. Lost my reputation in yet another city.

11:03 PM  

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