This week features a new gentleman friend
, numerous digs ('a little token from the market that reminded me of you
No sense of "Be careful, Cousin X's gentleman friend
is liable to get you in a corner"?
My parents embraced this habit for so long that, when my father in his 70s started attending Mass with my mother, she was tickled that many in her parish wondered where she had suddenly picked up the handsome older gentleman friend
She has made friends at Lone Oak and has a gentleman friend
, a "young blade" named Frank, a 78-year-old resident with an Irish brogue who stops by every day to take her to lunch.
Here, I'm on my boat in St Tropez with a gentleman friend
- you can't live with them and you can't live without them.
His depictions of Betty Coed, the prototypical "flapper" (along with her gentleman friend
, Joe College), became the quintessential definition of the decade's "flaming youth.
And then without missing a beat, answers, "A distinguished gentleman friend
of the family who has just left the room.
She had a gentleman friend
who used to call on her but is now restricted by a heart problem and is confined to a wheelchair.
I found I wasn't strong enough to pinch the wires off even with a bolt cutter, but a gentleman friend
nipped them off for me and the rest was easy.
She said: "I have a lovely gentleman friend
who I hope is going to sing a nice song for us.
Now mum has a gentleman friend
and my sister wants me to have a word because she thinks it is disrespectful to dad's memory.
I recently joined a dating agency to find a gentleman friend
- someone to go out with for meals and trips to the theatre and cinema.
And that's exactly what my new gentleman friend
Mil and I did at the De Vere Cameron House hotel on Loch Lomond, in Scotland.
I love the idea of him holding me in his arms, and loving me,'' Florence Alexander said of her gentleman friend
, Sam Rothman.
won't pay his way QI'M 60 and was widowed five years ago.