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"Seriously, Ms Jackson, I invite you around for high tea and you turn up leather clad, groaning, and hollering about touching yourself. Mrs Wilberforce didn’t know where to look and the vicar was most upset."

Rating: 4 / 10

Patrick Freyne, 11 Mar 2008

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Rating: 4 / 10
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