Not a bad way to be remembered

She had a wicked sense of humour, joie de vivre by the bucket loads and, when partying, never let the side down by having one drink too few,”

Said of Ruth Pearson, Pan’s People dancer.

7 comments on “Not a bad way to be remembered

  1. The problem with that is the code that obituaries use. We understand she was a bit of a lush. Fine. The implication may be that she was an easy lay with the “joy” stuff. But a wicked sense of humour might mean she was a nasty drunk that drove any sensible man away as fast as his legs could carry him.

    Either way, she would be better off being remembered by her fifteen grandchildren.

  2. I’m getting quite worried that all the young people seem to be dying – though I suppose they’re not so young anymore.

  3. As Fletch said in Porridge about Pan’s People…”Beautiful Babs…no idea what her name was mind”

  4. It was the little dark haired exotic looking one who used to give me the horn. Don’t know her name.

  5. “Either way, she would be better off being remembered by her fifteen grandchildren.”

    Maybe, or perhaps as Woody Allen said, “I don’t want to live on through my children, I want to live on in my apartment”.

  6. “I don’t want to live on in the hearts of my countrymen; I want to live on in my apartment. Preceded by “I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work; I want to achieve immortality through not dying.”

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