The Chap - The Chap issue 61
The Chap issue 61 in the group Magazines / Lifestyle at Sivletto (w5944-61)
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The Chap's Feb/Mar 2012 edition canoodles with love and the ladies:

Cover story: why our very own blonde bombshell Diana Dors never became Britain's Marylin Monroe
Interview: Monty Python lady Carol Cleveland spills the beans on the Python version of trashing hotel rooms and the banned episode of the Avengers
Blades of Honour: the history of duelling and its application to modern complaints
Gambling: our new Turf correspondent on the Cheltenham Festival and legendary tipster Prince Monolulu
Love Letters - a short history and how to write them
Nathaniel Adams redresses the sartorial style of political agitators
Cricket: new sports writer Steve Pittard looks at declining sartorial standards in the game
Biography: the life and times of Sylvia Brooke, last Ranee of Sarawak
Argentine Steps: the complex socio-sartorial history of the Tango
Grooming - our expert in the bathroom on pre-shave unguents and lotions
Michael "Atters" Attree on the lover's moustache
Drinking: Neil J. Ridley on the mythology of love potions
Brief Encounters: Fleur de Guerre launches her new lonely chaps column
Lapse of Panache: George Mallory vs Conrad Anker
Tristan Langlois re-enacts the Battle of Balaclava at a wedding breakfast
Mr. Bell the Butler dishes out sound advice on sock suspenders, ski wear and Fair Isle sweaters
The Chap Questionnaire: wine connoiseur "Jolly" Olly Smith
Plus: Am I Chap?, Chap of the Month and the Personal Footman Duo-horned Orchestraphone (patent pending)

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Text in British English
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The Chap issue 61

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