Tom Hiddleston (Sweet 16) (1000)

376 Name: Heynon : 2017-12-03 02:55 ID:LfjWE7CD

>>374, >>375 I guess my understanding of the word was an older usage (sorry in advance, word geek here!)- see the 2nd part of this definition:

Word Origin and History for ponce (n.)

slang term, chiefly British, 1872, originally "a pimp, a man supported by women" (pouncey in same sense is attested from 1861), of unknown origin, perhaps from French pensionnaire "boarder, lodger, person living without working." Meaning "male homosexual" first attested 1932 in Auden [OED]. Also as a verb. Related: Poncey. [Online Etymology Dictionary]

>>375 There was also some gossip mid- or near the end of Tayto that he'd gone on to her squad about his double first, and he'd made fun of TS for not knowing Latin or having read certain books. Oddly, the Gossip Cop denied the first two but not the bit about the books.... He has a surprising ability to rub people the wrong way.

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