- Almost offensively English. Some Irish, Scottish, and Welsh people might debate 'almost'.
- Burke's Peerage claims he's nobility. Barely.
- Everything about him suggests a highly-bred Silver Fang... except having no Pure Breed.
- Well, and the introduction as a Shadow Lord.
- Apparently some kind of writer?
- Smart-arse. Emphasis on the smart, but there's quite a lot of arse in there as well.
'Tall, light, and handsome' isn't quite the usual phrase, but it's accurate enough. A touch over six foot, lean but muscled, with short platinum blond hair, cynical cerulean eyes, a square jaw, and -- most strikingly -- cheekbones one could probably use to cut glass. His eyebrows are a few shades darker than his hair, and there's a break near the outer edge of the left one, where a pale scar crosses it. He looks to be perhaps thirty, and carries himself with an air of assurance, not to say arrogance. It would be easy to believe that he has always known his place, and his place has always been at the top. To those familiar with the accents of the UK, his public-school tones suggest the same.
He dresses simply but well, and generally in dark colours; often entirely in black, though another joins it many days. Not given to obvious labels; the fabric, fit, and finish of his clothes bespeak quality on their own. Accessories are sparing -- now and then a necklace, or a watch.
He's dressed simply but well, probably in dark colours, and without much in the way of accessories.
There should be a kind of awkward tension whenever a journalist walks into a room that politicians are in, because you should've done things that annoyed them in the past. It's the same as a comedian. You're no one's friend.John Oliver
Fools are my theme; let satire be my song.Lord Byron
A true gentleman is one who is never unintentionally rude.Oscar Wilde
It is absurd to divide people into good and bad. People are either charming or tedious.Oscar Wilde[more]
The truth is rarely pure and never simple.Oscar Wilde
A thing is not necessarily true because a man dies for it.Oscar Wilde
I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying.Oscar Wilde
There is no sin except stupidity.Oscar Wilde
A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal.Oscar Wilde
Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit but the highest form of intelligence.Oscar Wilde
Whenever people agree with me I always feel I must be wrong.Oscar Wilde
Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.Oscar Wilde
Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about.Oscar Wilde
Satire is traditionally the weapon of the powerless against the powerful.Molly Ivins
Satire is a lesson, parody is a game. Vladimir Nabokov
Satire is what the English have instead of revolutions and uprisings. Kate Fox[less]