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Yes!

Yes! Yes! Yes! it’s uber-revolting!!!

Yes!!! 
But Clive, at least Maurice will shave it off once you ditch him. Unlike your own later ludicrous ’tache, calculated to make audiences burst into singing Queen’s ‘We are the Champions’ every time you appear.
This scene also illustrates fiwen9430’s comment [x] about hair (facial or otherwise) and textual fidelity. In the novel, (black-haired) Maurice’s (thin/pencil) moustache (and the line that it will be ‘the making of him’) appears much earlier (Ch. 8, before the creaky-chair making-out scene), and signals his burgeoning hotness. In EMF’s early drafts, Maurice/Alec is a meeting of two (hot-sex) clipped moustaches. :)) The film, obviously, uses ‘the leaping moustache’ [x] rather differently…

I’m so glad Alec didn’t have a moustache in the movie!
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Yes!

Yes! Yes! Yes! it’s uber-revolting!!!

Yes!!! 
But Clive, at least Maurice will shave it off once you ditch him. Unlike your own later ludicrous ’tache, calculated to make audiences burst into singing Queen’s ‘We are the Champions’ every time you appear.
This scene also illustrates fiwen9430’s comment [x] about hair (facial or otherwise) and textual fidelity. In the novel, (black-haired) Maurice’s (thin/pencil) moustache (and the line that it will be ‘the making of him’) appears much earlier (Ch. 8, before the creaky-chair making-out scene), and signals his burgeoning hotness. In EMF’s early drafts, Maurice/Alec is a meeting of two (hot-sex) clipped moustaches. :)) The film, obviously, uses ‘the leaping moustache’ [x] rather differently…

I’m so glad Alec didn’t have a moustache in the movie!
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Yes!

Yes! Yes! Yes! it’s uber-revolting!!!

Yes!!! 
But Clive, at least Maurice will shave it off once you ditch him. Unlike your own later ludicrous ’tache, calculated to make audiences burst into singing Queen’s ‘We are the Champions’ every time you appear.
This scene also illustrates fiwen9430’s comment [x] about hair (facial or otherwise) and textual fidelity. In the novel, (black-haired) Maurice’s (thin/pencil) moustache (and the line that it will be ‘the making of him’) appears much earlier (Ch. 8, before the creaky-chair making-out scene), and signals his burgeoning hotness. In EMF’s early drafts, Maurice/Alec is a meeting of two (hot-sex) clipped moustaches. :)) The film, obviously, uses ‘the leaping moustache’ [x] rather differently…

I’m so glad Alec didn’t have a moustache in the movie!
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ignite0me:

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Yes!

Yes! Yes! Yes! it’s uber-revolting!!!

Yes!!! 
But Clive, at least Maurice will shave it off once you ditch him. Unlike your own later ludicrous ’tache, calculated to make audiences burst into singing Queen’s ‘We are the Champions’ every time you appear.
This scene also illustrates fiwen9430’s comment [x] about hair (facial or otherwise) and textual fidelity. In the novel, (black-haired) Maurice’s (thin/pencil) moustache (and the line that it will be ‘the making of him’) appears much earlier (Ch. 8, before the creaky-chair making-out scene), and signals his burgeoning hotness. In EMF’s early drafts, Maurice/Alec is a meeting of two (hot-sex) clipped moustaches. :)) The film, obviously, uses ‘the leaping moustache’ [x] rather differently…

I’m so glad Alec didn’t have a moustache in the movie!

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Yes!

Yes! Yes! Yes! it’s uber-revolting!!!

Yes!!!

But Clive, at least Maurice will shave it off once you ditch him. Unlike your own later ludicrous ’tache, calculated to make audiences burst into singing Queen’s ‘We are the Champions’ every time you appear.

This scene also illustrates fiwen9430’s comment [x] about hair (facial or otherwise) and textual fidelity. In the novel, (black-haired) Maurice’s (thin/pencil) moustache (and the line that it will be ‘the making of him’) appears much earlier (Ch. 8, before the creaky-chair making-out scene), and signals his burgeoning hotness. In EMF’s early drafts, Maurice/Alec is a meeting of two (hot-sex) clipped moustaches. :)) The film, obviously, uses ‘the leaping moustache’ [x] rather differently…

I’m so glad Alec didn’t have a moustache in the movie!

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