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  pidets
 
05:58pm 22/11/2006
  This is a portrait of Oscar Wilde made
by the artist Lena Hades lena_hades
 
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Oscar and the Masons... 
  virgofolkie
 
03:34pm 11/09/2006
 
mood: curious
Apparently Oscar Wilde was heavily into Freemasonry in college; but I wonder if he kept up with it afterwards? I haven't read or heard of anything about it one way or another...
 
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  i_heart_alan
 
01:21am 28/07/2005
 
mood: contemplative
I was wondering...if Oscar Wilde were still around today, and he knew that Jonesy is infact cheese, do you think he would go after him for a hunk of that wonderful sweddar, like his counterpart Stephen Fry?
 
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  gogowilde
 
11:15pm 17/06/2005
  If you were directing a stage version of the "Importance of Being Earnest" and were allowed to do anything with it that you wanted, what sort of neat tricks and twists would you like to insert?  
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  gogowilde
 
11:24pm 07/05/2005
  if oscar wilde and you were to meet, what do you think he would say about you?  
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  i_heart_alan
 
09:32pm 06/04/2005
  do you think that oscar wilde would have liked the beatles? if so, which beatle do you think would have been his favorite?  
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  gogowilde
 
11:02pm 20/03/2005
  i have this weird theory that the smiths song oscilate wildly is connectdd with oscar wilde. same initials, some of the same letters in the same order, "wilde" "wildly", that and when i first heard it my thoughts flew straight to wilde. then again, i am the crazy lady.  
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  gogowilde
 
10:41pm 12/02/2005
 
mood: quizical
in the film, wilde, after oscar has gone to prison, ada and robbie are having tea together. they are talking about him being in prison and the conversation leads to robbie saying, "if it hadn't been for me" (btw for those who haven't seen the film he's condemning himself) ada say something like "think what might've happened if it hadn't been for you" (basically she's saying it's not his fault for oscar's imprisonment) which brings me to my question, what if robbie wasn't his first? or even what if oscar had never met robbie?
 
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  sailorstarseed
 
11:02pm 11/02/2005
 
mood: apathetic
If you could go back in time (1870's ish or later) England and go to Oxford. Would you try to run in to Wilde, make it a "chance" happening or go find him....what else would you do there?
 
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Did Oscar read Rumi...? 
  virgofolkie
 
07:37pm 24/01/2005
 
mood: restless
I wonder if Oscar Wilde had any exposure to Sufi poetry, translated from Persian or other languages, and what he might have thought about it? I don't know what Classicists studied back then, but I wonder if they read anything outside the western canon, including Eastern mystical writings...


--Karen
 
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  gogowilde
 
08:44am 24/01/2005
 
mood: penguins love oscar wilde!
WHAT IF OSCAR WILDE HAD NEVER MET BOSIE????????????????????????????????
 
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Oscar Wilde Recordings... 
  virgofolkie
 
03:34pm 10/01/2005
 
mood: contemplative
Hello; I just joined this community.

A couple of things I've been wondering about Wilde; since the reputed Victrola recording of him reciting part of the Ballad of Reading Gaol has recently been judged a forgery, has anyone found any actual recordings of Wilde's voice?

On a more far-out note, have any paranormal researchers tried to capture Wilde's voice on an EVP recording? I wondering where he could be found for such a recording to be made? I'm a bit new to ghost research...


--Karen the LairMistress
 
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  gogowilde
 
10:31pm 07/01/2005
 
mood: dirty
this is my friend joe baumgart (he rocks) and i have this theory about him being related to oscar wilde. while cyril and vyvyan were in WW1 i think it could be possible that one of them had a fling during the war (baumgart being a german name). of course cyril can't verify himself (being dead from the war and all)...but here's my photographic evidence!




damn! these pictures aren't too good of him. it's more convincing in real life.
 
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  gogowilde
 
10:30pm 28/12/2004
 
mood: nerdy
i was watching wilde (again) last night and i got the impression that constance had some idea that oscar was gay, and/or that he was having a relatinship with bosie. has anyone else caught that? what are your thoughts?
 
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  i_heart_alan
 
06:13pm 07/12/2004
 
mood: thoughtful
i wonder, did oscar wilde ever tip a pig? you know, like people talk about tipping cows, why not pigs. i wonder how that would go....***flashback music***

Oscar: ok, i think i'm going to tip that cow over there. (walks over to "cow") wow, thats an abnormaly small cow. and it's pink too. hmmm...(stroaks octagonal beard) maybe it's a pig. or an overgrown rhutabega, whichever. well, i'll just tip it in anycase. (tips pig or abnormaly large rhutabega) troppo... ***insert unflashback music***

hmmm.......?
 
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  psychocrumpet
 
01:29am 07/12/2004
  Now here is something that I didn't know. Apparently Arthur, the Wilde's devoted butler of many years, commited suicide after Oscar was put in prison. Now, I'm sure Constance must have had her suspisions and all, but I am wondering why he did that! I am tempted to think it was because he probably couldn't get work after being associated with the family for so long, but I honestly dunno.  
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  gogowilde
 
10:29pm 06/12/2004
 
mood: blah
well i suppose i shall post the first post, me being the creator and all...

what do you think oscar would be like today if he were an adolescent?
be specific: what would he watch? what would he read? what music would he listen to? what celebrities would he have crushes on? what cliques would he be in? etc.
 
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