Thursday, May 20, 2010

Grace

From a May 2010 article in Vanity Fair magazine:
The word “disarray,” however, would never find its way into a sentence that included the name Grace Kelly.

6 comments:

Anushka said...

Is your less respectable, indirect informant the T2? Because that's where I read about this recently :D

So true though. Grace Kelly beats Marylin Monroe. At least for me.

Sroyon said...

@Anushka: Yes, someone quoted Vanity Fair in an interview. Did you spot the self-refutation in the sentence, though? That's what attracted my attention.

Priyanka said...

I've always thought it a beautiful coincidence that a woman with a face like that was later called Her Serene Highness. How apt.

Shrabasti Banerjee said...

*Unrelated*

I like your "Blogging" tag. Metablogging is good. :D

Shrabasti Banerjee said...

And "Language". Hahahaha. I'm rediscovering your blog.

Sroyon said...

@Priyanka: You are right about the title. It wouldn't befit, for instance, you.

@Shrabasti: You read very closely! I just added those two labels.