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What else do you want? He's gorgeous, he's charming and he made breakfast.
I mean the man is on the rebound, you know from women in general. I mean, he wants me because I'm not a woman.
It seems a very good reason to want someone.
But it's a negative reason, Darren. He wants me for what I'm not, not for what I am.
Any good in bed?
Yeah, yeah, he was, but...
Well then keep him.
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Love Plus One
(Nick Heyward (as Heyward))
Performed by Haircut 100
Used by kind permission of BMG Eurodisc Limited
Published by Bryan Morrison Music Limited See more »
This is a gentle romantic comedy about the diversity of human sexuality and in some ways not unlike an Ealing comedy with its friendly pokes at New Agers and estate agents.
It was very well worth it alone though for the Jane Austen send up scene - handsome James Purefoy striding about in breeches saying 'I've been out all day whipping stable boys - would you like a whipping, boy' to footman Kevin McKidd who nearly orgasms on the spot. This is a bit of a cinematic in joke anyway as several of the cast (Purefoy, Ehle and Walter) have all starred in recent Austen adapataions.
There are several belly laughs too - this is one for curling up with someone of the same or opposite sex, and having a cuddle and glass of wine whilst you enjoy it.
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