Rupert, Princeling Bear

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Rupert, self-styled Princeling Bear, looked with disdain on the fashionless hordes that these days crowded the bars and clubs, all regimented in their turn-upped jeans and braces, their Number 1 close cuts, their often grubby t-shirts. They had no taste, they had no style, they had no individuality. An army of soulless faces.

Au contraire, Rupert’s New Romantic Cavalier look endowed him with graces.


64 words written for Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt: Cavalier

 

 

 

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32 Responses to Rupert, Princeling Bear

  1. Dale says:

    He would definitely stand out in today’s crowds. I’m sure he’d garner a fair share of snickers mixed in with curiosity!
    Like what you’ve done here.

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  2. Sadje says:

    Ha good one.

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  3. Yes, he would be a beacon of suave against the rest! Adam Ant was always one of my favourites.

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  4. His “individuality” certainly would stand out! πŸ˜„ Nice one!

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  6. Ben Naga says:

    “With righteous anger, sanctioned style
    Refusal to be compromised
    By inchworms who would take a mile
    Their dress sense, world view, he despised
    β€œStomp out the unacceptable!”
    His motto and so solemn vow
    Ah, but I was so much Adler then
    I’m Junger than that now”

    – Ben Naga

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  7. Joy Pixley says:

    Rupert would definitely be the one to draw my eye in a crowd like what he describes! And the first thing I’d want to know is, why Princeling Bear? That sounds like a fascinating story in itself!

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  8. Is that an English Cavalier, ‘cavalier’ in terms of dismissive, or both? πŸ˜‰

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  9. The cavalier with a cavalier attitude towards the less fashionably respectable! Fantastic! πŸ™‚

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