Meanwhile you'd better take this old gentleman to Queer Street
No sir, I make it a rule of mine: the more it looks like Queer Street
, the less I ask.
You gotta be up against the real thing, fightin' for life, round after round, with a husky you know ain't lost a thread of his silk yet--then, if you don't blow up, if your legs is steady, an' your heart ain't burstin', an' you ain't wobbly at all, an' no signs of queer street
in your head--why, then you know you still got all your silk.
If you had gone to any low member of the profession, it's my firm conviction, and I assure you of it as a fact, that you would have found yourselves in Queer Street
It's lucky for you, my man, that nothing is missing, or you would find yourself in Queer Street
Bucket puts the pieces together and finds the wadding wanting, it begins to look like Queer Street
Then it was wonderful what a number of places the master would go to in the city on Saturday, and what queer streets
we were driven through.
Viloria, obviously in queer street
, also suggested a rematch.
Mr Barton and his business partner and brother Darren, opened Queer Street
in Birmingham's gay village two years ago.
The music mogul owns Manchester nightspot Queer and has gone to court to try to get a rival bar called Queer Street
to change its name.
His father John was in Queer Street
and was ultimately thrown in prison due to his spiraling debts.
Sadly, it also ultimately lands us in Queer Street