This week, I was glad to see that the Mirror agreed with my earlier heralding of the Librarian Look:
"Feel the tweed: Once the preserve of librarians, tweed has been given a new lease of life and is the look every smart girl is wearing this winter"
Didi Danso, The Mirror, Dec 5 2005
Sadly no mention of tweed here, but you can learn how to dress in the "sexy librarian look" here.
Over on the Indy, the sexual appetite of their librarians was called into question:
"Would Philip Larkin have had sex at all if he hadn't been a poet? Fat, balding librarians tied to their mum's apron strings don't usually run three lovers."
Rowan Pelling, So poets and artists have more sex. Tell me something I didn't know..., Independent on Sunday, Dec 4 2005
Evidently Rowan Pelling in the Indy hadn't read the Express list of famous librarians (I guess their readers don't know librarians can be interesting)
More famous librarians here
"Philip Larkin died 20 years ago on Friday. As well as being a poet, he was also a librarian. Here are some other former librarians...
Lynne Truss, Mao Tse-Tung, Sir Ludovic Kennedy, Casanova, Laurie Taylor, Anthea Turner, August Strindberg, John Braine, David Hockney, J Edgar Hoover, Laura Bush."
Mitchell Symons, Things you didn't know you didn't know!, Sunday Express, Nov 27 2005
Weekly cliche count: a healthy 3