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How closely does the elite League of Gentleman reflect the Public?

Fictional London characters are generally about the people that their creator has met in real life - a real hotelier inspired the play as ludicrous Basil Fawlty of Towers. But what about the bizarre characters of The Elite League of Gentleman, are they too based upon real people? According to the writers, some of them are at least.


Of course, if the characters are base upon real escort people, then their bizarre characteristics are likely to be exaggerations, and with this in mind, you might know a few people that could also be morph into Royston Vasey inhabitants.



A Local Shop for Local People.


How many times have you walked into a shop or other establishment to be confronted by a rude, unwelcoming shop-keeper? This writer has. On one occasion I was even refused service in a village pub for no other reason than the barman didn't recognise me. It's not difficult to see how characters like these come into the picture, or even a little, to come up with characters resembling Tubbs and Edward Tattsyrup. There are probably people in your life that could fit in well at Royston Vasey with a little tweaking of their persona.


Country and City Weirdos.


It may seem to be a bit of a stereotype, but head out into the UK's more remote areas and small villages, and you could quickly begin to find people that are quite unusual. People that live in large populations tend to be influenced by more people, causing them to take on more mainstream characteristics. In contrast, somebody with fewer influences around them might pick up more specific attributes.


It is not only in the countryside that you will find though, and a city like London will have plenty of making the city it's home. You may not notice at first as there are so many other people around but look a little bit closer, and you will likely notice quite a few escorts with behaviour that is more than a little unusual. Visit certain areas of the city to sample some of the escort nightlife, and you might meet more Royston Vasey inhabitants than you were expecting. 


Is somebody Close?


Over time we become used to other individual's mannerisms, and eventually, we might not even know that such characteristics are even there at all. You could have a potential Royston Vasey character sat right next to you and not even notice it unless somebody points it out to you. Also, what other people find to be quite reasonable might be considered downright weird by others. Likely, the hotelier that was the inspiration for John Cleese's Basil Fawlty sees nothing wrong at all in the way he treats staff and guests. 


Those in Greenhouses Shouldn't Throw Stones. 


As the saying suggests, it is perhaps best not to laugh at or mock others when you too could come under similar ridicule yourself. Well, every family has a weird person, and if you don't know who that is, then it could be you. As amusing as The Elite League of Gentleman may be, just remember next time you laugh at the residents of Royston Vasey, you might be laughing at characteristics that you have yourself.