Also, why is this question here and not on the Aidan board? The Poldark board isn't supposed to be an 'All Aidan Topics' board, as far as I'm aware.
I'm sorry, Sacotra, but it is very ungracious to tell people what they can and can't write about on a board. I can't quite understand the Aidan fascination myself, but I should hate to become a dictator of another's behaviour.
And will somebody please tell me what Hiddleston's super-anal, 50 year old Omaha accountant hair is all about…please?
No actor would want to be associated with the role if they wanted to be taken seriously.
shows it as being quite competent
having the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully.
to the utmost or most absolute extent or degree; absolutely; completely: it's quite out of the question
quite. [kwʌɪt] ADVERB
1.to the utmost or most absolute extent or degree; absolutely; completely:
"it's quite out of the question" ·
synonyms: completely · fully · entirely · totally · wholly · absolutely ·
2.to a certain or fairly significant extent or degree; fairly:
"it's quite warm outside" ·
synonyms: fairly · rather · somewhat · a bit · a little · slightly ·
All that Cornish blood flowing through my veins must explain why I feel so at home there and why it breaks my heart when I have to leave to return to Oz.