> > Is having a Queen moment like having a "senior moment"
> > or is there another origin to this phrase?
>It's probably another one of those Shaw-Churchill-Wilde-like things.
I was having a "senior moment" when I said I thought it was Churchill, who
might have, in fact, "pinched it" to use in a speech, but I redeemed myself,
which might be a "Queen moment" when I looked it up and found myself to be
wrong, admitted it, and edified everyone with the information the quotation
came from GBS. How more Queenly can one get than to admit I'm wrong and
then give the correct info?
A Ros by any other name might be a Queen
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