The Importance of Being Earnest

how does wilde continue a bit of himor he bgan in the previous act concerning Gwendolen and Cecily's friendship?

from the third act

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Wilde continues the humor by using the old belief that women are continuously changing their minds. Gwendolen and Celily begin the act rapidly changing their minds about everything from one subject to the next. Because of this, Wilde gives a gliimpse into the absurdity of love and social mores.