an essay in attitudes
"According to my copy of The iGent Guide to Style, the shirt cuffs of young Bennett here should extend no more than .50" beyond his jacket sleeve. Someone fetch the measuring tape!"
"I say, methinks this poor chap suffers from a terrible case of Weltschmerz!!"
Dear Dr. Lung,...and probably Schadenfreude and Glaukenstucken, as well!Ian
"No, my jacket is NOT too short. I'm trendy, okay?"
"Chaps just being Chaps."
He always does that with his hand when he reads the Kama Sutra in the original Sanskrit.
"You see, Roderick, I open the book in the middle, insert the trouser leg, and close the book. After a day, this sharp crease forms and I repeat. Sebastian there prefers his books to be used for reading, and one easily sees his horridly unpressed trousers."
"Ah-Ha! I thought so - it says here, in Volume I of the last ever print run of The Encyclopaedia Britannica ever published, in 2010, that 'Books' were things that people read before Kindle came along, in places called 'Libraries'.
"I have highlighted the naughty bits in 'Lady Chatterly' for you old boy. Jennings there has his own copy....and has a hole in that pocket"
See it says so right here. TO-MAH-TO, not TOO-MAY-TO.
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