They are a very decent generous lot of people out here and they don’t  expect you to listen. Always remember that, dear boy. It’s the secret of  social ease in this country. They talk entirely for their own pleasure.  Nothing they say is designed to be heard.
"An Anglo-American Tragedy," No. 823, 1963, Quentin Blake.

They are a very decent generous lot of people out here and they don’t expect you to listen. Always remember that, dear boy. It’s the secret of social ease in this country. They talk entirely for their own pleasure. Nothing they say is designed to be heard.

"An Anglo-American Tragedy," No. 823, 1963, Quentin Blake.

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