One doesn't want to make a song and dance about one's ancient lineage, of course, but after all the Woosters did come over with the Conquerer and were extremely pally with him: and a fat lot of good it is coming over with Conquerers, if you're simply going to wind up by being given the elbow by Aberdeen terriers.Bertie goes on viewing this thing from all angles (well, as many as can be seen atop a dresser) pitying the highly-strung housemaid:
I can see her coming into the room to turn down the bed. I picture her as a rather fragile girl with big eyes and a timid expression. She crosses the threshold. She approaches the bed. And out leaps this man eating dog. One does not like to dwell upon the sequel.
Both are from chapter 8. Even though I have watched these stories played out there is that certain something that is Wodehouse that cannot be brought to screen, must be read for the self, if ya know what I mean. Well, toodle-pip, for now.