'*Blather* is here. As we advance to make our bow, you will look in vain for signs of servility or of any evidence of a desire to please. We are an arrogant and depraved body of men. We are as proud as bantams and as vain as peacocks.
'"Blather doesn't care." A sardonic laugh escapes us as we bow, cruel and cynical hounds that we are. It is a terrible laugh, the laugh of lost men. Do you get the smell of porter?
(There's more, but like Fermat's last theorem it doesn't fit in this tight space.)
To quote a certain Arthur Daley from the TV series 'Minder'...
For example, in Finland we don't speak about pigs flying but cows. And instead of "birds and bees" we say "flowers and bees" (which I dare state is more logical).
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