First world problem.
I’ve been offered the job. I wish I felt better about it.
Am reading more of Oscar Wilde. What a tiresome, affected sod.– —Noel Coward The 50 best author vs. author put-downs of all time I was hoping someone would put the Brontes in their place, but apparently everyone in the world goes for tales of abusers and the women who love them.
John Claverhouse’s strange appearance and grating laugh are enough to get under anyone’s skin. But how far will his neighbor go in order to get rid of the jolly, moon-faced man? A surprising and darkly comic tale from Jack London. I have almost no dialog in this. I did get pretty exhausted after a solid hour of laughing into a microphone.