The Antidote of Sadism

“The grey, threatening sky had turned black by now. It was a swollen mass of inky clouds, heavy with the thunder, lightning and rain which so often come in the course of an English summer to remind the island race that they are hardy Nordics and must not be allowed to get their fibre all sapped by eternal sunshine like the less favoured dwellers in more southerly climes.”

P G Wodehouse. Summer Lightning in Life at Blandings (trilogy) p.322

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One Response to The Antidote of Sadism

  1. Peter Baxendale says:

    A refreshing alternative,Chris

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