“What was that, sir?”
“‘Exit hurriedly, pursued by bear.’ You’ll find it in one of his plays. I remember drawing a picture of it on the side of the page, when I was at school."
— Bertram Wilberforce “Bertie” Wooster & Jeeves in P.G. Wodehouse, “Indian Summer of an Uncle”, 1930. (via inajar)
- Skye: You love rules. You should marry a rule and have little rule children, then build a house made of rules.
- Jemma: You mean a house made of my own children?
- Skye: That's between you and your conscience.