"I knew I was out of my league when she used 'summer' as a verb."
It reminds me of something the 17-year-old son-of-a-rich-bloke intern we had here once said. She was born and brought up in Harvey Nichols territory.
I was talking about selling up in London and moving to the country. She said:
"Oh you must keep a property in town."
Well I'll try, I said.
My wife used to say things like that too. But if Hill & Knowlton has taught me one thing useful, it's how to manage expectations.