Ask anyone at the Drones, and they will tell you that Bertram Wooster is a fellow whom it is dashed difficult to deceive. Old Lynx-Eye is about what it amounts to. I observe and deduce. I weigh the evidence and draw my conclusions. And that is why Uncle George had not been in my midst more than two minutes before I, so to speak, saw all. To my trained eye the thing stuck out a mile.
- From "Indian Summer of an Uncle" in Very Good, Jeeves! by P. G. Wodehouse