I can well imagine that a casual observer, if I had confided to him my qualms at the idea of being married to this girl, would have rasied his eyebrows and been at a loss to understand, for she was undeniably an eyeful, being slim, svelte, and beautifully equipped with golden hair and all the fixings. But where the casual observer would have been making his bloomer was in overlooking that squashy soupiness of hers, that subtle air she had of being on the point of talking baby talk. She was the sort of girl who puts her hands over a husband's eyes, as he is crawling in to breafast with a morning head, and says, "Guess who?"
---from Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse.