Been far too long since I posted a quote from P.G. Wodehouse. Here's one of my favorite sentences from one of my favorite stories: It's Bertie Wooster talking about the "limpet" Lord Pershore, who's been living the high life rather too highly of late:
The only time I met him late at night after that was once when I passed the door of a fairly low down sort of restaurant and had to step aside as he sailed through the air en route for the opposite pavement, with a muscular looking sort of chappie peering out after him with a kind of gloomy satisfaction.
---from "Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest."