|Good Morning, Sir|
|Written by Sherry|
|Wednesday, 17 October 2007 13:36|
Should sir or madam desire it, it is possible to purchase an elegant British timepiece that awakens one with the dulcet tones of Stephen Fry, the world's most perfect English valet, uttering gems such as
I'm delighted that you survived another night. May I add my my own small congratulations to the roar of the world's approval? Thank you, sir.
Good morning, Madam. The current issue of Vogue has devoted its issue to your sense of style, beauty, purpose and personal grandeur. It may be advisable to use the rear entrance today, Madam, to avoid the crowds.
And how could sir or madam resist the chance to be gently nudged awake by
Good morning. I'm so sorry to disturb you but it appears to be morning. Very inconvenient, I agree. I believe it is the rotation of the earth that is to blame.
Listen to the samples. Morning will never be the same.
Tom reminds me that Jeeves is a valet, not a butler. My head was full of an upcoming presentation when I posted in haste but there can be no excuse for such an error. One wonders if the term "gentleman's personal gentleman" would be wholly appropriate for one who would awaken Madam as well. One does indeed.