In Bertie Sees it Through, Bertie Wooster's moustache is subjected to a series of withering criticisms before finally getting praise from Florence Craye, prompting Bertie to observe that:
I mean, while one lives for one's Art, so to speak, and cares little for the public's praise or blame and all that sort of thing, one can always do with something to paste into one's scrap-book, can one not?
Apropos of which, while your humble editor is unruffled at having been left off the list of nominees for 25 Best Business Law Blogs by whatever bunch of Philistines assembled said list, he could do with something to paste in his scrapbook. So be a pal and go nominate yours truly. Cheerio.