“That’s quite alright. I’ll be back in an hour, you have your rest."

("Yeah, that's right! Leave it to the mongrel to drive your kids to school - how responsible!")

“No, a few more shirts won’t be any trouble.”

 ("And I suppose she'll be telling her fancy man that she did all these for him.")

“Look Ma’am, no hands.”

"Thank you for the gloves by the way, they're just my size..."
("If you'd get off your lazy tush once in a while, I wouldn't have to be doing this.")

The Soles of Ponko Folk.

Toeing the line.

“Progress in human affairs is more often a pull than a push, a surging forward of the exceptional man, and the lifting of his duller brethren slowly and painfully to his vantage-ground.