Accountants in Love

He was a chartered accountant, and all chartered accountants have hearts as big as hotels. You think they’re engrossed in auditing the half-yearly balance sheets of Miggs, Montagu and Murgatroyd, general importers, and all time they’re writing notes to blondes saying “Tomorrow, one-thirty, same place”. Ice in the Bedroom (1961) It’s typical of this genial and generous author to sympathise with the misunderstood members of a profession so mocked and maligned. We all want to be loved, after all,¬†and accountants are people too. Is Wodehouse correct in his claim that all accountants are big hearted? My regretful, but considered answer … Continue reading Accountants in Love

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