Privacy


When you have staff, nothing they do is hidden from your eye. They could be at the dinner table, in the bedroom, or in the bathroom (such as here), and you can observe any of their actions. Unless they shut you out, of course. Then one must commence continuous pitiful howling.

Quotes of the Day

I have no privacy anymore. (Felix Baumgartner)

To be left alone is the most precious thing one can ask of the modern world. (Anthony Burgess)

I think the most privacy I had was when the game was going on. (Roger Maris)

 

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13 thoughts on “Privacy

  1. I relate to that first comment. Digging out an outfit to wear is a game of avoiding her clawing up whatever dangling sleeve and making sure I don’t step on her toes as she hugs my calfs…

  2. No truer words were ever spoken. The caterwauling and door scratching that go on here when one or more of the kitties can’t get to us is down right pitiful and ear-splitting and makes everything fall out of the servant’s brain. The really know how to get at us, don’t they! Janet

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