Last summer I swam in a public place and a reservoir to boot
At the latter I was informal, at the former I wore my suit
I wore my swimming suit
Loudon Wainwright III
The Swimming Song
“Get at it, boys,” said Mr. Smith, “vote and keep on voting till they make you quit.”
The Candidacy of Mr. Smith
in Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
Canadians go to the polls today, from coast to coast to coast.
This is a limited offer: one vote per customer.
He resembled a minor prophet who has been hit behind the ear with a stuffed eel-skin.
Ukridge’s Dog College
He was trapped in a haircut he no longer believed in.
King James Version
… he perceived that Providence, since the days of Job always curious to know just how much a good man can bear, had sent Ronald Overbury Fish to add to his troubles.
P. G. Wodehouse
Money for Nothing