P. G. Wodehouse

Introduced to his child in the nursing home, he recoiled with a startled ``Oi!'' and as the days went by the feeling that he had run up against something red-hot in no way diminished. The only thing that prevented a father's love from faltering was the fact that there was in his possession a photograph of himself at the same early age, in which he, too, looked like a homicidal fried egg.

'Sonny Boy,' Eggs, Beans & Crumpets, 1940

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