A son‑in‑law who is praised by his adoptive father; a young bride who is loved by her mother‑in‑law.A silver tweezer that is good at plucking out the hair.A servant who does not speak badly about his master.A person who is in no way eccentric or imperfect, who is superior in both mind and body, and who remains flawless all his life.People who live together and still manage to behave with reserve towards each other. However much these people may try to hide their weaknesses, they usually fail.To avoid getting ink stains on the notebook into which one is copying stories, poems, or the like. If it is a very fine notebook, one takes the greatest care not to make a blot; yet somehow one never seems to succeed.When people, whether they be men or women or priests, have promised each other eternal friendship, it is rare for them to stay on good terms until the end.A servant who is pleasant to his master.
Houston, we have a problem. Fair Dinkum. Or we had one.