"Maud will have to marry somebody awfully rich or with a title. Her family's one of the oldest in England, you know."
"So I understand."
"It isn't as if she were the daughter of Lord Peebles, or somebody like that."
"Why Lord Peebles?"
'Well what I mean to say is," said Miss Plummer, with a silvery echo of Reggie Byng, "he made his money in whiskey."
"That is better than spending it that way," argued George.
(from A Damsel In Distress, by Sir Pelham Wodehouse)