On Monday, British prime minister David Cameron announced that he would step down from his post on Wednesday, whereupon he will be succeeded by home secretary Theresa May. Walking back to 10 Downing Street after his announcement, Cameron forgot himself—and his live microphone—for a moment, humming a little ditty.
Crossing the threshold, Cameron states, plainly, “Right.” There is a rustling noise as the microphone is disentangled from his suit jacket. “Good,” Cameron adds.
This is marvellous. When British people realise things have gone a bit rubbish, they say “Right” very meaningfully. https://t.co/u111SGF6vo— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) July 11, 2016
Carry on then, David. Stiff upper lip and all that.