NAME: Mr. Ratherquite.

RESIDENCE: Mr. Ratherquite lives in a rather nice house in America. It’s uncertain where the ladies live.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Mr. Ratherquite is a middle-aged portly gentleman who wiggles his middle in a vexing way. He’s somewhat bald and usually red about the cheeks.

ABOUT: Mr. Ratherquite is always with his two Ladies (Eleanor & Isabella, respectively): the corpulent lady, and the red-haired lady. Together they make a nuisance of themselves at important social parties around America.

They are usually unwanted.


GREATEST FOE: Gen. Brishwasher or Prince Beef.

DESCRIPTION IN THREE WORDS: Annoying, prim, and not very proper.


Mr. Ratherquite: My dear ladies, I’ve have something important to impart!

Corpulent Lady: What could it be, dear Mr. Ratherquite?

Red-haired Lady: Yes, do tell us at once!

Mr. Ratherquite: Well, you just won’t believe it! Why…


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