Yes, but is it better than a bar of chocolate?
Trouble, they say, comes in threes. So do buses, which might explain the lack of enthusiasm for public transport.
Those who keep a close eye on the financial markets may be aware that, collectively, the stock markets have all gone mad. Bull and bear are caught in a fight to the death. Record falls one day, rebounding rises the next. And the computer systems don't like it.
Nerves are stretched thin. Management decisions are leapt to, sometimes unwisely. People grit their teeth. The busiest days are yet to come.
There is an old adage in the city, sell in May then go away.
I want to go away. Until it's all quiet.