Eat with savage gusto

Lady Glenconner tells a story of one of her children who mounted a table at his birthday party
and made a little speech. "I hope you will eat my birthday cake with savage gusto," he said.
Children and grown-ups eat dainty U.C.P. meals, with
gusto, although perhaps not with savage gusto.
U.C.P. advertisement, 1932.

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