was how this modest chap described himself with no irony whatsoever in a recent light-hearted Telegraph 'psychologist' profile thingy. (It's on the back of the Saturday 'Weekend' section.) Participants are asked a series of standard Q's such as 'who would you most like to sit beside on a long haul flight', 'what do you wish was never invented', 'in which historical age would you have most liked to have lived', etc. Based on their answers, they are given a 'character overview', and offered some recommended films, music and books which should suit them down to a 'T'. This fellow made some very obvious - but clearly half-hearted - attempts to show some 'modesty', but kind of gave it away with answers such as seeing himself in Elizabethan times holding Queenie's attention at the royal court alongside the likes of Drake, etc... Anyways, thankfully the Telegraph showed him no mercy and completely took the p**s out of him. All the book and film recommendations involved characters who thought too highly of themselves and invariably suffered a great fall from grace. Marvellous reading.