A nobleman, Fresco, has a niece Cesca, who is an unrepentant snob. No one is good enough for her, she is full of complaints and always whining about the low caliber people with whom she must mingle.
One day, she flounces into the house in a particularly foul mood.
“What is it, this time?” asks Fresco.
“Everywhere I turn, people are repulsive and ugly. I can’t, UGH!!”
Fresco replies, “You should stop looking in the mirror so much,” and proceeds to laugh uproariously.
Cesca looks blankly at him, wondering what he thinks is so funny.
He doesn’t bother explaining.