From the New Yorker, 6/25/07
If I could change this cartoon in any way, I'd add three words to the caption: "So I drink."
And, as a bonus, I come across this sentence in Walter Russell Mead's essay in the current issue of Foreign Affairs:
The French have long felt that Englishmen do not like women, are bored or frightened in their presence, and turn to drink as a substitute for female company.
I don't know how accurate the stereotype about Englishmen is, but the link between alcohol and women is dead on.