Reading really dry material sometimes provides me amusement, I am far too easily entertained. Anyway, started reading R. D. Laing's Self and Others. I just found this part hysterical:

'On the basis of those principles of observation and interpretation which have already been described and are well established by psycho-analytic work, we are able to conclude that when the child shows his desire for his mother's breast, he experiences this desire as a specific phantasy -- "I want to suck the nipple." If desire is very intense (perhaps on account of anxiety), he is likely to feel: "I want to eat her all up."'