"Are you much acquainted with Mr. Darcy?"
"As much as I ever wish to be," cried Elizabeth very warmly. "I have spent four days in the same house with him, and I think him very disagreeable."

– Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 16. Seated next to George Wickham at dinner at her aunt’s home in Meryton, Elizabeth strikes up a conversation with the handsome army officer who has charmed her. She reveals to Wickham that she is not at all well disposed towards Mr. Darcy and finds him most disagreeable – after knowing him for only four days! As well as displaying her blatent prejudice against Darcy, Elizabeth’s comments also turn out to be rather ironic – she falls in love with the "disagreeable" Darcy and they end up happily married!