from a post on alt.sysadmin.recovery by J.D. Baldwin

There are many beautiful and elegant phrases in the English language.
It can express a really astonishing range of powerful and subtle
emotions and concepts. Chaucer, to Shakespeare, to Milton, to Jane
Austen and Henry James — all of them have entries on the short list
of Most Lovely Phrases Ever. I, however, believe I have concocted one
that leaves them all behind. A phrase that expresses a notion so
beautiful that the mind can’t even hope to wrap itself around it.

The phrase is: “My brother-in-law, the bar owner.”