I love when I read something someone else has said and it captures exactly what I have thought myself about something.
Like Eric Hobsbawm's comment about the Mona Lisa not speaking his language (she didn't speak mine either, but his comment did).
Peter Porter, a poet who I have not read passed away recently and the Guardian had one of his poem's on their site, where there was a phrase that did speak my language. It is from the poem "Random Ageist verses":
"Like Auden, I have always felt
The youngest person in the room."
The bit about Auden was tantalizing, but otherwise I do not think I could have expressed that sensation any better!