OK, to clarify that slightly, she says "One....Two...." if you ask her to count for you*. But clearly, as an ex-sound engineer, this new-found skill makes me incredibly proud. I'm sure it won't be long before she is suggesting we "knock a couple of dB out at 800Hz", "pop a spoffle** on the overheads" and "make the vocals less brown".
It also reminds me of one of my favourite jokes:
Why do sound engineers only say "one, two; one, two"?Yeah, you had to be there...
Because on 'three' they might have to lift something.
* she also says "One....Two...." if you ask her what colour a dog is but I shall gloss over that for now.
** a word allegedly invented by Hugh Laurie whilst doing an interview for BBC Radio with Stephen Fry and which has passed into common usage in the audio industry; brilliant.