P.G. Wodehouse Quotes.

11. "In a series of events, all of which had been a bit thick, this, in his opinion, achieved the maximum of thickness."
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12. "I just sit at my typewriter and curse a bit."
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13. "I am strongly of the opinion that, after the age of twenty-one, a man ought not to be out of bed and awake at four in the morning. The hour breeds thought. At twenty-one, life being all future, it may be examined with impunity. But, at thirty, having become an uncomfortable mixture of future and past, it is a thing to be looked at only when the sun is high and the world full of warmth and optimism."
- Quote by P.G. Wodehouse

14. "Oh, Jeeves,' I said; 'about that check suit.' Yes, sir?' Is it really a frost?' A trifle too bizarre, sir, in my opinion.' But lots of fellows have asked me who my tailor is.' Doubtless in order to avoid him, sir.' He's supposed to be one of the best men in London.' I am saying nothing against his moral character, sir."
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15. "She looked away. Her attitude seemed to suggest that she had finished with him, and would be obliged if somebody would come and sweep him up."
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16. "I hadn't the heart to touch my breakfast. I told Jeeves to drink it himself."
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17. "It is no use telling me there are bad aunts and good aunts. At the core, they are all alike. Sooner or later, out pops the cloven hoof."
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18. "I pressed down the mental accelerator. The old lemon throbbed fiercely. I got an idea."
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19. "Some minds are like soup in a poor restaurant—better left unstirred."
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20. "Whenever I get that sad, depressed feeling, I go out and kill a policeman."
- Quote by P.G. Wodehouse

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