The Most of P.G. Wodehouse Quotes

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"He assures me that it was just one of those aloof smiles which the Honorary Secretary of a Bible Class would have given the elderly aunt of a promising pupil; but it had the effect of encouraging the contents of the negligee to further conversation." Fate, p. 20

"Some purely technical point of finance, I understand — he claiming that a Mother in bombazine had had eleven rides and paid only once. It resulted in Barmy getting lugged into the brawl and rather roughly handled — which was particularly unfortunate, because the bombazined mother explained on their way down to the beach that the whole thing had been due to a misunderstanding. In actual fact, what had really happened was that she had had twelve rides and paid twice." Tried in the Furnace, pp. 37-38

"All that was required, he considered, was a suave go-between, a genial mutual pal...

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