Wodehouse

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RT @jcjeremyhobson: Country houses played a large part in P G Wodehouse's much loved stories... https://t.co/H9r1ZKrQRM
RT @jcjeremyhobson: Country houses played a large part in P G Wodehouse's much loved stories... https://t.co/H9r1ZKrQRM
Country houses played a large part in P G Wodehouse's much loved stories... https://t.co/H9r1ZKrQRM
RT @childs_jessie: Opening lines - hard to beat P G Wodehouse. (via Valerie Grove's review of Richard Cohen's 'How to Write like Tolst… https://t.co/jGrHCBQfRJ
RT @futureidentity: Farage's tragedy is that he read* Wodehouse on Sir Roderick Spode, and thought it was a manifesto, not satire. *Well, had it read to him.
RT @garethtrussell: No other man would set an exam essay question on the Trinity in the style of a P. G. Wodehouse novel. Farewell Regg… https://t.co/9GtnxdO5sx
@MrPaulDuane Wodehouse would have worn novelty slippers with just the tux top..and a monocle..
This must be how PG Wodehouse felt when he was interned by Nazis.
RT @PulpLibrarian: Wes Wilson's #psychedelic cover for #Playboy, December 1967. Don't worry: it still contained a PG Wodehouse short… https://t.co/r5ywpGmqOG
Conveying what one wants to say in < than 140 char, Wodehouse was and remains the Master ! https://t.co/HfCVarSRpA
'Colpo di fulmine alle terme'da Pelham G. Wodehouse https://t.co/3Es3BHT41H via @
Few of them were to be trusted within reach of a trowel and a pile o... #PGWodehouse #aphorism https://t.co/4jA0WrjU1y
I could see that, if not actually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled. - P.G. Wodehouse #quote #quoteoftheday
RT @shark_speak: P.G. Wodehouse reading guide: from Jeeves and Blandings to the Hidden Gems https://t.co/NrFHncXtpP via @HonoriaPlum
P.G. Wodehouse reading guide: from Jeeves and Blandings to the Hidden Gems https://t.co/NrFHncXtpP via @HonoriaPlum
English literature's performing flea. -- Sean O'Casey on P. G. Wodehouse
Poss not a great sign, wk 2 #DryJanuary I'm reading joys of booze from Wodehouse 'Tanked to the uvula' #writerslife https://t.co/7w4Hy4V4BT
English literature's performing flea. -- Sean O'Casey on P. G. Wodehouse
RT @StevenIsserlis: Nutritional advice from PG Wodehouse: “An apple a day, if well aimed, keeps the doctor away.”
RT @CaptainFawcett: “Red hair, sir, in my opinion, is dangerous.” P.G. Wodehouse. Most excellent photograph: Mr Riccardo Rigoni. https://t.co/ZhAaeyQLMf
RT @childs_jessie: Opening lines - hard to beat P G Wodehouse. (via Valerie Grove's review of Richard Cohen's 'How to Write like Tolst… https://t.co/jGrHCBQfRJ
RT @petefrasermusic: 'Two writin' fellers, Colonel,' said Charlie. - Wodehouse on Wodehouse https://t.co/gqiBdRWC0T
'Two writin' fellers, Colonel,' said Charlie. - Wodehouse on Wodehouse https://t.co/gqiBdRWC0T
I know what it means to be in love, dear old soul. I say, Maud, old thing, do you find love puts you off your stroke? P.G.Wodehouse
RT @aaditya: The ever lovable P G Wodehouse: https://t.co/gT91AYIToV