P. G. Wodehouse Quotes

She could never forget that the man she loved was a man with a past. He had been a poet. Deep down in her soul there was the corroding fear lest any moment a particularly fine sunset or the sight of a rose in bud might undo all the work she had done, sending Rodney […]

She looked as if she had been poured into her clothes and had forgotten to say “when.”

Chumps always make the best husbands. When you marry, Sally, grab a chump. Tap his forehead first, and if it rings solid, don’t hesitate. All the unhappy marriages come from the husbands having brains.

I was nursing a bad hangover when a cat stamped into the room.

It is fatal to let any dog know that he is funny, for he immediately loses his head and starts hamming it up.

Comedy is the kindly contemplation of the incongruous.

While not exactly disgruntled, he was far from feeling gruntled.

Judges, as a class, display, in the matter of arranging alimony, that reckless generosity that is found only in men who are giving away somebody else’s cash.