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Love Among the Chickens

P.G. Wodehouse

Top 10 Best Quotes

“If there is one thing I dislike, it is the man who tries to air his grievances when I wish to air mine.”

“I am not always good and noble. I am the hero of this story, but I have my off moments.”

“It is the bungled crime that brings remorse.”

“The ideas of debtor and creditor as to what constitutes a good time never coincide.”

“Conversationally, I am like a clockwork toy. I have to be set going.”

“I was in that painful condition which occurs when one has lost one's first wind and has not yet got one's second.”

“All nice girls sketch a little.”

“The coops were finished. They were not masterpieces, and I have seen chickens pause before them in deep thought, as who should say: "Now what in the world have we struck here?" But they were coops, within the meaning of the act, and we induced the hens to become tenants.”

“He's such a dear, Mr. Garnet. A beautiful, pure, bred Persian. He has taken prizes." "He's always taking something - generally food.”

“Have you ever seen a man, woman, or child who wasn’t eating an egg or just going to eat an egg or just coming away from eating an egg? I tell you, the good old egg is the foundation of daily life. Stop the first man you meet in the street and ask him which he’d sooner lose, his egg or his wife, and see what he says!”

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egg, humor, money, regret, selfishness, imperfect, debt, crime, funny, remorse, chickens, hero, principles, eggs, wife, economics

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