P. G. Wodehouse Quote

... as I felt my way along the wall I collided with what turned out to be a grandfather clock, for the existence of which I had not budgeted, and it toppled over with a sound like the delivery of several tons of coal through the roof of a conservatory. Glass crashed, pulleys and things parted from their moorings, and as I stood trying to separate my heart from the front teeth in which it had become entangled, the lights flashed on and I beheld Sir Watkyn Bassett.


Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves (1963)

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As I felt my way along the wall I collided with what turned out to be a grandfather clock, for the existence of which I had not budgeted, and it...

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As I felt my way along the wall I collided with what turned out to be a grandfather clock, for the existence of which I had not budgeted, and it...

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As I felt my way along the wall I collided with what turned out to be a grandfather clock, for the existence of which I had not budgeted, and it...

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As I felt my way along the wall I collided with what turned out to be a grandfather clock, for the existence of which I had not budgeted, and it...