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Wodehouse’s Portrait of an Ideal Man

This post on Wodehouse’s portrait of an ideal man struck a chord with me. Hope it strikes you too… in a thoughtful sort of way that is, not roughly, like a stuffed eelskin from behind.

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4 Comments

  1. Saxo Ungrammaticus says:

    I feel truly honoured, thank you!

  2. “Hope it strikes you too… in a thoughtful sort of way that is, not roughly, like a stuff eelskin from behind.” Or a down express in the small of the back?
    I do like Lord Emsworth. He’s no snob, and he’s sound on pigs.

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