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Plumtopia: A homage to P.G. Wodehouse


What Ho!

Have you ever buzzed off in search of a utopian existence? Well I have, and it’s dashed difficult to find. The closest thing I can find is curling up with some fruity offering from P.G. Wodehouse and letting the world go by. In this blog, I wanted to explore the possibilities of creating a kind of  Wodehousian existence.

The formula, if you like,  is to pinch a snippet from Wodehouse on a particular topic and muse upon His teachings, and how one might apply them in life. Sometimes I pinch a snippet and reflect on my own experiences.

I hope that Plumtopia may become a haven for us all, so your contributions are very welcome. Please make yourself at home and don’t hesitate to ring the bell if there’s anything you need.




  1. Hi Jen,
    I think I touched on the glass half full half empty optimism pessimism thing quite succinctly in a recent song of mine Things Are Better Now which begins:
    Whenever the glass is half empty
    I reach for a bottle and fill it to the top………


  2. lolamay says:

    thanks for the follow! 🙂 love the blog! x

  3. Thanks for following my blog, honoriaplum! I have followed you likewise. 🙂

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  7. ashokbhatia says:

    Hope you are well. Would you recall the title of the PGW book where the hero rescues the heroine’s cat from a tree top?
    Shall be much obliged for some information!

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