Hello friends. This post is a collection of quotes from the book - The Inimitable Jeeves by P G Wodehouse.
The Inimitable Jeeves has been described as a classic collection of stories featuring some of the funniest episodes in the life of Bertie Wooster, gentleman, and Jeeves, his gentleman's gentleman.
Every other valet I've ever had used to barge into my room in the morning while I was still asleep, causing much misery: but Jeeves seems to know when I'm awake by a sort of telepathy. He always floats in with the cup exactly two minutes after I come to life. Makes a deuce of a lot of difference to a fellow's day. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 1
I don't know if you know that sort of feeling you get on these days round about the end of April and the beginning of May, when the sky's a light blue, with cotton-wool clouds, and there's a bit of breeze blowing from the west? Kind of uplifted feeling. Romantic, if you know what I mean. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 1
I've always said, and I always shall say, that for sheer brains, Jeeves, you stand alone. All the other great thinkers of the age are simply in the crowd, watching you go by. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 2
Have you ever noticed a rummy thing about life? I mean the way something always comes along to give it you in the neck at the very moment when you're feeling most braced about things in general. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 3
It is young men like you, Bertie, who make the person with the future of the race at heart despair. Cursed with too much money, you fritter away in idle selfishness a life which might have been made useful, helpful and profitable. You do nothing but waste your time on frivolous pleasures. You are simply an anti-social animal, a drone. Bertie, it is imperative that you marry. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 4
If there's one thing I like, it's a quiet life. I'm not one of those fellows who get all restless and depressed if things aren't happening to them all the time. You can't make it too placid for me. Give me regular meals, a good show with decent music every now and then, and one or two pals to totter round with, and I ask no more. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 5
My experience is that a fellow never really looks his best just after he's come out of a cell. When I was up at Oxford, I used to have a regular job bailing out a pal of mine who never failed to get pinched every Boat Race night, and he always looked like something that had been dug up by the roots. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 9
You've never met my Aunt Agatha, so it's rather hard to explain. But she's a sort of human vampire-bat, and she'll make things most fearfully unpleasant for me when I go back to England. She's the kind of woman who comes and rags you before breakfast, don't you know. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 9
I've found, as a general rule in life, that the things you think are going to be the scaliest nearly always turn out not so bad after all. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 11
I'm not much of a lad for the birds and the trees and the great open spaces as a rule, but there's no doubt that London's not at its best in August, and rather tends to give me the pip and make me think of popping down into the country till things have bucked up a trifle. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 13
One of the things which discourages me about rural life is the frightful earliness with which events begin to break loose. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 13
There's something about evening service in a country church that makes a fellow feel drowsy and peaceful. Sort of end-of-a-perfect-day feeling. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 14
The fact of the matter is, Jeeves, though in many ways the best valet in London, is too conservative. Hide-bound, if you know what I mean, and an enemy to Progress. - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 14