Taxidermist Quotes

Quotes tagged as "taxidermist" (showing 1-4 of 4)
P.G. Wodehouse
“He sat looking at it with his eyes protruding in the manner popularized by snails, looking like something stuffed by a taxidermist who had learned his job from a correspondence course and had only got as far as lesson three.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Plum Pie

Carol K. Carr
“​​Some taxidermist had made the mistake of stuff a pair of squirrels, dressing them in tiny suits and ties, and seating them at a chess board. The Whites had compounded the error by buying this horror.”
Carol K. Carr, India Black and the Rajah's Ruby

Carol K. Carr
“​​Some taxidermist had made the mistake of stuff a pair if squirrels, dressing them in tiny suits and ties, and seating them at a chess board. The Whites had compounded the error by buying this horror.”
Carol K. Carr, India Black and the Rajah's Ruby

Anthony Doerr
“Word has it . . . the stone is from Japan, it's very ancient, it belonged to a shogun in the eleventh century." - a taxidermist”
Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See