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Can't Be Arsed

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Or more objective: a few entries were fairly well argued, such as the one about the history of the marathon being a myth and marathon running being more about proving your fitness than continuing a tradition.

If he could restrain himself language-wise, the sentiments would be much appreciated by a number of my acquaintances who share his sentiments but are likely to assume the worst should i present them with a free copy.Canâ t Be Arsed is a hilarious diatribe from the head of comedy at Hat Trick (producers of Have I Got News For You, Room 101 and Father Ted) that takes a detailed look at the alternative side of the 101 most frequently cited must do's, revealing the ugly details that most of these guidebooks conveniently ignore. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. It did make me laugh out loud several times (being a bit Victor Meldrewish myself - not something I do often) and I was saddened to finish the book but have now bought 'Those were the days .

Insulting just about everything, from Dark Side of the Moon to the grand canyon to befriending the homeless, you can be assured that if you're tempted to do something, this book will try to talk you out of it. Pop culture is similarly addressed, with the most overrated books and movies of all time conveniently listed. I feel that this is the kind of book that you would read on the plane, and kind of flip through to pass the time. Wilson rampages his way through the many varied things that you must see/do/read/watch/listen to while giving many a good reason as to why you just shouldn't bother. Some funny (and often sopt-on) reasoning on most of the 101 things (I guess the author did well on his school's debate team), but ultimately, a bit samey throughout.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins. The growing numbers of tourists threaten the area's integrity wearing away footpaths and knocking over walls. If you're a positive person, enjoy new experiences and seeing the world and not accepting the norm, don't read this. A counterpoint to the infinite “must have” and “must do” lists that appear in magazines and on television, this detailed study reveals all the ugly details that are often conveniently ignored.

Whilst I understand the reasoning behind Richard Wilson's book, the expected 'humour' just wasn't there.Great for those looking for short articles and that also happen to poke fun at the traditional to-do-before books. Taking it with a grain of salt as I plan to do with nonfiction, I finished the first part, skimmed through the second part because I barely knew albums mentioned, finished the small 3rd part and closed the book before the 4th. I think RW would be OK with me saying that because he says so in the book - skip the parts you can't be arsed to read LOL. In this day and age I find this pessimistic attitude to be adding to the general negative feel that surrounds us and not helpful. Please don't worry about about the condition of any 2nd Hand Books or other items you purchase, they'll be exactly as described in the details section.

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