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Al Murray The Pub Landlord Says Think Yourself British

Al Murray

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Prose: non-fiction, Humour

The follow up to the bestselling BOOK OF BRITISH COMMON SENSE, this time the Pub Landlord gets personal, employing his bar room wisdom for your own spiritual gain.

Tired? Listless? Devoid of purpose? Drifting? Tongue like sandpaper? That s a hangover, most likely. And the chances are you caned it last night because, like so many others in Broken Britain, you have lost your way.

It s time to help yourself and Think Yourself British. After all, what could be more British than helping yourself? There are four key stages:

- Realising that you have a problem
- Identifying your problem
- Identifying the solution
- Being arsed to do something about it

Think Yourself British is the last Help Yourself book you will ever need. (remember to pay for it, though, don t just help yourself).

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Praise for Al Murray The Pub Landlord Says Think Yourself British

  • There aren't many comic writers who can sustain a whole book of consistently funny material, but Al Murray's encyclopaedic knowledge helps to make every page of The Pub Landlord's unique look at modern British life truly hilarious - Woman's Weekly

  • hilarious - Sun

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Al Murray

Al Murray is one of the most successful comics in the UK with his alter-ego The Pub Landlord. He co-hosts hit history podcast We Have Ways of Making You Talk with James Holland and has had four previous bestselling books, The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense, The Pub Landlord Says Think Yourself British, Great British Pub Quiz Book and Watching War Films with my Dad.

One of the most popular live comedy acts in the country, Al has sold out arenas nationwide, including London's O2 Arena. He has earned numerous awards and accolades, such as the British Comedy Award for his ITV1 series Al Murray's Happy Hour, the Perrier Award and two Olivier Award nominations.

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