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How to (Almost) Make Friends on the Internet

Michael Cunningham

4 Reviews

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The hilarious collected messages of one man who's just trying to make friends and can't understand why everyone always gets so angry.

'He's almost certainly not the hero you ordered, but he's the hero we need right now' Dave Gorman

'I nearly stopped breathing twice as I was laughing so much. Glorious." Dom Joly

'Michael is the funniest human on the internet, bar none. Read his book, you cowards' James Felton, author of 52 Times Britain was a Bellend

Get ready for the online adventures of one man who just wants to make friends

And one very annoyed world

Based on the ingenious Sir Michael Twitter account, How to (Almost) Make Friends on the Internet is the funniest book you'll read this year.

Whether it's offering his services as a Karate Lawyer or Funeral DJ, devising the world's worst plan to get a free haircut, or trying to buy a blue bucket that may or may not be for sale, Michael just wants to connect with people.

The only problem is that people are slightly less enthusiastic about connecting with him and the results are utterly hilarious.

Warning: you'll never think about adding someone called Michael to a group chat the same way ever again.

'Finally, someone has worked out a good use for social media and it's brilliantly, painfully funny' Iain Morris, Co-creator of The Inbetweeners

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Praise for How to (Almost) Make Friends on the Internet

  • As the internet descends into a raging pit of snark and cruelty, rejoice in Michael's joyous, silly, innocence. The funniest thing on Twitter. He's almost certainly not the hero you ordered, but he's the hero we need right now. - Dave Gorman

  • There is nothing that makes me laugh more than time wasters. Sir Michael is the king of time wasters. I nearly stopped breathing twice as I was laughing so much. Glorious. - Dom Joly

  • Michael is the funniest human on the internet, bar none. Read his book, you cowards - James Felton, author of 52 Times Britain was a Bellend

  • Finally, someone has worked out a good use for social media and it's brilliantly, painfully funny - Iain Morris, Co-creator of The Inbetweeners

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