THE HILARIOUS SEQUEL TO VERY BRITISH PROBLEMS - NOW A HIT TV SHOW
DO YOU SUFFER FROM VERY BRITISH PROBLEMS ABROAD?
*Carry emergency teabags in your money belt
*Quietly tut at badly formed 'queues'
*Cleverly avoid blisters by wearing socks with your sandals
...then you may have a serious problem for which there is no know vaccination. But don't worry: Rob Temple is here to explain the symptoms/make fun of you. (In the nicest possible way.)
Critics called the first VERY BRITISH PROBLEMS book 'not bad' and 'easy to gift-wrap', so in an attempt to outdo himself, Rob's taking us outside of our comfort zone. We're going to that alarming place where crisps don't quite taste the same and where ordering chips get you... well, crisps. We're going abroad.
From the optimum number of times to carry out panicky pre-trip passport checks to the horror of returning home to a milkless house, this is an affectionate into the cultural quirks and strange obsessions that make us all so very British - especially when we leave the country.
Rob Temple is a journalist and founder of the @SoVeryBritish Twitter account, which now has more than five million followers, and a consultant on the official Channel 4 Very British Problems series.
Originally from Peterborough, he moved from South London to the countryside to provide more storage space for his rapidly expanding collection of inedible hot sauces and to be alone with his thought(s). He's not that keen on hot drinks but is fine with just water if that's okay?