Awkward Situations for Men

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Ebury Publishing, Jun 3, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 272 pages
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And a man is a very tricky thing to be these days.

Trouble is everywhere. Embarrassment follows closely behind.

Whether accidentally insulting a friend's baby, being caught wearing pyjamas by his wife, or inadvertently following a woman down a very dark street, Danny is no stranger to awkward situations.

As we follow a year in Danny's life in which he blunders from one bewildering social situation to the next, it becomes clear that here is a man who struggles even to look after himself properly. And then an even greater responsibility looms on the horizon...

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User Review  - Ruthven - Goodreads

This is my second time reading this, and I was a bit apprehensive I might like it less the second time around (read it before, jokes might seem tired, I might've somehow changed and no longer enjoy ... Read full review

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User Review  - Russell Proctor - Goodreads

I picked this book from a shelf in the hotel I was staying whilst on vacation. Primarily to see if this book was any better than another I had read by the same author ( reviewed earlier ). As I feared ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Danny Wallace is a writer and television presenter, who wears glasses and used to have a cat. His first solo book, Join Me, was described as a 'word-of-mouth phenomenon' by The Bookseller and 'one of the funniest stories you will ever read' by the Daily Mail. His second book, Yes Man - in which he decided to say 'Yes' to everything has been made into a film starring Jim Carrey. It was described as 'hilarious' by more than four national newspapers, and Richard Madeley. Both books were Sunday Times bestsellers. Danny Wallace is PPA's Columnist of the Year 2011. Find out more about Danny at

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