Don't Get Me Started

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Transworld Publishers Limited, 2007 - English wit and humor - 243 pages
The Ultimate Grumpy Guide to Modern Life

Modern life is full of annoyances, some large and some small. Indeed, it sometimes seems as if life conspires to become more and more annoying every day — just to annoy us. Is there no end to the pain?

Some annoying things:
Pop-up windows on the internet
People who use finger signs to denote quotation marks
Talking birthday cards that never shut up
Train journeys that are more expensive than flights to the same destination
Jade Goody
Mobile phone ring tones
Pubs that advertise things happening TONITE
Books on punctuation and grammar

Think of this book as therapy. Everything annoying in the world is here. Hilarious, entertaining and downright infuriating, this is essential reading for anyone out there who likes a good rant.

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About the author (2007)

Mitchell Symons has been a researcher and director at BBC TV and is now a writer, broadcaster and journalist. He writes a weekly column for the Sunday Express.

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