Putting a Ring on It: What Not to Do When Attempting to Get Married

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Transworld Ireland, 2011 - Betrothal - 272 pages
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Are you baffled by endless wedding chat? Bored of bridal magazines that create more problems than they solve?

This is the book for you...

With hilarious and often bizarre advice on everything from bridezillas to monsters-in-law, from money-grabbing wedding planners to drunken uncles; Putting a Ring On It will make even the most nuptially ignorant man feel like a genius and the most organized bride glad she didn't leave the important decisions up to him.

Written and illustrated by award winning comedian Jarlath Regan, whether you're on the verge of going down the aisle, considering joining the monastery, or a fan of humour that's a little bit left of centre, you'll be glad this book is part of your life.

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About the author (2011)

Jarlath Regan is a comedian. He had sold-out shows at Edinburgh for the last two years and is a regular guest on RTE television's prime time comedy chat show, The Panel. Last year, TV3 followed him to Edinburgh in a three-part documentary called Nobody knows ... Jarlath Regan.

Here are some more things you might not know about Jarlath:
He talks tough when he gets hungry but has never been in a fist fight.
He used to own a dog called Kim. At ten years old he hit her over the head with a broken axe handle, accidentally. She survived but is now dead.
He likes the fact that all airplanes are equipped with a peephole in the cockpit door.
He enjoys underestimating things in order to increase the level of excitement in his life.
He likes eating sushi but dislikes the Generation Game component of the experience.

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