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Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse Why Is Every Film Or Tv Programme A Sequel Or A Remake Why Are People So F Ing Hung Up About Swearing Why Do The Asterisks In That Sentence Make It Okay Why Do So Many People Want To Stop Other People Doing Things, And How Can They Be Stopped From Stopping Them These And Many Other Questions Trouble David Mitchell Join Him On A Tour Of The Absurdities Of Modern Life From Ryanair To Richard III, Downton Abbey To Phone Etiquette, UKIP To Hot Dogs Made Of Cats Funny, Provocative And Shot Through With Refreshing Amounts Of Common Sense, Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse Celebrates And Commiserates On The State Of Things In Our Not Entirely Glorious Modern World Photo Credit Chris Floyd, Camera Press London

8 thoughts on “Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse

  1. says:

    This book is weakened by the repetitious bad language and one whose views do not coincide with those of David Mitchell would be well advised to stay clear of it as it will be extremely irritating As it happens, what he claims to be his opinions chime exactly with my own views on life The bad language is offensive in one who is well educated

  2. says:

    A book about the absurdities of modern life It s OK if you like laughing All a bit silly really That isn t a criticism, it is what the book is about It is taken from David Mitchell s column in the Observer and while it is worth a chuckle, I found that a whole book of this is a bit much The alternative is to read it a bit at a time rather tha

  3. says:

    Really gutted, I was so looking forward to this, but David Mitchell s writing style is such hard work His sentences are so long that I have forgotten what was at the beginning long before he has got to the point made it frustrating and dull I am an avid and intelligent reader, but gave up a few pages in.

  4. says:

    I am a big fan of Mitchell he never fails to make me laugh on panel shows and I often find what he says insightful but this collection of his newspaper articles left me a little bored and disappointed Perhaps it is that they are all from a few years ago and a lot less relevant now than they were when he wrote them I much preferred his Back Sto

  5. says:

    If you re a fan of Mitchell s comedy, or enjoy reading his newspaper columns, then this is the book for you.Witty, sardonic and absolutely hilarious The perfect book for those dreary commutes to work

  6. says:

    I should probably look carefully at what I buy before I buy it This was not what I expected, but that said I m not sure what I expected really I like David Mitchell, I ve enjoyed all of his TV work so I was interested in reading something by him This is a collection of articles he has written for a newspaper over the past few years, David s wit

  7. says:

    I DO like David Mitchell a lot He s quick witted and intelligent and his banter with Lee Mack on Would I Lie to You is often pant wettingly funny However, it turns out that his faux grumpy rants can be a little too much when gathered together in a 300 odd page book I know they were originally magazine articles and maybe I shouldn t have tried to

  8. says:

    When I read a book by a comedian, I expect to be entertained and amused This book seems to be a gripe about almost everything in general and the Tories in particular Because you don t agree with peoples views doesn t mean they are a bunch of shysters.

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