Rob Temple





Rob Temple


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Rob Temple is a journalist and founder of the @SoVeryBritish Twitter account, which now has more than one million followers, and a consultant on the official Channel 4 Very British Problems series.

Originally from Peterborough, he recently 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?

Average rating: 3.83 · 1,673 ratings · 202 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
Very British Problems: Maki...

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“Feeling guilty for making traffic stop at the lights when you need to cross the road.”
Rob Temple, Very British Problems (all device version): Making Life Awkward for Ourselves, One Rainy Day at a Time

“Accidentally saying ‘you’re welcome’ too loudly when someone hasn’t thanked you, and smiling politely when they look straight at you.”
Rob Temple, Very British Problems (all device version): Making Life Awkward for Ourselves, One Rainy Day at a Time

“Name: One Shade of Grey

Description: You'll recognise this phenomenon through an inability to tell where the pavement ends and the sky begins. Nothing has ever been achieved on a One Shade of Grey day, so if you notice one upon opening your curtains the best advice is to climb back into bed, drink gin through a straw and remember the 'Lost Sun' days of years past.
Most likely: Any of the 18 months of winter.”
Rob Temple, Very British Problems: Making Life Awkward for Ourselves, One Rainy Day at a Time

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