Fridge Magnets Are Bastards
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Fridge Magnets Are Bastards

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Paperback, 304 pages
Published February 29th 2008 by HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (first published 2007)
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Tracey Allen at Carpe Librum
I just finished reading this book by Mark Dapin and absolutely loved it! I received it as a gift last Christmas and it's been sitting in my TBR (to be read pile) since then and now I'm sorry I didn't get to it sooner.

This book had me laughing out loud every 5 minutes and wanting to share it with anyone who'll listen. His take on things like 'the loop', 'learning curve' etc had me chuckling all the way through.

I also loved his list of imaginary countries that should exist like 'Burmany, where the...more
if you like wit, politics and interesting thoughts
this is the book for you.
an A to Z of all things bastardess.

Beard: fridge magnet for a face
Number Plate: fridge magnet for an ego
Some of the rants are really, really funny. However, unfortunately it is a bit hit and miss. The best observations tend to be about management and consultants.
Laugh out loud funny. Apart from his aversion to marketers I tended to agree with Mark Dapin on most thing. An easy to read, enjoyable book.
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