And Another Thing: The World According to Clarkson: Volume 2 (The World According to Clarkson #2)
In And Another Thing... the outspoken and outrageous presenter Jeremy Clarkson, shares his opinions on just about everything.
Jeremy Clarkson finds the world such a perplexing place that he wrote a bestselling book about it. Yet, despite the appearance of The World According to Clarkson, things - amazingly - haven't improved. Not being someone to give up easily, however, h...more
He's also much more sensible about fre...more
Five out of ten.
Extracts from Clarkson's column in the Sunday Times. The usual rants about any and every subject. Quite amusing but often needs to be read at the time the column was written (they tend to be topical) which means this book has a limited lifespan.
If you're not a fan of his irreverant 'take-no-prisoners, call-it-as-he-sees-it' attitude and writing style, then there are plenty of other books out there that might suit you better... on quilting perhaps? Or even flower-arranging...
However, if you too find yourself continually frustrated by the boneheaded deci...more
Some of these are very funny. I did find myself laughing out loud a couple of times. But others just feel like a middle aged man ranting about the world and how things ain't as good today as it was 'back it the day'. But saying that, he is a middle aged man so what do you expected.
Therefor only 3 stars. 3.5...more
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In And Another Thing the king of the exasperated quip discovers that:
* bombing North Carolina is bad for Yorkshire
* we can look forward to exploding at the age of 62
* Russians look bad in Speedos. But not as bad as we do
* wasps are the highest form of life
Funny and in your face, Jeremy Clarkson bursts the pointless little bubbles of the idiots while celebrating the spe...more
Well done Jezza!
i love tattoos, but this made me laugh my head off
"The only good thing is that when the subject dies, the tattoo dies too. Except in Japan, of course, where you can buy dead tattooed people to turn into furniture.
"Interesting idea: yakuza scatter cushions."
All his columns are witty and to the non petrol-head even his columns on cars are entertaining.
He writes weekly columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun, but is better known for his role on the BBC television programme Top Gear.
From a career as a local journalist in the north of England, he rose to public prominence as a presenter of the original format of Top Gear in 1988....more