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Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson
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Sep 16, 07

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Read in January, 1997

this was the first Bill Bryson I read and it made me cause attention to myself as I was literally laughing out loud on the Tube in London! The bit that stays with me the most is the difference between how men and women queue... men are all prepared with the exact amount of change counted out, proffering it to the person... women look all surprised and fumble for their purse, then rummage around for the right amount of Money...

I think Bill Bryson is a sharp and witty observor of human beings.
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