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Philip Ardagh

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Philip Ardagh


Born
in London, England, The United Kingdom
September 11, 1961

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Over six-and-a-half feet tall, with a bushy beard,Philip Ardagh is not only very big but also very hairy. He is the author of the Eddie Dickens Trilogy and when not writing silly books, Mr. Ardagh is quite serious and frowns a great deal. He lives in a seaside town somewhere in England with his wife and their son, Fred.

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About Me!

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Hi, I’m Phil from Phili and I’m living in the UK!


If I had to describe myself I would have to say:



Creative
Linguist
Writer
Runner
Language Lover

I have three major aspects to my life writing, languages and running.


So if you’re still here, take a look at my journey through all three.


My Writing Life

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Writing has been my number one passion all of my life.


From when I was a child, I was writing stories

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Quotes by Philip Ardagh  (?)
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“There's never a good time to tell someone that you don't really exist.”
Philip Ardagh
tags: humor

“Clean shoes are no indication of clean feet, especially if worn on the head.”
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“If anyone had appeared in just a pair of boxer shorts or swimming trunks, the womenfolk would have had "an attack of the vapors" and the menfolk would have exploded in a rage at the indecency of it. What exactly "an attack of the vapors" was is unclear, because there is no such thing as womenfolk anymore, and there is certainly no such thing as an attack of the vapors.”
Philip Ardagh, Awful End
tags: humor



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