Robert Webb



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How Not To Be a Boy

4.21 avg rating — 11,149 ratings — published 2017
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Come Again

3.53 avg rating — 1,742 ratings — published 2020 — 12 editions
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This Mitchell and Webb Book

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The 100 Greatest Cover Vers...

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How to cope with Mitchell a...

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Dear NHS: 100 Stories to Sa...

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That Mitchell & Webb Sound,...

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The Predators

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“Yes of course there's always someone worse off than you. But imagine you're in a doctor's surgery with a broken arm. The person next to you has two broken arms, the person next to him has two broken arms and a broken leg. This is all very well, but the point is that you have a broken arm and it hurts.”
Robert Webb, How Not To Be a Boy

“The great thing about refusing to feel feelings is that, once you’ve denied them, you don’t have to take responsibility for them. Your feelings will be someone else’s problem – your mother’s problem, your girlfriend’s problem, your wife’s problem. If it has to come out at all, let it come out as anger. You’re allowed to be angry. It’s boyish and man-like to be angry.”
Robert Webb, How Not To Be a Boy

“One way of imagining life is that it’s a competition between love and death. Death always wins, of course, but love is there to make its victory a hollow one. That’s what love is for.”
Robert Webb, How Not To Be a Boy

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