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The Further Adventures of an Idiot Abroad by Karl Pilkington
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Once again Karl is forced to experience what other's may put on a "bucket list" but which he doesn't even want to think about doing.

On running with the bulls in Pamplona: "What is it with Spain? If they are not throwing tomatoes at each other they're running down alleyways avoiding rampaging bulls! It's like they're living in a computer game. I suppose this is what happens when you live in a place that has good weather most of the year round - people come up with daft outside events."

What can I say? He is kind of a loveable idiot. This one is not written in diary form as was the last one but it is FUNNY. It does include his charming drawings plus random facts as Karl interprets them.

Sometimes inappropriate as a child might be he is but not cruel - naïve and hilarious. He does puts out on the open what some may be thinking but don't articulate.

A fast read with plenty of laughs as he comments on a "bucket list" of one hundred items from which he must choose a few plus do some which Ricky & Steven force him to do. Hilarity ensues.
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Reading Progress

November 26, 2013 – Started Reading
November 26, 2013 – Shelved
November 26, 2013 – Finished Reading

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