Finally, Graham's many U. S. fans can laugh at—and benefit from—his drily hilarious Daily Telegraph advice columns.
"Remember that sleeping with friends is lazy and selfish: we don't cook our pets just because we're hungry and they're sitting right by the oven." —Graham on troublesome relationships
"Dogs and DIY are where relationships end up, not where they start." —Graham on looking for love
"Stay on the moral high ground—it's much easier to swing a baseball bat from there." —Graham on forgiving betrayal.
Graham Norton is not only a hilarious and fearless television host, but a weekly agony uncle, advising readers of the Telegraph on a weekly basis. Here, his witty, entertaining, helpful responses are collected for everyone to benefit from his words of wisdom. With a new foreword by Graham and many responses updated since they first ran in the newspaper, this book of inimitable advice covers a range of subjects, including ungrateful spouses, errant partners, failing relationships, problems in the workplace, and social etiquette. Each perfectly-pitched response includes just the right mixture of sound advice, humor, and, occasionally, reprimand.
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The many talents of Graham Norton
This was quite an enjoyable read. Graham Norton is very good at giving advice in a manor that is entertaining, funny and useful! He is so keen as an agony uncle. Yet another thing he's great at!