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Summary

In this follow up to the best-selling Book of British Common Sense, the Pub Landlord gets personal, employing his bar-room wisdom for your own spiritual gain.

The Pub Landlord knows that you, like so many others in Broken Britain, need help to Help Yourselves - which is why he has stepped out from behind the taps once again and written (well, dictated, be reasonable) this Help Yourself book, Think Yourself British.

The guiding principle of Helping Yourself is this: in order to take one step forward, we must first take two steps backwards. Because you will only truly know that you are moving forwards if you have first seen what it's like to go backwards. And once you have read Think Yourself British you will undoubtedly become one of the most backwards people you know.

Help Yourself to unlock your brainSpace¿ and increase your brain'sPace*

Help Yourself to Health, Nutrition, Dating, Health, Wealth, Success and Happiness.

Help Yourself to make an omelette with a fried egg inside it.

Help Yourself to Al Murray The Pub Landlord's Think Yourself British (remember to pay for it, though, don't just help yourself).

©2009 Hodder & Stoughton (P)2009 Hodder & Stoughton

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Entertaining as ever!

Pub Landlord gives you both wit and charm! Well written with amusing insights. Well worth the listen and enjoy the self effacing humour!