At last, a handy little book positively bulging with Chic Murray's singular humour. He was a very funny man with a veiw of life that was close to the absurd and surrealitic, and this book pays deserved tribute to a man who died in 1985.
He was a comedian and an actor (he played the headmaster in Gregory's Girl). His humour was gloriously off-beat as you can tell from opening this book at any page.
For example: "I love food. It's come to the stage where I won't eat anything else."
Or: "His trouble was, he was too late to start earlier."
Or: "I used to write her love letters in the sand. But it was an incredible hassle trying to get the sand into the post box."
Is there a smile hovering around your lips? Then this is the bargain book for you. If it isn't, ah well, never mind.