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The World of Karl Pilkington by Karl Pilkington
The World of Karl Pilkington by Karl Pilkington
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing., 6 Nov 2008
I am a big fan of karl pilkington but this book was slightly disappointing. There is very little original content and 90% of the book is just transcripts from the podcasts, therefore, if you have ever listened to the podcast you will find yourself just flicking through pages.

If you have not read karls other books i would advise buying them instead of this one, if you have not listened to the podcast i would advise listening to them first and then if you have not had enough buy this book. The content is top notch it is just mostly unoriginal, a full diary would have been a million times better imo!
Philips Nivea HS8020 Rechargeable Shaving System by Philips
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I saw an advert for this shaver and thought it looked like a great design, so my girlfriend kindly got it for me for Christmas.

The first time I used it was rather an unpleasant experience, skin was really irritated. Knowing it can take a while to get used to a new shaver I continued using it and it became progressively more pleasant!

I've just used it and its now great, no irritation, very smooth, the new head isn't a gimmick it really does get those hairs my previous shaver couldn't! The nivea lotion again isn't as much of gimmick as i expected, and generally does improve the experience and leaves you nice and soft!

The comment about it dropping hair all… Read more
Racecar Is Racecar Backwards ~ Reuben
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You Must Own This Album, 24 April 2005
As many Reuben fans will know this album took a long time coming, but now its here its no disappointment. In fact its the opposite. Many People claimed 16 tracks was too long for a debut album, but when you reach track 16, 'dusk', your left begging for more.

The album varys from some very heavy songs (Missing Fingers, Wrong and sorry) to some softer songs (Song for Saturday, Dusk). It includes some of the best of there earlier songs, including one of there best known songs 'lets stop hanging out', as well as some welcome new songs. It includes the singles, 'stuck in my throat','Freddy kreuger' and 'Moving to black water'.

Personal highlights are Horrorshow, Lets stop… Read more