Collection of twenty six short stories by award-winning zine writer Andrew Culture. Each story is short enough to consume during a lunch or tea break and delicious enough to leave a pleasant aftertaste on the readers' brain. There is no one common theme running throughout the book, but as with all of Andrew's writing there is a sprinkle of romance, a dash of dark humour and a tingle of anarchy.
A sinking feeling
Bananas and steam locomotives
Compulsory random life obsolescence
Dig for Victor
Duck stuck in fence
Football and machismo turned to my advantage, finally!
The curious case of the late night knocker
The jumping, scratching, dog squirt story
The feet with a thousand followers
Ask your body
It wasn’t pink
Possible proposition outside Aldgate Underground Station
The curious incident of the black ties and the fake taxi
An Aunty, an Uncle and a food escape
How I found out that DIY tattoos are a bad idea
Big trouble and little chairs
Tapping into time
First impressions count (as weird)
Seeing life on trains
A Brief Introduction
To work for a wage, in sickness and in health
A malevolent morning
A Perilous U-turn?
Quotes from Amazon reviews of Andrew Culture's other books:
"Andrew takes you places where you've never been before. A thorough romp and a half: not to be missed or misread."
"Great fun and I look forward to buying more from this author."
"The author has the rare ability to make charming and funny observations."
"Give this man a column in the paper, I say!"
"I did enjoy it & really felt for the character as I could easily see myself in the same situation."
"Andrews writing is funny, and allows you to become the character."
"Very well written and enjoyable. Looking forward to more."
"An entertaining read with some laugh out aloud moments."