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Everyone Dead By Teatime: A Rational, Level-headed Guide to the End of the World from The Daily Mash Hardcover – 29 Oct 2009
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A comic gem. (Toby Clements Daily Telegraph)
A savage and hilarious take on the current state of the world from the best satirists in the business, The Daily Mash.See all Product description
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Whilst the faux news items are sublime in their finesse of exposing the hypocrisy of parliament, the press and public opinion to scathing analogical sarcasm, the horoscopes and other features are an absolute comic joy.
Easily the funniest contemporary take on current affairs.
This is a compilation of short articles written for the Daily Mash web site, and as such it's probably best read in short doses rather than beginning-to-end in one sitting as it might all get a bit much. Almost all of it is satire about the news stories of the day back in 2009, just as the Labour Government were on their way out, with the MPs expenses scandal, the banking crisis in full flow, and so on- as a result this book will get less topical and more dated as time goes by, but unless you've got a memory like a seive you'll know what they're talking about. And besides, the news is mostly just repeats anyway...
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Low quality satire with a puerile streak. Viz serves that up and does so a thousand times better. Avoid