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The Joys of Complaining: The Consumers' Guide to Getting Even Paperback – 30 Oct 1998
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Official complainer for The Sun and Woman''s Realm, Griegson is a master of the art of complaining. Throu gh these hilarious letters of complaint he lays his secrets bare and shows the rest of us how to get the justice we dese rve. '
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29 July 1999
Why is it that we Brits hate complaining and hate to kick up a fuss?... Well, that could all be history if you decide to pick up this little gem. The Joys of Complaining is a refreshing read, but certainly not for stuffy people who do not wish to change their brown and pink flowered 1968 wallpaper. I have enjoyed many moments making friends laugh, reading excerpts from this frontrunner, very humourous, complainers guide. Read this book and don't be suprised if you have a few tears from laughing so hard ~ but one thing is for sure... Don't complain about it to Mr Griegson! ....Loved it.
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5 June 1999
There's simply not enough room in this box to express my distaste for Mr Greigson's childish diatribe. His successes are both nominal and negligible, using only the power of the media he represents to achieve a result for his readers. There are far better complainers around writing for other titles - complainers who know exactly how to get the job done with the minimum of fuss and satisfaction of ego,and whose track record and success ratio are far in excess of the 'great pretender.' Rosie, you must have had mud in your eye when you engaged this rank amateur. Still, good luck aka Jasp - I'm sure that what you do is read by somebody, somewhere!
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