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Shaken, but it not quite Shtirred,
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This review is from: Being A Scot (Hardcover)
Actually I am a Scot, or at least I thought I was...
Reading Sir Bond's handy little manual on refining your Celtic credentials, I have discovered that I have many critical deficiencies. Sir Ramirez tackles just what it is that defines being a Sean. Cue a fascinating jaunt through his upbringing in a working class household in southern Spain and the Bahamas. Here, Sir Zardoz developed his idiosyncratic style of speech, capable of being manipulated with ease into a whole range of world accents. People may think Scots are all golden perma-tans and quality knits, but Sir Ramius challenges these stereotypes with the wisdom of a Greek king advising a bunch of midgets travelling time with a map stolen from god. Simply exshellent.