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Humor
Author: Rickard Fuchs
ISBN: 1853758299
Subcategory: Humor
Pages 160 pages
Publisher Prion (October 1, 2011)
Language English
Category: Humor
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 272
ePUB size: 1220 kb
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by Rickard Fuchs


The hilarious truth about agein. y Rickard Fuchs Sweden’s best-selling p comedian. You will find this book funny and a little bit useful no matter how old you are or how old you look.

The hilarious truth about agein. It is filled with wisdom and humour relating to the ageing process, from Signs of Ageing to Food for Wrinkies and from Hobbies to Plastic Surgery. His books have been at the top of the bestsellers list on several occasions and he has sold more than two million books in his native Sweden.

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In this humorous and friendly guide to all things that affect us as we age, Rickard Fuchs (Sweden"s best-selling .

In this humorous and friendly guide to all things that affect us as we age, Rickard Fuchs (Sweden"s best-selling p-comedian) takes a look at subjects as diverse as hair, changing partners, glasses, and plastic surgery. This is a very funny book with a touch of seriousness, no matter whether you"ve just reached 25 or forgotten when you were 65. It is also a book that reflects not only the author"s inner self, but also the reader"s outer self.

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This guy is an inspiration The mother of this girl died when.

This guy is an inspiration The mother of this girl died when she was only 3 months old, they did not have a single photo together. So this artist made one. From the earth she came, to the earth she returned.

The Hilarious Truth about Ageing. A guide to all things that affect us as we age. Whether you've just reached 25 or forgotten when you were 65, it takes a look at subjects as diverse as hair, changing partners, glasses and plastic surgery. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781853758294. Release Date:October 2011.

Just don’t forget you’ve people here who love you, OK?’ He glanced away. You know, Rickard thought that Alisha was working with Jimena and Wetherby. He thought she set him up to die. How fucked up is that?’

Rickard had the undivided attention of the people standing outside the warehouse door. A couple of the stoned girls cheered his singing

Rickard had the undivided attention of the people standing outside the warehouse door. A couple of the stoned girls cheered his singing. The distraction allowed Bosch to move within four cars of the door and about three cars from the spot where Tyge had his dip. As he passed the spot, Rickard stopped his song in mid-chorus and acted as if he had just spotted a treasure. He ducked between the two parked cars and came up with the beer bottle in hand.

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In this humorous and friendly guide to all things that affect us as we age, Rickard Fuchs (Sweden's best-selling doctor-author-standup-comedian) takes a look at subjects as diverse as hair, changing partners, glasses, and plastic surgery. This is a very funny book with a touch of seriousness, no matter whether you've just reached 25 or forgotten when you were 65. It is also a book that reflects not only the author's inner self, but also the reader's outer self.