Talk to the hand

audiobook (Unabridged) the utter bloody rudeness of everyday life or, six good reasons to stay at home and bolt the door

By Lynne Truss

Talk to the hand
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'Talk to the Hand' explores the boorishness of the modern world, and the sense of outrage that infects us when we discover that other people are - generally speaking - crass, selfish and inconsiderate That man just dropped a cigarette packet on the floor Should you do anything? You say to the shop assistant,'Can you tell me the price of this? There doesn't appear to be a label' and she says, 'What do you think I am, psychic?' In her follow-up to 'Eats, Shoots & Leaves', Lynne Truss asks why rudeness is a universal flashpoint and examines specific sources of affront
Talk to the hand