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Table Of Contents

The hell of nightclubs [13 August 2007]
Think of a number [20 August 2007]
Whippersnapper TV [27 August 2007]
Planet of the spiders [3 September 2007]
Like, totally psychotic [14 July 2007]
Death to the liars [21 July 2007]
Charley Hoarse [28 July 2007]
The endearing Jamie Oliver [4 August 2007]
A weatherbeaten Richard Hammond [18 August 2007]
A moody shot of an inanimate object [25 August 2007]
‘What you see is what happened …’ [1 September 2007]
They walk and they don’t smile [6 October 2007]
Henry VIII on a jetski [13 October 2007]
Nobody knows anything [10 November 2007]
Smell the weight come off [8 October 2007]
Shut up shut up shut up [15 October 2007]
Loves me, loves me not [29 October 2007]
Rough in the jungle [12 November 2007]
Pineapple Prawn Dippers [24 November 2007]
Specialist, arcane idiocy [1 December 2007]
6. Stop squashing end credits and shouting over them:
LOL IM BONKERZ!!! [12 January 2008]
1,000 Things to Ignore Before You Die [19 November 2007]
March of the Pods [26 November 2007]
Everyone’s talking about … [3 December 2007]
The Axis of Real Stuff [10 December 2007]
Lulu’s Christmas Dream [17 December 2007]
A Right New York State [7 January 2008]
Day of the Norovirus [14 January 2008]
Not enough buttons [21 January 2008]
Coke ’n’ cheese party [26 January 2008]
The forgotten tortoises [2 February 2008]
Tony, don’t be a hero [9 February 2008]
Imaginary young males [16 February 2008]
A Toad of Toad Hall lookalike contest [23 February 2008]
The wheel of hate [1 March 2008]
Ireland’s industry [8 March 2008]
The war that isn’t there [15 March 2008]
The so-called ‘Stock Market’ [28 January 2008]
A vintage year for celebrity deaths [4 February 2008]
Unvalentine’s Day [11 February 2008]
No smoke without paperwork [18 February 2008]
The Punchbag Hotline [25 February 2008]
Three short and unreasonable paragraphs on skiing [25 February 2008]
All the fun of an MRI scan [3 March 2008]
The Dead Parrot defence [10 March 2008]
Because you’re not worth it [31 March 2008]
Kiddywink Kastle [5 April 2008]
The déjà-vu dimension [12 April 2008]
Possessed by the spirit of nothing at all [19 April 2008]
Smashed in the face with a mobile disco [26 April 2008]
Bring back twerping [3 May 2008]
Now I’m livin’ in Exeter [10 May 2008]
Return of the Gladiators [17 May 2008]
The names pour in [24 May 2008]
Pity the kidfuckers [31 May 2008]
The job interview from heck [7 June 2008]
The idiots are winning [7 April 2008]
Please God not Boris [14 April 2008]
Morning versus night [21 April 2008]
Bowl, Barack, bowl [28 April 2008]
You are here [5 May 2008]
The return of selfishism [26 May 2008]
Hardcore animal sex [2 June 2008]
They’re, like, totally ethnic [14 June 2008]
‘I feel so terribly sad after watching it’ [21 June 2008]
Minds wide shut [2 August 2008]
Fun with brains [16 August 2008]
White people rapping [6 September 2008]
Vice President MILF [13 September 2008]
Another prick in the wall [20 September 2008]
Killvertising [16 June 2008]
The graveyard of privacy [7 July 2008]
Naked emperors of Pluto [14 July 2008]
Britney nude [NSFW] [21 July 2008]
On tonsillitis [28 July 2008]
The great taste of risk [11 August 2008]
The imaginary Olympics [18 August 2008]
The pubic consensus [15 September 2008]
How to disappear incompletely [29 September 2008]
An American road trip [25 October 2008]
An election in Narnia [20 October 2008]
Sexual acts on a butterfly [3 November 2008]
Homosexualiteeheehee [6 December 2008]
When Bagpuss goes to sleep [13 December 2008]
My close friend Coolio [10 January 2009]
Question everything [24 January 2009]
Here goes nothing [31 January 2009]
A quick bit of good news [10 November 2008]
Hope it’s chips, it’s chips [24 November 2008]
Chain Gang Betties [1 December 2008]
Life partners and joy thieves [12 January 2009]
Chocolate Guernica [14 January 2009]
President Superman [26 January 2009]
Noel’s Wide-a-Waco Club [14 February 2009]
The colour of horrid [21 February 2009]
A pillock of Apprentii [28 March 2009]
Against Philip [25 April 2009]
Male physical splendour [2 May 2009]
Go Faster Tripe [9 May 2009]
Yes, Sir Alan [16 May 2009]
Greeks Got Talent [30 May 2009]
Attack of the invisible pirates [6 June 2009]
One small step for (a) man [4 July 2009]
Insert plinth pun here [11 July 2009]
A nice lie down and a bleed [1 August 2009]
When hypotheses attack [8 August 2009]
The New Media Dictionary [2 February 2009]
Voice of the people [9 February 2009]
On flavoured potato crisps [16 February 2009]
Show us your bum for ten pence [23 February 2009]
Bring on the summer of rage [2 March 2009]
The book(s) I haven’t read [9 March 2009]
Super Mundanity World [16 March 2009]
The Brown Minister [11 May 2009]
Paranoia island [25 May 2009]
The worm that turned? [1 June 2009]
Aural contraceptive [8 June 2009]
Heavy petting [15 June 2009]
Hobby or not hobby? [22 June 2009]
The King is Dead [29 June 2009]
‘Crowdsourcing’ [6 July 2009]
National breakdown recovery [13 July 2009]
Learn, Hollywood, learn [3 August 2009]
Pixel kingdom [12 May 2008]
The best videogames of all time [5 April 2008]
Dictionary corner [6 August 2007]
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Charlie Brooker - The Hell of It All

Charlie Brooker - The Hell of It All

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A new collection from the celebrated and anarchic author of Screen Burn, Brass Eye and Dead Set.

'Mankind clearly peaked about 40 years ago. It's been downhill ever since. For all this talk of our dazzling modern age, the two biggest advances of the past decade are Wi-Fi and Nando's. That's the best we can do.'

In his latest laugh-out-loud collection of misanthropic scribblings, hideous Q-list celebrity failure Charlie Brooker tackles everything from the misery of nightclubs to the death of Michael Jackson, making room for Sir Alan Sugar, potato crisps, global financial meltdown, conspiracy theories and Hole in the Wall along the way. The collapse of civilisation has never felt this funny (unless you're a sociopath, in which case it's been an uninterrupted laugh riot since the days of the Somme).

This book is guaranteed to brighten your life, put a spring in your step, and lie to you on its back cover.
A new collection from the celebrated and anarchic author of Screen Burn, Brass Eye and Dead Set.

'Mankind clearly peaked about 40 years ago. It's been downhill ever since. For all this talk of our dazzling modern age, the two biggest advances of the past decade are Wi-Fi and Nando's. That's the best we can do.'

In his latest laugh-out-loud collection of misanthropic scribblings, hideous Q-list celebrity failure Charlie Brooker tackles everything from the misery of nightclubs to the death of Michael Jackson, making room for Sir Alan Sugar, potato crisps, global financial meltdown, conspiracy theories and Hole in the Wall along the way. The collapse of civilisation has never felt this funny (unless you're a sociopath, in which case it's been an uninterrupted laugh riot since the days of the Somme).

This book is guaranteed to brighten your life, put a spring in your step, and lie to you on its back cover.

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