The bestselling author of MAN AND BOY turns his acute eye and pen to the biggest personal issues that face us -- as well as the annoying grit in the eye of everyday life.
Humour and honesty are combined in these wonderfully observed pieces on romance, sex, marriage, fake breasts, performance anxiety, car envy, airport security and more.
Why are fake breasts always a bad idea?
Why did football become rubbish?
When did your partner's orgasm become more important than your own?
When should a man settle down?
What is the capital of Peru?
Parsons answers all these questions -- apart from the one about Peru -- in his own inimitable style.
This is a book that will be read and loved by anyone who bought MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS -- but only read the first 50 pages.
Please note this copy has light creases on the spine and a small pen mark on the page edge and barcode.
Size: Trade Paperback, 288 pages