"The easiest way to become a celebrity is to murder someone and put their chopped up remains in a box", said Bertrand Russell. Just in case you are not prepared to go that far, this book is a spoof guide on how to become a fully-fledged member of the glitterati without even trying. Whatever it is your desire to be - film star, boy band Romeo, pin-up, model, actress, sports idol, or just famous for no good reason - this manual tells you how to get the life and how to live it once you're there. It includes tips on everything from the art of getting fit to getting your very own stalker and/or gay rumour started. Soon, you too can be rich, vain, loathsome and internationally famous.
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The latest instalment in the corporate adventures of Alex, the pinstriped cartoon character who appears in the pages of the 'Daily Mail'. It's been a tough year for the investment banker: his world is rocked by financial scandals and he faces a fight to keep his job. A collection of Cook's finest and funniest writings - many of which have never been published before. Christmas verse: under influence of gin, turkey and baby look confusingly alike. Why does the baby smell of stuffing? What has the family eaten for Christmas dinner? Hundreds of short stories picked up from the world's news wires during the last year.
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Book Description Ebury Pr, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. illustrated edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091884128