Comedian Jack Dee's hilarious account of how he became quite such a miserable git and a stand up comedian.
'A brilliant book. So funny. It's my bible' Paul O'Grady
In this hilariously frank account of his life, Jack Dee finally reveals what turned a once optimistic young man into this grumpy middle-aged git. It's a journey that takes him from a first gig as a ventriloquist's dummy, to working in an artificial leg factory and delivering incontinence pads for the NHS, before he finally ends up on stage at the Comedy Store. Along the way, Jack shares his laugh-out-loud views on everything from the 'overrated moon landing' to boutique hotels, personal trainers and 'people who hold their cutlery the wrong way'.
Outrageous, absurd, and full of surprises, this is Jack Dee at his funniest.
A brilliant book. So funny. It's my bible
This is just as funny and grumpy as the great man himself, which is probably because he actually wrote it
Painfully funny and moving
Deadpan humour at its most brilliant
Lots of great jokes