Ask Graham

Ask Graham

Graham Norton / Aug 07, 2020
Ask Graham Finally Graham s many U S fans can laugh at and benefit from his drily hilarious Daily Telegraph advice columns Remember that sleeping with friends is lazy and selfish we don t cook our pets just bec
  • Title: Ask Graham
  • Author: Graham Norton
  • ISBN: 9781843582977
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Finally, Graham s many U S fans can laugh at and benefit from his drily hilarious Daily Telegraph advice columns Remember that sleeping with friends is lazy and selfish we don t cook our pets just because we re hungry and they re sitting right by the oven Graham on troublesome relationships Dogs and DIY are where relationships end up, not where they start GraFinally, Graham s many U S fans can laugh at and benefit from his drily hilarious Daily Telegraph advice columns Remember that sleeping with friends is lazy and selfish we don t cook our pets just because we re hungry and they re sitting right by the oven Graham on troublesome relationships Dogs and DIY are where relationships end up, not where they start Graham on looking for love Stay on the moral high ground it s much easier to swing a baseball bat from there Graham on forgiving betrayal Graham Norton is not only a hilarious and fearless television host, but a weekly agony uncle, advising readers of the Telegraph on a weekly basis Here, his witty, entertaining, helpful responses are collected for everyone to benefit from his words of wisdom With a new foreword by Graham and many responses updated since they first ran in the newspaper, this book of inimitable advice covers a range of subjects, including ungrateful spouses, errant partners, failing relationships, problems in the workplace, and social etiquette Each perfectly pitched response includes just the right mixture of sound advice, humor, and, occasionally, reprimand.
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      • Graham Norton

        Graham William Walker is an Irish actor, comedian, television presenter and columnist, known by his stage name Graham Norton He is the host of the comedy chat show The Graham Norton Show and the BBC commentator of the Eurovision Song Contest.


    104 Comments

    1. Bluntly telling it like it is as only gay comedian, chat show host and now agony uncle Graham Norton can, with wit and wisdom Ask Graham is a collection of letters and responses from Norton s column in the very middle class and conservative Daily Telegraph If you re looking for a gentle agony aunt who sensitively guides you to the solutions to life s problems without judgement, turn back now Not that he is ever mean to the genuinely vulnerable he saves his mocking for the clearly stupid and thos [...]


    2. If I had a problem I would definitely Ask Graham Not only are his answers to the various problems in this book helpful, they are also extremely witty Graham pulls no punches If he finds the problems ridiculous he says so this is a funny and, at times, poignant read.


    3. Hysterical A compilation of agony aunt letters from his newspaper column Whenever I need a giggle or some light reading I open this book


    4. This has been a thoroughly entertaining read with a mixture of humour and common sense, Graham s answers to people s problems are absolute genius In fact, in facing a problem I now almost ask that important question WWGS What Would Graham Say He puts petty problems into perspective, tries to knock sense into people who have clearly lost the plot and offers a sensitive response to those who are genuinely struggling in life.This is one of those books you can read on and off although it s hard to j [...]


    5. Sorry this sounds rude especially as it s real life problems I found this book through my local library s ebook service Reading through the letters distracted me from my chronic pain, was a easy book to read especially if tired and couldn t face reading a traditional fiction or nonfiction book.


    6. This collection of letters written to Graham is so funny His responses are priceless If you need a laugh this is a tonic I didn t read this in one go I dipped into it over the space of a couple of weeks I recently read his novel Holding which was also a good read.


    7. Graham Norton is so funny This book was heartwarming and fun and perhaps, some of it was a little mean I thought some of his advice came across as a bit harsh, but I m a really sensitive person Mostly, though, it was quite enjoyable to read his advice to seemingly clueless individuals It s so easy to see other people s problems for what they are It s so easy to see that people cause their own problems but truly think other people are causing them.Graham had great lines and tells it like it is an [...]


    8. I am a huge fan of Graham Norton I ve known for some time now how hilarious and witty he is, but I was a bit surprised at how good his advice to people is I think I expected this book to be funnier and a lot tongue in cheek than it was Don t get me wrong, it s by Graham Norton after all It definitely had its sarcastic, laugh out loud moments, but I was pleasantly unprepared for the excellent advice contained in his Agony Aunt responses to people s pleas for help in it.Well done, Mr Norton I m [...]


    9. Graham Norton is hilarious I love that his advice isn t always just what the person writing the letter wants to hear in return He is honest, snarky but let s be honest, only when people deserve it , and creative The book reveals not just how well Graham can read people but how utterly insane, self absorbed, or love starved most people are.


    10. I got this when I was over in the UK a couple weeks ago It s an advice book taken from his column in a newspaper I thought it was great, and the advice was blunt and to the point People may not like that, but sometimes not sugar coating something is the only way to make it sink in.





    11. A surprisingly enjoyable read, Graham is down to earth and cuts right through the treacle to give advice that friends and family are far too polite to give.


    12. Hysterical Divided into lots of letters so great reading while travelling as long as you are ok with people looking at you in a funny way when you laugh out loud


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