52 Times Britain was a Bellend: The History You Didn’t Get Taught At School

November 10, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

An educational and hilarious book Jim has a way of taking harrowing and bleak topics and putting a twist on it that you can’t help but crack up at. Jim is a fantastic writer and his wit is absolutely outstanding in this book. I have bought three copies, one to send home to America, and will be buying more for Christmas gifts and secret santa. Honestly one of the best books I have read this year, I had to stop reading it on the train because people were starting to stare and tut in typical British fashion at me.Buy…

Anonymous says:

The awfulness of Britain well researched and hilariously delivered. James “Jim-Jom” M. Felton has long pleased me on twitter and now I get to experience that humour on pieces of paper covered in what can only be described as penises.There are big ones, there are smaller ones, some are funnier shaped than others! No matter what type you like (bar ejaculating ones), you’ll be pleased by their addition to these historic accounts of how Britain was a total knob, repeatedly, throughout history.My only complaint is that this book isn’t on the…

Anonymous says:

Great! Very funny and all too informative. Any country insisting as fervently as Britain does that they are the good guys must be conveniently forgetting a few things.This book makes this very clear and shatters this illusion with a lot of laughs along the way.Total bellends.I would recommend this book to anyone with eyes and the audiobook to anyone with ears.

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