Synopses & Reviews
From Bognor to Blackpool and from Land's End to Leeds, the funniest wisecracks and one-liners from the green and pleasant land
"The English winter—ending in July to recommence in August." —Lord Byron
"An Englishman, even if he is alone, forms an orderly queue of one." —George Mikes
"The difference between English and American humour is $150 a minute." —Eric Idle
If you love fish and chips and the odd spot of Morris dancing, youll revel in these hilarious quips and quotes from such celebrated characters as William Shakespeare, Eric Idle, and Eddie Izzard.
"A delight." —Anglotopia.net
About the Author
Tom Hay is the author of Office Olympics, Scottish Wit, and Welsh Wit.