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But it was an OK read.

I love Karl’s views on ordinary things and to be honest I agree with quite a bit of them. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it jellyyfish second life. If you like your humour deadpan and stating the obvious, this is the book for you as a light read.

When you have a guy say that his ‘mam’ told him that in order to become a Hell’s Angel you had to ‘poo in your pants and then wear them for a week’, all you can do is laugh so hard you choke. Know Your Buses James Race.

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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Fun and quick read. Saying that, I did like this book – it was quite sweet. While reading this book, I kept thinking back to the antics of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn when they were convincing Jim to be locked up in the shed and pretend he was a captive slave and putting spiders in with him to make it ‘real’.


There’s a bunch of hand drawn illustrations he’s done as well, including pages of comics. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. I love Karl’s views on ordinary things and to be honest I agree with quite a bit haplyslapped them.

Definitely a good Not sure if it’s because I’m a big fan of the Ricky Gervais XFM broadcasts and his famed podcasts as Karl is nearly the main feature in them all but this book was hilarious! Books by Karl Pilkington. I was surprised that I was so little amused by the book. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Happyslappef Words of Karl Pilkington. Be the first to ask a question about Happyslapped by a Jellyfish.

This is gonna if a quick review as I jellyfisg 3 logs and 2 assessments this week. View all 22 comments. When you start reading his books you see some repetitions. Karl seems to be fraught with it on his travels.

Happyslapped by a Jellyfish: Check out Karl’s other fine works: I enjoyed the read as it was entertaining but only gave it 2 stars. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Karlology, An Idiot Abroad, and the new one: Read more Read less.

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With pictures and Karl’s illustrations. The book contains Karl’s tales on his holiday experiences and his musing on life. I bought this with my boyfriend in mind, but ended up reading it myself before I’d even given it to him. In this book, Karl is aware that he is an amusing man but he is trying to recreate his spontaneous, natural statements oarl a concious way.


From sunbathing in t-shirts and lizards the tge of Toblerones, to a toxic apartment in Ibiza with a used loo that can’t be flushed – these witty musings could put you off travelling forever! I’ve told several members of my family about Karl, Ricky, and Steve and nobody has interest for some reason.

October 29, Sold by: Read more Read less. In this book he explains all about his travels and the various things he’s encountered pre-An Idiot Abroad.

Happyslapped by a Jellyfish : The Words of Karl Pilkington

Pilkington says that his favourite job to date was his paper round. If you want to read this book don’t expect Faulkner or even Steve Martin- Pilkington is an odd bird but even the most mundane parts of his world are amusing and oddly interesting. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through happysapped support?

I really wish I could get others to read his books.