Things My Girlfriend and I Have Argued AboutPaperback
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- Publisher: Phoenix (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- Format: Paperback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 128mm x 196mm x 24mm | 281g
- Publication date: 26 January 2006
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0753820730
- ISBN 13: 9780753820735
- Sales rank: 107,022
'Insightful and wickedly funny' Heat Pel Dalton leads an uneventful life. His days are spent bluffing his way through an IT job in the university library, pillow-fighting with his two sons, surviving family outings to the supermarket, and finding new things to argue about with Ursula, his German girlfriend. But things are about to change...In this funny tale of love, fatherhood and Anglo-German relations Pel discovers that sometimes the things that drive you crazy can be the only things that can keep you sane.
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Mil Millington is the creator of the cult website www.thingsmygirlfriendandIhavearguedabout.com and co-founder of www.theweekly.co.uk. He writes for various newspapers and magazines and was named by the Guardian as one of the top five debut novelist of 2002. Mil lives in the West Midlands with his girlfriend and their two children.
"[A] brilliantly-written comedy . . . both funny and affectionate." --"The Guardian" "There is little to say about coupledom that is not wittily and often movingly explored here. Sharply-written, brilliantly-observed and absolutely hilarious." --"Daily Mail" "A funny and heart-warming comedy about love, fatherhood and being in the wrong places at all the wrong times."--"Essentials"