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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." -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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