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Get a Grip

Get a Grip by Kaz Cooke, ISBN: 9780140263435
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ISBN: 9780140263435
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Published: 28 November, 1996
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Get a Grip

Kaz Cooke's observations are timeless, timely reflections on almost everything important, including NASA, interior design pornography, collective nouns, lerv, weirdos and how to find your inner Nanna. Kaz has a weakness for Scottish accents, an undying hatred of cats, a devastating gift for one-liners and an obsession with the Miss Universe contest ('because, as its name suggests, people from other planets may enter). Get a Grip is fierce, funny, frank, intelligent and informative; an essential companion to life in the nineties and everything you need to know about thigh boots, political correctness, food fads, foreign policy and the sex life of clams. Kaz has an unerring eye for hypocrisy and fun.

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