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The World Cup Of Everything: Bringing the fun home (edition 2017)

by Richard Osman (Author)

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In The World Cup Of Everything Richard Osman* gives you and your friends the chance to vote on some of the most controversial, and funniest arguments of our time. What is the greatest chocolate bar of all? It's the Twirl surely? Maybe Maltesers? What are the greatest crisps of all time? Frazzles of course! Anything but Ready Salted Walkers Best sitcom ever? Hmmm, 'Only Fools And Horses' or 'Blackadder' Best animal? Dog!, No wait, cat! No wait, dog! Hold on, you disagree? You think that Pickled Onion Monster Munch are the best crisps? And 'Mrs. Brown's Boys' is the best sitcom? Play along with The World Cup Of Everything and you and your family and friends can decide these things once and for all. You will be arguing about, then voting on, the best crisps, the best chocolate, the best sweets, the best sitcom, the best Christmas songs, the best Disney films, the best biscuits and so much more. It is also packed with amazing stories and incredible facts on everything from Nandos to 'Die Hard' to Jammie Dodgers. And who wins? You decide! *Richard from Pointless, you know the one.… (more)
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Title:The World Cup Of Everything: Bringing the fun home
Authors:Richard Osman (Author)
Info:Coronet (2017), Edition: 01, 400 pages
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In The World Cup Of Everything Richard Osman* gives you and your friends the chance to vote on some of the most controversial, and funniest arguments of our time. What is the greatest chocolate bar of all? It's the Twirl surely? Maybe Maltesers? What are the greatest crisps of all time? Frazzles of course! Anything but Ready Salted Walkers Best sitcom ever? Hmmm, 'Only Fools And Horses' or 'Blackadder' Best animal? Dog!, No wait, cat! No wait, dog! Hold on, you disagree? You think that Pickled Onion Monster Munch are the best crisps? And 'Mrs. Brown's Boys' is the best sitcom? Play along with The World Cup Of Everything and you and your family and friends can decide these things once and for all. You will be arguing about, then voting on, the best crisps, the best chocolate, the best sweets, the best sitcom, the best Christmas songs, the best Disney films, the best biscuits and so much more. It is also packed with amazing stories and incredible facts on everything from Nandos to 'Die Hard' to Jammie Dodgers. And who wins? You decide! *Richard from Pointless, you know the one.

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