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100 Things to Do When You're Dead (edition 2009)

by Rob Bailey (Author)

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Society is rapidly discovering that old folk aren't useless just because they go a bit wrinkly and shaky. But don't think that this is the only group of people who have been undervalued - oh no! The potential of a very large sector of society has been overlooked for eons: dead people.In this breathtakingly cheeky work, Rob Bailey presents 100 useful, productive and money-spinning ideas for how your body could be put to use even after you've spent your last breath.Rob Bailey is the co-creator of the best-selling Rude Britain series.… (more)
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Title:100 Things to Do When You're Dead
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Society is rapidly discovering that old folk aren't useless just because they go a bit wrinkly and shaky. But don't think that this is the only group of people who have been undervalued - oh no! The potential of a very large sector of society has been overlooked for eons: dead people.In this breathtakingly cheeky work, Rob Bailey presents 100 useful, productive and money-spinning ideas for how your body could be put to use even after you've spent your last breath.Rob Bailey is the co-creator of the best-selling Rude Britain series.

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