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A fond farewell to the many inanimate objects, cultural icons and general stuff around us that find themselves on the verge of extinction. We've all heard of the list of endangered animals, but no one has ever pulled together a list of endangered inanimate objects. Until now, that is. Steve Stack has catalogued well over one hundred objects, traditions, cultural icons and, well, other stuff that is at risk of extinction. Some of them have vanished already. Cassette tapes, rotary dial phones, half-day closing, milk bottle deliveries, Concorde, handwritten letters, typewriters, countries that no longer exist, white dog poo...all these and many more are big a fond farewell in this nostalgic, and sometimes irreverent, trip down memory lane.
'Chummy 1970s and 80s nostalgia'
'Best toilet book I've read in a while'
BEN HATCH, author of ARE WE NEARLY THERE YET?
'A very funny collection of things that have gone out of fashion'
JEN CAMPBELL, author of WEIRD THINGS CUSTOMERS SAY IN BOOKSHOPS
Publication date: 16/06/2014
Publisher: The Friday Project Limited an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
|Publication date:||16th June 2014|
|Publisher:||The Friday Project Limited an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Humour,|
Steve Stack is the pseudonym of a well-known blogger and journalist. He has, under various names, written for The Times, Observer, Private Eye and The Guardian.More About Steve Stack