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I Think I Can See Where You’re Going Wrong

Marc Burrows
Illustrated by Tom Gauld

Hilarious, brilliant or just plain weird – comments from Guardian readers collected into a constantly startling gift book.

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The Guardian publishes over forty thousand reader comments a day below the line. This is a miscellany of the best and most baffling thoughts from their witty, well-meaning readers. In the book, Guardian readers ponder the big questions (‘Am I the only one who thinks that ham and cheese is a ghastly mix?’) reflect with nostalgia on better days (‘Airline employees were so much more agreeable back when they were all drunk’) and share hard-won wisdom (‘Dishwashers make lousy salmon poachers’).

This book is best enjoyed with a soy latte in hand and yoga mat under the arm.
Please store in an eco-friendly tote bag.


Marc Burrows is a senior community moderator for the Guardian‘s ‘Comment Is Free’. He removes comments when the CIF hits the fan. He is also a stand-up comedian and bass player in the anachronistic punk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing. @20thcenturymarc

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