Wrap It In A Bit Of Cheese Like You're Tricking The Dog


  • Kindle Edition
  • 192 pages
  • Wrap It In A Bit Of Cheese Like You're Tricking The Dog
  • David Thorne
  • English
  • 01 December 2019

10 thoughts on “Wrap It In A Bit Of Cheese Like You're Tricking The Dog

  1. jv poore jv poore says:

    Hilarious, as expected, with maybe a couple of unexpected but greatly appreciated..moments I m going to have buy severalcopies I have a couple of friends and a few HS English classes that will undoubtedly be as amused and delighted as I am.


  2. Tracey Allen at Carpe Librum Tracey Allen at Carpe Librum says:

    I ve been enjoying David Thorne s wacky sense of humour for years now, so I was really excited to receive an autographed copy of Wrap It In a Bit of Cheese Like You re Tricking the Dog for Christmas last year.Containingessays than emails, the laughs continued, just not at the same rate of knots i.e on every page The work conversations are hilarious and there was another logo design that had me chuckling and remembering the logo shenanigans in his previous books.Readers looking for a li I ve been enjoying David Thorne s wacky sense of humour for years now, so I was really excited to receive an autographed copy of Wrap It In a Bit of Cheese Like You re Tricking the Dog for Christmas last year.Containingessays than emails, the laughs continued, just not at the same rate of knots i.e on every page The work conversations are hilarious and there was another logo design that had me chuckling and remembering the logo shenanigans in his previous books.Readers looking for a littledepth in the writing will enjoy this offering, however in terms of laughs, it didn t make me want to read out every exchange, as I wanted to do when reading The Internet is a Playground 5 stars and I ll Go Home Then, It s Warm and Has Chairs The Unpublished Emails 5 stars.This collection of essays and emails is highly recommended for readers familiar with David Thorne s work, but if you re wanting to dip your toe into his wildly entertaining world, you should begin with The Internet Is A Playground I remain a dedicated fan though and will continue to read whatever he puts out Unless it s a book full of his cat panels, lol


  3. Petter Wolff Petter Wolff says:

    The site is better But you knew that, right I knew that, or at least I was 80% certain I bought the book partly to say thanks for your hilarious website.


  4. Ray Henderson Ray Henderson says:

    Not enough cat photosThis is just a bit heavier than the original David Thorne It s durable, lightweight, and has an excellent aerodynamic shape which makes it easy to throw and catch It s weight is good for casual play and people of varying ages and skill.


  5. Terry Collins Terry Collins says:

    Simon is dead, and unless you ve read David Thorne s other books, you have no idea how sad that piece of information is when discovered in this collection of essays, reflections, emails and other nonsense Simon is THE legendary Simon from Thorne s first book, and subsequent volumes best known for the legendary Simon s Pie Charts series of email exchanges that can be found at the following link the passage of time has not dulled Thorne s wit and sen Simon is dead, and unless you ve read David Thorne s other books, you have no idea how sad that piece of information is when discovered in this collection of essays, reflections, emails and other nonsense Simon is THE legendary Simon from Thorne s first book, and subsequent volumes best known for the legendary Simon s Pie Charts series of email exchanges that can be found at the following link the passage of time has not dulled Thorne s wit and sense of the surreal one iota even if mixed withmature ruminations on his father, his family, the workplace, and life in general As always, I laugh loudly and with gusto at his work, even while recognizing we re all getting older.Highlights Production Meeting in which a suggestion box at work goes terribly awry , An Extract From Mowing The Mishler Way by Carl Mishler fun with the neighbors , Answering Ben s Emails For Him While He s Out For The Afternoon self explanatory , Sitting and Sighing the death of Simon , and Who s Pat sex with toasters


  6. E.S. E.S. says:

    Holy shit I did not expect that Simon plot twist there I don t think I ever stopped laughing the moment I opened the book I really enjoyed the first two books he published and then I guess I went and lived in a cave because I wasn t even aware of the other few that he had published since then I decided to visit his website again and it was love at first sight again Also, why the hell do all the books I select on here automatically come up as the kindle editions I don t get it Anyway, re Holy shit I did not expect that Simon plot twist there I don t think I ever stopped laughing the moment I opened the book I really enjoyed the first two books he published and then I guess I went and lived in a cave because I wasn t even aware of the other few that he had published since then I decided to visit his website again and it was love at first sight again Also, why the hell do all the books I select on here automatically come up as the kindle editions I don t get it Anyway, read this book


  7. Mr A Humphreys Mr A Humphreys says:

    A rollercoaster of emotionsAs a fan of the website in the days of the long running complaints from Simon, eagerly awaiting the next inevitable and deserved complaint, the tale of Walter s tie and it s conclusion totally threw me Tangents galore but inevitably and surprisingly they get back on track The comic writing is, as always, spot on, you can t help feel sorry for David s workmates, family and any a d all wild animals he befriends Best read with a few Pina Coladas and chicken nuggets


  8. Tami Tami says:

    His best one yet This truly made me laugh out loud I immensely enjoyed this book It also had someemotional stories in there not going to spoiler here, but it made for an even better read, as it gave the humour some human touch Even sarcastic a holes know how to love and to be loyal Very good read for a good laugh


  9. Mathew Walls Mathew Walls says:

    Not quite as good as Look Evelyn, Duck Dynasty Wiper Blades, but still very funny and well worth reading Not quite as good as Look Evelyn, Duck Dynasty Wiper Blades, but still very funny and well worth reading


  10. George Shafer George Shafer says:

    Another belly buster I love these books My wife always knows when I am reading one of David s books, as there is continuous laughter I end up reading much it out loud to her Not a bad way to spend an afternoon Cannot wait until the next one


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