Little Guide to Unhip None

  • Title: Little Guide to Unhip
  • Author: K.J. Rigby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2019-08-16T03:28:52+00:00

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    2 thoughts on “Little Guide to Unhip

    1. I enjoyed this little book a lot. The fact that I am from Liverpool (like the author), am in my early 50's (again like the author) and seem to have a very similar caustic sense of humour to the author no doubt helped. To be honest, after reading it, I am not really any the wiser as to my hip or unhip status, and frankly who cares, but I did laugh out loud on several occasions, quietly chuckled to myself a lot and often smiled or indeed grimaced wryly, as I recognised signs of both my own flaws a [...]

    2. Undisputedly hilarious. Each 'Unhip' entry is anywhere from a single paragraph to two pages in length and although you turn the pages with trepidation, it is trepidation-with-giggles. It's like a comic version of Russian roulette: you hope NOT to find yourself in the next entry, you turn the page and – Bang! - another cringeworthy 'Unhip' custard pie splats squarely in your fizzog! No matter how 'Hip' you think you are, the likelihood of you getting through this book unscathed is zero (or less [...]

    3. It was obvious from the beginning that this book was going to be a laugh.It was obvious from near the beginning that it was also going to be an assault course - could I jump over the hurdle of every chapter unscathed?Gilbert O'Sullivan - no worries thereElasticated waists - not my faultMorris dancers - you jestAustria - don't care if I don't go there againAnd triumphantly on until 'TIM' - Tim? Yeah, Tim is one of the unhippest names in the universe according to Kate Rigby. I lost it at birth or [...]

    4. This book is hysterical but at the same time it shares wonderful stories and shows us just how ridiculous life can be; and that laughing at things that seem so huge at the time really helps put everything in perspective. It's fun, light, and a wonderful gift for anyone for any occassionI highly recommend itPatricia aka Columbia Layers of the heart

    5. An amusing read, with the occasional flash of real insight. Well written and impeccably presented. While it may be British in many of the references, there is no reason it should not strike a chord with Americans as well. So much of our culture is world-wide these days.

    6. I was expecting this book to have some kind of balance about what is good about being unhip. I was expecting support for the idea that one should neither reject nor embrace pop culture just because it is currently hip Also, being deliberately unhip or unfashionable does carry some risks, and I was interested in comments about how to balance those.But the book seems only to talk about particular things that are unhip in the British culture in particular. Because what thing are unhip change fast, [...]

    7. It was obvious from the beginning that this book was going to be a laugh. It was obvious from near the beginning that it was also going to be an assault course - could I jump over the hurdle of every chapter unscathed? Gilbert O'Sullivan - no worries there Elasticated waists - not my fault Morris dancers - you jest Austria - don't care if I don't go there again And triumphantly on until 'TIM' - Tim? Yeah, Tim is one of the unhippest names in the universe according to Kate Rigby. I lost it at bir [...]

    8. I absolutely loved this . I read through it, I felt myself mentally checking off all the unhip things in my life, and ended up by wondering if this writer was a personal friend or family member of mine as it was spot on. Imagine the hilarity when I got to the section called 'Timothy and June'.Eagle-eyed readers will note that my name is, in fact, June.d I am proud to be officially unhipI think I might have been hip once, for about 5 minutes in 1984.w I leave it to the young'uns. The only 'hip' I [...]

    9. I wanted to like this, but just didn't find it funny. Perhaps I'm simply not in the target audience, being ten years younger than the author and so having no experience of most of the things she classes as "unhip".

    10. This is a fabulously funny read as long as you are happy to admit that you are tragically middle-aged and unhip! Love Kate's work.

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