If you have ever wondered what it would be like to crash a fairground ride, upset the Russian mob, humiliate yourself before millions of people on national television, unintentionally cause thousands of pounds' damage to a McDonalds restaurant, receive a VIP tour of The Whitehouse, be Santa Claus, 'accidentally' commit an armed robbery, be pursued by the paparazzi, buy a crane, get mugged in Paris by a gorilla-penguin, escape an assassination attempt, make weaponised plutonium or be normal... then you're no longer alone.
Welcome to my world.
Welcome to No stranger to the P45.
No stranger to the P45 is a collection of short tales describing my various misadventures in the workplace and my quest to find the ideal job.
With praise such as 'fabulously funny' and 'a delightful read', it is a book of hilarious observations and anecdotal reminiscences offering a unique perspective on the world of work.
‘Twas midsummer’s morn and in a field, a little rabbit sat,
thinking of his life, and other things like that.
He thought of the clouds and of the fish in the sea,
and he thought of the fields and of the fridge in the tree.
‘A fridge? In a tree?’ said he, ‘Well what a funny sight!’
But with a CRACK it fell on him, and killed him dead... outright.