“It’s now very common to hear people say, ‘I’m rather offended by that.’ As if that gives them certain rights; it’s actually nothing more… It’s simply a whine. It’s no more than a whine. ‘I find that offensive,’ it has no meaning, it has no purpose, it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. ‘I am offended by that.’ Well so fucking what?” – Stephen Fry

Whether it’s the Spice Girls, Take That or the Backstreet Boys, we’ve all been caught humming one of their tunes and abused quite rightfully for doing so. Some of us may have even been caught kissing a Geri Halliwell poster whilst fondling her imaginary breasts. (It was the just the one time). Everyone loves a shit song, which is why I thought I’d compile some of the worst songs I can think of that I secretly adore. Let me know what you think.   1. Dancing Queen – ABBA   – Shit. I love a bit of ABBA. Who doesn’t?! Oh, quite a lot of you? Well, fuck off, they’re great. watch?v=xFrGuyw1V8s&ob=av2n   2. The Animal Hospital Theme Tune  …

Silly Milli oops

What a bellend. I mean, what an apocalyptic dingleberry*. Ed the Red had an hysterical fail yesterday, just a day after Labour’s Diane Abbott created a stir with her ‘Divide and Rule’ tweet. Referring to the passing of TV Legend Bob Holness, Miliband accidentally tweeted; “Sad to hear that Bob Holness has died. A generation will remember him fondly from Blackbusters.” Oh dear. Cue the hilarious Twitter abuse, including several amusing hashtags such as #EdMilibandGameShows. I fucking love Twitter.   * This particular insult was taken from James May on an episode of Top Gear. It is now my favourite insult of all time.

Hello! I am extremely pleased to announce that Leeds Waterstones have asked me to come back for a 2nd book signing on 24th March 2012! They assure me that next time I will have a big table and Waterstones drapes like the proper celebrities. ALSO The fantastic local magazine The Leeds Guide will be reviewing A Year in the Life of Some Guy in the new year. If it’s shite I won’t publicise it.

You can listen to my interview on BBC Radio Leeds from the 3rd of December by clicking the link below. Enjoy!! http://www.4shared.com/audio/eCe9WhiT/oliver.html?

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WOW. Been a busy last few weeks, apologies. So I had my book signing at Leeds Waterstones – it was brilliant. Thank you ALL for coming down and to those random fans that I don’t know personally – you made it very special. I hope you are all enjoying/have enjoyed the book! I will post some pictures below for those who couldn’t make it. (Why didn’t you come you bastards?) According to Waterstones Leeds, my sales have been ‘unprecedented for a first-time author’. They tell me I was 18th best-selling author on the busiest day they have had over the last few years. I’ll take that! I’ve also been getting really great feedback from people who have read ‘Some Guy’….

So this weekend was crazy. I popped down to London to visit a few of my good friends, but it was the train journey back to Leeds which provided the most entertainment. (Sorry London people, you were boring. Deal with it. Ha, so kidding). So there I was minding my own business in Coach B, seat 11a, when a stocky bald chap sat down in front of me. Immediately I recognised him as Rugby League legend, Keith Senior. Fuck me, he’s massive. (Still reckon I could take him though). For you people living south of the M25, Keith Senior is a cult figure up here in Leeds, having played for Leeds Rhinos since 1999 and won a shitload of honours….

A very Happy Halloween to you all. BOOO! I am feeling generous today. Please find below an extract of A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF SOME GUY. This part is taken from Tim and Garth’s Halloween Party. Tim is the main protagonist of the book, and Garth is his extremely homosexual Glaswegian best friend and flat mate. If you haven’t got yourself a copy yet, head over to; Waterstones Amazon – (ignore the 1-2 month delivery, it will be a matter of 2-3 weeks at most) Austin & Macauley  Enjoy!!!………   And so, within a flash, Halloween was upon us. The flat looked completely different: the lounge had been converted into a makeshift dance floor and the sofas had been…

Men can achieve multiple orgasm…..  

I’m upset. Deeply upset. Spooks, the award-winning (guess, but I presume it must be because it’s just so awesome?) BBC drama has just finished. WAH. It was amazing. I miss it already. Why is there nothing good on TV anymore? I remember the good times when 24, Spooks, Lost were all mid-flight and it was brilliant. What is there now? Strictly, X Factor, Masterchef? FUCK OFF   *Just thought – The Man From U.N.C.L.E – now THAT was a sicko tv show. Bring it back!*


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