The Secret Life of Hospital Food

Have a stroke, it’s easy when you know how. Sit in a bed on a hospital ward and decide whether you should be angry or downhearted or feel blessed. Sit there for hours on end with only a wall and other almost completely stroke-disabled patients to look at. s it a good thing? Is it a bad thing? How is your perspective controlled? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781910103302
About Frankie Lassut

Frankie lives in Coventry. For a while he wondered what his style of writing was, because hyperbole is a bit of a Wonky word for Coventry people to grasp. A better description would be 'A caricature artist who uses words'. That means that whatever subject he chooses he is always rigidly politically correct, and if you believe that ...
He is blah, blah years old (why would anybody want to know that?).
He likes going to the city centre and feeding the pigeons, because locals call them vermin. But, how can these birds whose ancestors helped us so much in the war be vermin?
He also takes photographs of things other people (some with cameras) ignore. www.frankie-lassut.com
He likes watching films and enjoys Everybody Loves Raymond.
He once worked for quite a while in a nuclear plant, and yes, it glows in the dark, which is useful on dark mornings after the electricity has been cut off.

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