Copyright 2012 Geraint Ellis
Eight humorous stories, many of which deal with the confusions that arise when we become over-concerned about our image – when we care too much what others will think of us. But in our over-eagerness to create that ‘hip-cool-nobody’s-fool’ image and thereby gain the admiration of our peers, we can, all too easily, become the sport of all our passing ideas …
Think: Paul Eddington in ‘Yes, Prime Minister’
Think: Frasier Crane and his brother Niles in ‘Frasier’.