Why Do I Say These Things?

Why Do I Say These Things? Review

Irreverent, tangental, highly intelligent, and irrepressibly exuberent, Jonathan Ross is Britain's best-known television personality for good reason and his take on growing up, and the world around him, is laugh-out-loud funny. With stories that range from discovering B-movies to fashion, from diets to childhood sweetshops, favorite presents and from sex to pets (and back to sex) he tells his story of his life with all his customary energy, wit, lasciviousness, self-deprecatory humor, and random meandering, revealing that in short trousers he was as cheeky, vain, and frankly ridiculous at times, as he is in those suits.

Title:Why Do I Say These Things?
Edition Language:English

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  • Tracey

    This book is a nice read. Jonathan Ross comes over as a really nice guy , a devoted husband and father. It’s a honest read ....

  • Monica

    Oh, Jonathan Ross... Why DO you say these things? He says it quite well at the end of his book:"Really I should have shut up, but I am so convinced that I can salvage situations with words that I pres...

  • Mandy

    I have a fondness for Andrew Sachs, that I should declare right at the outset, and I also have a belief that leaving messages on a gradparent's answerphone about the sexual exploits of their grand-dau...

  • Kim Annabella

    This book arrives swiftly on the heels of the Andrew sachs debacle whereupon he and russel brand were were publicly suspended from the bbc like naughty schoolboys caught cadging a fag off someone behi...

  • Asta Schmitz

    50% laugh out loud funny, 50% filler....

  • Pamela Harridine

    I always like to finish a book when I start one, but the only reason I needed to turn pages quickly with this one was to get to the end quicker....couldn’t manage it, bored so binned it part way!...

  • Rebecca Jones

    He's not Danny Baker, this book prooves it. I like Jonathan Ross , but Danny Baker writes his funny bits....

  • Maria

    In this book Jonathan Ross, the well known TV presenter, takes us on a journey through the high points of his life and career to date, and some of the strange and funny things that have happened to hi...

  • Diana

    I've been a fan of Jonathan Ross ever since I saw him on BBC the first time. He's a really funny man, so how can I not? I decided to read this book because it would be fun - how could it not be when i...

  • Rick

    This book was given to me for christmas and to be truthful is not one I would probably have gone out and bought. All that being said, it was a really good read. It didn't actually come across so much...