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A compendium of funny typos.
Drummond Moir grew up in Edinburgh and studied at St Anne`s College, Oxford and Daiichi Keizai University in Fukuoka, Japan. He has worked in publishing since 2006 and is currently Editorial Director at Sceptre.
'Roundly entertaining... the pedant's stocking filler for 2012'. * Bookseller magazine humour picks * A Guardian Best Stocking-Filler Book 2012. * . * Hard to suppress the snorts of laughter when reading this jolly collection of spelling mistakes, sub-editing disasters and misprints. * The Lady * King of the stocking filler books this Christmas... Essentially it's the best most fun chunks of the internet that you're thrilled to see when you're hungover. * Alex Heminglsey, 60SecondReview * Delightful... as an 1864 edition of the Bible suggested, ''Rejoice and be exceedingly clad!'' * TLS * Hilarious! Don't read it through in one sitting, tempting as it might be to see what's over the page. You do reach a stage where it's difficult for onlookers to establish if you're convulsed with laughter or in need of medical assistance. * Bookbag * Picked as one of the Guardian Books of the Year: 'You could put a gentle reminder in your card that "gift" has been used as a verb since the 16th century, and gift a book about language'. * Guardian * This is one of the most abusing books around. Amusing. I meant amusing. With an M. Listen, someone had to do that joke, why not me? -- . * A J JACOBS, author of The Year of Living Biblically * The typo: creator of angst and giggles. Best not read this in public, as you will laugh out loud. Or have the urge to nudge the stranger sitting next to you, just so you can tell them about that hilarious thing you just read. Like how Hitler had a ruthless gazpacho. Or how Rambo was a famous French poet. Or how... oh, just read the damn thing. -- . * Jen Campbell, author of WEIRD THINGS CUSTOMERS SAY IN BOOKSHOPS * 'Prefect. A grate book!' -- . * Mark Forsyth, author of THE ETYMOLOGICON *