You'll know them all: the armchair spectators supporting the plucky little Brit at Wimbledon; the Atkins dieter, with her mantra of 'Can I eat this?'; the white van man who cannot see the KEEP CLEAR sign because he has parked on top of it; the toddler whose favourite playthings are wall sockets and cats' tails. And of course the perfect family, whose children are all stars and so positive, even in a cyclone on holiday in Mauritius.
Skewering affectation and exposing human folly, Victoria Mather and Sue Macartney-Snape are back with a hilarious set of Social Stereotypes in which we'll recognize everyone around us, including ourselves
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