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By: Geoffrey Pearson

Where's Me Teeth

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From the mystery of the missing teeth to the urine sample for a goldfish. From the hapless gardener who mows through a power cable, to the debate over fresh or frozen ice to be used in a drink. Why can’t you send an octopus through the post, yet you can take your parrot for a walk?

The frustration caused by the jobsworths of this world and automatic/robotic telephone answering machines.

A humorous and tongue-in-cheek observation of daily life and society. You could not make this up. Life is really stranger and funnier than fiction.

Geoffrey Pearson lives with his partner Gill in Littlehampton, West Sussex. He enjoyed a career in banking and international finance. Having worked in the City of London he then lived and worked in Hong Kong and the Middle East. He has lectured at university, banking and corporate seminars in Asia and the Middle East.

Geoff enjoys cricket and football having played both to a good club standard. He has a daughter, son and two grandchildren.   

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  • Pam

    Afternoon Geoff, I hope you don’t mind my text, It’s just that I have finished your book and wanted to say how much it made me laugh. In fact, I was reading it at lunch and something made me laugh so much I realized the café had gone quiet and when I looked up all eyes were looking at the noisy woman. I enjoyed the book and hope you are being successful.

  • Anonymous

    “Where’s my teeth” is a very funny page-turner.

    The stories are obviously extracts from the author’s diary and emphasise the ridiculous “rules” of modern life, particularly during the pandemic.

    Other experiences with tradesmen I’m sure we can all identify with.

    During these challenging times, laughter is great therapy and this book will certainly help with that.

  • Anonymous

    “Where’s my teeth” is a very funny page-turner.

    The stories are obviously extracts from the author’s diary and emphasise the ridiculous “rules” of modern life, particularly during the pandemic.

    Other experiences with tradesmen I’m sure we can all identify with.

    During these challenging times, laughter is great therapy and this book will certainly help with that.

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