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How to Be Perfect

Catherine Fox

How to Be Perfect

Catherine Fox

$12.99

Paperback

"A treasury of tips from the vicarage goddess."

"One of the advantages of being married to a vicar and living in church accommodation is that you are free of the relentless acquisitiveness which dogs ordinary householders. I find myself totally free from unattractive envy when leafing through House Poncified magazine. I don't find myself in any way hoping the home owners give themselves a hernia lifting their heavy French cast iron frying pan. And I thank God for that."

Such clear-sightedness enables Catherine to bring together in one handy volume all the accumulated wisdom necessary for Perfect Living.

* Etiquette for Other People's Bathrooms (don't write your name in the dust on the window sill)
* How to Make a Bed Perfectly (follow the instructions from IKEA)
* Dress Elegantly (give to Oxfam all those clothes you are too fat for)
* Ought Charismatic Evangelical Christian women to dye their hair? (Irrelevant. They should have their heads covered)
* Perfect Vegetables (cut out the middle man - put any leafy green ones straight in the bin)

Enjoy! And just to be on the safe side, after you have enjoyed, repent!

Large paperback, Illustrated, 192 pages.
- Publisher.

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About "How to Be Perfect"

"A treasury of tips from the vicarage goddess."

"One of the advantages of being married to a vicar and living in church accommodation is that you are free of the relentless acquisitiveness which dogs ordinary householders. I find myself totally free from unattractive envy when leafing through House Poncified magazine. I don't find myself in any way hoping the home owners give themselves a hernia lifting their heavy French cast iron frying pan. And I thank God for that."

Such clear-sightedness enables Catherine to bring together in one handy volume all the accumulated wisdom necessary for Perfect Living.

* Etiquette for Other People's Bathrooms (don't write your name in the dust on the window sill)
* How to Make a Bed Perfectly (follow the instructions from IKEA)
* Dress Elegantly (give to Oxfam all those clothes you are too fat for)
* Ought Charismatic Evangelical Christian women to dye their hair? (Irrelevant. They should have their heads covered)
* Perfect Vegetables (cut out the middle man - put any leafy green ones straight in the bin)

Enjoy! And just to be on the safe side, after you have enjoyed, repent!

Large paperback, Illustrated, 192 pages.
- Publisher.
- Koorong

This guide to the acts needed for perfect living includes such tips as the etiquette for other people's bathrooms (don't write you name in the dust on the window sill) and how to make a bed perfectly (follow the instructions from IKEA).
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Catherine Fox

Catherine Fox is a novelist, historian, mother of two small boys, and a vicar's wife in the UK.

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  • Catalogue Code 202336
  • Product Code 1854246364
  • EAN 9781854246363
  • Pages 192
  • Department General Books
  • Category Women
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Jan 2003
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight 0.328kg

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