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In Old Bloke Goes Running, from profit-sharing Scottish publisher Neetah Books, the 57-year-old father of four from Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire, who has asthma and is on statins, recalls the moment he first accepted the fact that he had to drastically overhaul his whole way of living.
After all, the bloke at the other end had a 42-ball spell without finding the boundary while his partner was, it seems, despatching every other delivery into the punters.
"It's going to have a big effect on a lot of teams regarding the interchange, with bigger blokes having to play bigger minutes.
Originally a university writing assignment, Jim O'Connor's "The Bloke's Guide to Brilliant Cooking" will show even the most clueless male just how to culinarily impress the ladies like a chef by thinking the way a Bloke naturally thinks; like a guy!
"Bruce and (Stephen) Clemence saw it and both stood and glared at this bloke and shook their heads.
ACTOR Sanjeev Bhaskar says his new role on children's TV has stopped him being a "horrible bloke".
It's the only thing that makes sense to a bloke raised above pubs in the north of England."
I'M a 30-year-old bloke and I've recently started dating a girl who I've been crazy about for months.
"We walked down to have a look and we saw a black bloke walking up there with a gun.
She said: "It is a book about somebody who appears to be at first blush a rather boring bloke, and you think 'Why are we reading about a very boring bloke?' but gradually as the book goes on you realise that this boring bloke who has presented himself in that way doesn't actually know very much about himself and gradually he's revealed to be far from that but to be somebody quite different and I think one of the things the book does is talk about the humankind.
Where I lived as a kid, the local bookie was a bloke called Wheeler who served the inhabitants in our part of Aston and Summer Lane.
You see that bloke who's not been near a dugout since you were born, but is now managing a team playing Manchester United in the FA Cup?
Confession time - I lovewrestling, or rather watching it, as the thought nowadays of writhing around on the floor with another bloke is unpalatable and probably illegal, to be honest.
He also worked as a painter on the Sydney Harbor Bridge that right there makes him a pretty legit bloke. Paul was awarded Australian of the Year in 1985 (Crocodile Dundee wasn't until 1986).