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Stick with it. The Guardian, I mean. I love it. It's like getting a novel every day - or a book of short stories. And for 60p or whatever the price is this week. I've been reading it for over 25 years and I have to say that I get terrible withdrawal symptoms if I don't get a copy, or if I don't get to read most of it. Sometimes I find myself at 1.30am falling asleep over G2.

"I don't normally read newspapers. I should be I can't be arsed. Today though I was stuck with nothing to read over lunch and 60p in my pocket so I bought a Guardian."

And there is me desperately hoping that you might be interested in my product.


(Marketing Director, DailyMail.co.uk)
(your client)

oops Rob, you caught me out.

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