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Deborah Moggach These foolish things
When Ravi Kapoor, an over - worked London doctor, is driven beyon ...
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by - written on 25/07/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Dr. Ravi Kapoor works in the A&E ward of an English hospital. He's committed, patient, sympathetic. All these positive characteristics dwindle to zero when he comes home. The reason is Norman, his English wife's widowed father. He's been thrown out of yet another nursing home for molesting the female staff. It's becoming more and more difficult to find a place for him as word is getting round. It's not surprising that Ravi's nerves are shattered, the old lecher asks him for Viagra, leaves porn mags around the house, uses his computer during his absence, belches and farts, preferably simultaneously, and boils his handkerchiefs in the sauce pan to get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
~Inconvenient and Obnoxious Norman~ Life should be good for Dr. Ravi Kapoor. He's got an excellent job at the hospital, a lovely wife and a nice home but there's one big blot on his otherwise happy landscape - his father-in-law Norman. This objectionable old boy has been banned from every nursing home he's been to and by many he's never even gone near and Ravi and his wife Pauline are running out of options. It looks like they are stuck with Norman and that's no easy ride. He smokes in the house, surfs the net for porn sites on Ravi's computer, burps and farts with alacrity and can never resist a smutty joke. After all, Norman's a man of the world who knows ... Read the complete review
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