Trevor McDingle received a diary from his mother as a twenty-fifth birthday present. For two months of his life Trevor meticulously maintained his diary giving an insight into his hilarious, disastrous and rather pathetic life.
Laugh at his misadventures, cringe at his disgusting behaviour and pull your hair out at his unbelievable naivety.
Trevor’s diary is essential reading for anyone who enjoys adult humour and shows just how unhinged some seemingly normal members of society can actually be.
Published: 1 September 2012