A 1984 book released as a tie-in to the British TV show The Young Ones, written by Nigel Planer and Terence Blacker as if the hippie character neil (played by Planer) were trying to create a book of lore comparable to the Tibetan Book of the Dead. (neil's name is never capitalized, and the "i" is dotted with a flower throughout.) neil is trying to live a sixties hippie commune life in the early 1980s and so the book is full of such things as a series of letters to the makers of "Blubber Crunch" breakfast cereal on their environmentally un-friendly use of whale parts in the cereal, and instructions on how to build a squat in your parents' house.

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