Sorry Bro! by Ben PhillipsSo recently my bro Elliots been learning to read, and it gave me the idea that I should write up our story... also, that way, he can relive everything Ive put him through.
This is my book!
Its a journey filled with laughter (mine), tears (Elliots) and even romance (hello, Georgina!), and goes from a childhood in sunny Bridgend to ten million followers across the world.
Theres also exclusive pranks, spitball targets (of Elliots face, obviously), comic strips, guides to creating your own videos and much more.
Now, if youre sitting comfortably, follow me into my wonderful world and Elliots journey... Sorry Bro!
(To make the most of the interactive pages in this eBook, take screen grabs from your device, print them out, and enjoy!)
I put 1,000,000 nuggets in my bro's car! **PRANK!**
The live show will see the famous prankster go head to head with his equally famous brother Elliot in the ultimate prank war - live in front of audiences to see — but who will win?! Ben, a 26 year old from Bridgend in South Wales, has racked up an astonishing 5 billion views on Facebook, 1 billion views on YouTube and more than 22 million followers across social media - making Ben one of the biggest influencers on the planet. Not content with taking over the online world, Ben has also had huge success away from it.
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