London - Phillip Ne'erdowell, eighteen, of of Sussex Road, has surprised everyone, including his parents and himself by writing the number-one, best-selling novel on newsstands, aptly named "Sweet Buggerall."
More recently known for imprinting his form on the family couch while watching football, Phil says he wasn't really motivated to write a novel but the family did have lot of old magazines, video game manuals and musty newspapers in the garage that were piling up.
Finally giving in to his parents constant needling to get off his fanny Phillip says he took the lot of them, cut and pasted them together in an unused stamp book and submitted the manuscript to a publisher as an original novel.
Alec Spenser of publisher Banburry Books says "It is an exciting new look at contemporary culture taken though the looking glass of today's youth."
"More than any other writer out there, Phillip has managed to capture the notion of entitlement without accomplishment."
Phil's parents Lance and Iris are not impressed with their son's newfound success.
"We told Phil to toss that rubbish, not make copies of it."