A literary group has drawn up a list of book titles with pun-filled titles and chosen "The End of the world is Nigel" by Steven Fry as the worst.
The book is another unfunny novel by Fry in which he attempts once again to show the World how much of a pompous British know-it-all knob he really is.
He receives a golden knob in recognition of his contribution to knob-dom. The award will be presented by fellow knob-winner Prince Charles.
This is Fry's second win after his 2003 effort "To Wit, to Woo". That book was also crap and wasted 280 pages on describing how Fry solves crossword puzzles while taking a dump and talking to friend Hugh Laurie on the phone.
Other titles short-listed for this years prize included "In the Nick of Tyne" which was about life in a Newcastle prison in the 1940's, and fat fuck Venessa Feltz's memoir of her continuing struggles to loose her fat arse, "Ass me later".