By Ozzy Osbourne
Vertrauen Sie diesem Mann!
»Wenn mir jemand vor ein paar Jahren gesagt hätte, dass ich einmal einen medizinischen Ratgeber schreiben würde, hätte ich ihm eins auf die Nase gegeben. So viele qualifizierte Ratschläge kann ich ehrlich gesagt nicht geben, außer, es geht darum, wie guy im Gefängnis oder gleich im seize landet. Ich bin schließlich Ozzy Osbourne, nicht die gottverdammte Oprah Winfrey. Aber schaut her, jetzt nennen mich die Leute Dr. Ozzy. Und um ehrlich zu sein – ich liebe es!«
Inklusive Trivia-Quiz, skurrilen Anekdoten und Ozzys persönlichen Erfahrungsberichten.
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