Bears, Recycling And Confusing Time Paradoxes by Greg X Graves
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Do you want to recycle but aren't sure how?
Are you concerned that a potential suitor may be a vampire?
Have you attended a job interview only to be greeted by Hideous Telepathic Space-faring Lizardmen in Mansuits?
The Guide to Moral Living in Examples educates on these and many more common moral conundrums, offering bite-sized advice for nearly every improbable situation. Fueled by years of unintentional research on the connections between robotic bears, talking tattoos, and the best type of soap to remove irremovable rings, Greg X. Graves gives simple, friendly yet essential guidance on the twisted path to moral life.
What they're saying about it:
"I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this, and it definitely wasn't what I thought. I was pleasantly surprised. It was laugh-out-loud funny.
When your family comes to investigate the source of your raucous laughter, you know it's good stuff.
Here's the thing: the stories are COMPLETELY ridiculous. There's not a shred of logic in this book. That's definitely a part of its appeal. Seriously hilarious.
I mean really, who HASN'T worried about Lizardmen wearing Mansuits?! Who HASN'T wondered what they do when they sleepwalk?!
This book answers those questions and more...all with a moral.
Seriously, this is hilarious. Pick it up for a great, quick laugh."--Amazon Reviewer