Idiots and Children: Slightly Off-Kilter Tales of Family, Food, and Firearms Diana Estill

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Published: November 20th 2014

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137 pages


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Idiots and Children: Slightly Off-Kilter Tales of Family, Food, and Firearms  by  Diana Estill

Idiots and Children: Slightly Off-Kilter Tales of Family, Food, and Firearms by Diana Estill
November 20th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 137 pages | ISBN: | 10.22 Mb

Idiots and children are said to be divinely protected, and to tell the unvarnished truth. To prove that theory, in her latest collection of humor essays, award-winning humorist Diana Estill delivers twisted tales of past and present. Having grown upMoreIdiots and children are said to be divinely protected, and to tell the unvarnished truth. To prove that theory, in her latest collection of humor essays, award-winning humorist Diana Estill delivers twisted tales of past and present. Having grown up with an absent-minded father and a mother who refused to wear—but nevertheless tried to sell—beauty products, Estill drolly recalls her childhood angst and confusion.

The author’s keen observations about life and family straddle the line between satire and memoir, consistently hitting the comedic bull’s eye.Besides poking fun at herself and her kin, Estill unleashes tongue-in-cheek commentary on subjects such as populating Mars, finding the “fun” in funerals, cloning Neanderthals, and store gun policies. (“If you’re feeling unsafe enough to pack a shotgun for your trip to purchase pork rinds, then maybe you ought to stay home and shoot your own snacks.”) Travelogues about crossing the pond (“Looking for the Loo in London”) and commissioning a hot air balloon to fly across a desert (“Fatal Attractions”) offer witty vacation advice.

If you enjoy a good laugh, this book is one to add to your collection.Included in these 24 essays:An Apple a Day Teaches NothingCosmetically ConfusedDo These Jeans Make My Butt Look Perky?Fifty Nightshades of GreyFinding the “Fun” in FuneralsLegally StupidLife in Dad’s LaboratoryPsycho HotlineSeparation of Church and Fateand more…



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