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Jeremy Taylor

Smart Casual

THIS IS NOT A COLORING BOOK. BUT IT CAN BE IF YOU WANT.

In the vein of Chelsea Handler, Joan Rivers, and Amy Schumer, Smart Casual is a short collection of hilarious personal insights regarding English idioms and expressions. You'll read about “lose one's marbles,” “drop-dead gorgeous,” “keep the ball rolling,” and many more. It is a hilarious, irreverent look at English expressions (with pictures) written in the style of a lexicon of profane words and expressions.


KEEP THE BALL ROLLING:
Have you ever seen a football? You can't roll it because it's not round. It's shaped like Stewie Griffin's head on The Family Guy-a prolate spheroid-which is shaped after an inflated pig's bladder. Do you know why? That's what people used when football originated … Listen, if you need animal organs to play a game, don't call yourself a ballplayer. Call yourself a butcher.




124 printed pages
Original publication
2020

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