|By (author):||Harry, Lou|
|Subject:||HUMOR / Form / Parodies|
|HUMOR / Topic / Adult|
|HUMOR / Topic / Relationships|
|Publisher:||Cider Mill Press|
|Size:||6.50in x 4.50in|
|From The Publisher*||Shirk your responsibilities like a pro with these spur-of-the-moment alibis that will help get you out of any uncomfortable situation.|
From bed head to bad dates and everything in between, this handbook has the perfect excuse to get you off the hook. Updated to include excuses for men, women, kids, and robots (okay may not robots), this handbook has everything you need to dodge responsibility time and time again. Shirk your responsibilities like a pro with these spur-of-the-moment alibis that will help get you out of any uncomfortable situation. With time honored excuses like "the traffic was terrible" and more unique options like "Jesus drank wine," you're sure to have a definitive way to say: "It wasn't MY fault."
|Biographical Note||Julia Spalding is an editor at Indianapolis Monthly. She co-authored The Encyclopedia of Guilty Pleasures and plays on a roller derby team under the alias Valerie Hurtinelli.|
Lou Harry is also the author or co-author of the Underground Manual of Office Dares, The High-Impact Infidelity Diet: A Novel, Creative Block, Kid Culture, and a stack of other books. By day (and sometimes by night), he's the arts and entertainment editor of the Indianapolis Business Journal.