With a fondness for spoonerisms and double entendres, the author is one of the nation's greatest comics. This title gathers together a cocktail of his sketches and monologues from every...
Robert S. Hutton
You can steer a truck through the gap between a lie and the simple truth. This book tells you how to load the truck.
Features a compilation of the worst job applications imaginable, including overly-honest cover letters, embarrassing typos, mortifying personal revelations, awkward interview questions, misplaced self-confidence, self-aggrandizing gibberish, blatant truth-twisting and, of course...
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