How to Drive a Car
Stand Up While Sitting Down
About the Book
Hey, guys. I’m not really sure how to describe this book, but I will tell ya this. It’s a lot of fun. When I spoke with the publishing consultant—who was very friendly, by the way—she said, “Just put one of your jokes from the book in the summary so people can kinda get a sense for your style of humor.” So I got to thinkin’. Well I could do that, but why not just come up with somethin’ new? So here it is. It’s early April as I type this and just a few days ago I saw a story on the news about some forty-one-pound domestic cat. The guy doin’ the story said, “That cat is not on the Atkins diet!” So I said to myself, Wow, put that cat on the Catkins diet. My own cat, Marty, was gettin’ a little fat, so not too long ago I did just that. Put her on the Catkins diet! She was, like, I hate this! I hate bein’ on the Catkins diet! Hey, man, I really need carbs for fuel! So I was like, Now, Marty, you don’t really need carbs for fuel. You’re not an old Cougar so you’ll just have to get used to it. You’ll just have to be a fuel-injected cat for a while. But that’ll make you a new Jaguar, pretty cool, huh! She was, like, Well, if I have to be a British cat just call me Mick Jagguar. Hope you enjoy this thing, people.
About the Author
Robert Couchman is originally from Schenectady New York. Attended high school and college in upstate New York, spent time in the U.S. military in the northwest and currently works in upstate New York. But as God as his witness will one day retire south of the Mason-Dixon.