This hilarious spoof of the former bestseller Harvey Penickas Little Red Book not only satirizes his book but also hysterically lampoons a variety of contemporary topics, such as the legal system, the battles between the sexes, violence, the obsession with winning, and other human foibles. In OaPankyas own words: qMaybe a few short years ago...[Penickas] laid-back, namby-pamby, Liberace-like methods may have worked to some extent, but to succeed in a sport today, you need to be aggressive and physical, obnoxious and noisy, pesty and loutish.q This timely book covers all the basic elements of golf, such as the mechanics of an effective swing, the mental aspects of the game, and qthe importance of gastrointestinal noises during close matches.q It will appeal to a wide range of readers: men, women, teens, and even aliens, such as Canadians and Martians. SURGEON GENERALaS WARNING: Unlike those mildly and so-called humorous golf books you generally find on the bookshelf, this one may result in laugh-specific injuries.I used to tell my students to create a relief map of their competitorsa#39; bodies before a match or simply borrow your childa#39;s Pokemon. Then, mark the known weak spots with Xa#39;s. This map is your guide to the soft spot on the babya#39;s head, so toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hank E. O'Panky's Little Black and Blue Book|
|Author||:||Hank E. O'Panky, Ormeaux Paul Des|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-08-01|