The star of TruTV's hit show, Lizard Lick Towing, shares stories of life as a small-town repo man, as well as the qRon-ismsq and qRon-osophyq he is known for. Crazier than a sack of rabid weasels? Country as cornflakes? Gooder than grits? You bet he is! Week after week, millions of viewers tune in to Lizard Lick Towing to watch Ron Shirley outsmart the fist-swinging, gun-toting folks whose vehicles heas been hired to repossess. Staring danger in the face, Ron disarms them not with his size or his strength but with his witaand especially with his trademark funny sayings that have come to be known as aRonisms.a In Lizard Tales, Ron takes readers on a side-splitting trip through his wacky, colorful life. Growing up and raising heck in the Carolina countrysideawhere sushi is still called abaitaayoung Ronnie was known to gig frogs, mooch moonshine from his pops, hunt, and cruise the strip in Myrtle Beach. He continues to get himself into hilarious scrapes and jams as an adult by tarring a roof during a lightning storm, inviting an angry deer onto his cousinas brand-new boat, drinking (and fist-fighting) with a priest, matching wits with his wife, Amy, and running repo with his sidekicks at the towing company. So kick back, help yourself to some ashine (if you got it), let Ron tell you some stories, and prepare yourself to get licked! From the Trade Paperback edition.the fake dog and the wheels, thinking this would calm her down a little. But I could see the fire light ... running across that field. And when we got to the tree line we stopped, looked back, and saw that lady standing in that curve waving her arms ... Instead, I heard that truck motor rev up and This Is a Dog-Eat-Dog World . . . 17.
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