Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants is an irreverent look at aging. Fashion, self -improvement and social etiquette are thrown out the window in this hilarious book that disregards good taste and dignity. The author disproves the theory that fifty is the new thirty with anecdotes, some of them actually true. Existence after fifty, according to Jeanne Kraus, is fraught with peril from lifethreatening underwear to homeowners' associations. Lifestyle activities are recommended, along with full schedules of doctor visits. Humiliation lurks at every corner with shotgun makeup interventions, bodily function failures, and swiss cheese memory. Condom trees, risquAc photos found in a laundry mound, and DNA-tainted ornaments all have their part in this series of incidents. Jeanne includes advice for those aging ne'er do-wells who hope to make it to the pearly gates eventually. And even though this book will not change you in any way, there is something for everyone in Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants. Even self-help junkies will be delighted with the three insightful but useless surveys. Wrinkles, Waistbands, and Wet Pants was wittily written by Jeanne Kraus, and illustrated by her sister, Diana Arneson, both having experienced wrinkles, expanding waistlines, and wet pants.My mother was home to make us a hot lunch in the middle of the day. We had one dial ... Wea#39;d follow the bouncing ball on the screen and sing along. There was no reason ... Our bedrooms had no TVs, phones, or video games. The action wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants|
|Author||:||Jeanne R Kraus|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-01|