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The Outhouse Reader

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"Humor abounds" in this collection of western-style wit and wisdom by the author of the classicDon't Squat with Your Spurs On (Midwest Book Review).

It's easy to win at solitaire, just shoot all the witnesses.

The shallower the stream, the louder the babble.

Don't worry too much about what other people think about you. If they're giving you any thought at all, they're probably wondering what you think about them.

The perfect companion for a pit stop at the little wood shack out back (or anywhere else), The Outhouse Reader is filled with quick quips and wise advice, from "Most things get better. In fact, most things get better by the next morning" to "A true friend, if he can't get you out of jail, will get in there with you." It's a treasury of funny, thought-provoking tidbits to keep you laughing till the cows come home!

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Publisher: Gibbs Smith

Kindle Book

  • Release date: May 29, 2020

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781423607823
  • Release date: May 29, 2020

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781423607823
  • File size: 9675 KB
  • Release date: May 29, 2020

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

"Humor abounds" in this collection of western-style wit and wisdom by the author of the classicDon't Squat with Your Spurs On (Midwest Book Review).

It's easy to win at solitaire, just shoot all the witnesses.

The shallower the stream, the louder the babble.

Don't worry too much about what other people think about you. If they're giving you any thought at all, they're probably wondering what you think about them.

The perfect companion for a pit stop at the little wood shack out back (or anywhere else), The Outhouse Reader is filled with quick quips and wise advice, from "Most things get better. In fact, most things get better by the next morning" to "A true friend, if he can't get you out of jail, will get in there with you." It's a treasury of funny, thought-provoking tidbits to keep you laughing till the cows come home!

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