Remember that Nice Lady who Used to Make Homemade Peanut Brittle? She's Dead.

Kobo ebook | October 8, 2013

byTom Oatmeal, Brad Lamers (Illustrator)

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Tom Oatmeal is just a regular guy thinking about things like hair transplants for dogs and hand-to-hand combat with bus drivers. Truly the most average man in the world, his collection of essays reads like the fever dreams of a man both painfully clueless and totally lacking in impulse control. They’re delightfully paranoid, addictively hilarious and charmingly illustrated.

The author's website, TomOatmeal.com, was one of Gawker’s “Best Things We Read All Year”, and The New York Observer chose it as one of the "100 Funniest Tumblers…Ever.”

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Tom Oatmeal is just a regular guy thinking about things like hair transplants for dogs and hand-to-hand combat with bus drivers. Truly the most average man in the world, his collection of essays reads like the fever dreams of a man both painfully clueless and totally lacking in impulse control. They’re delightfully paranoid, addictivel...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 8, 2013Publisher:Wolf Literary ServicesLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990044816297

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