This is a collection of non-heterosexually orientated oddments and giggly vignettes. It will appeal to those who have occasionally sat on the moon and poked fun at the human race, to those who love and respect our politicians (the best that money can buy, all of whom have passed rigorous self-selection processes), and to those who notice the daily abrasions of established assumptions (just for a change, could all those who do fit the established paradigm please do all they can to make themselves known...). The collection opens with the evolution of mankind ('Trevor the Axe Grinder') and closes with the true cause of this paradoxical anomaly ('Ooh, Bless Me!'): a couple of cavemen go out of their way to incite hostility by inventing caves, the wheel and the Labrador dog, while Adam and Eva join the 'more divorces than marriages' set after carelessly propagating an entire species for which they have made no domestic provision (incidental children). Cucumber-sandwiched between these covers is a representative confection of stock-broking cows, mooning Martians, huntin'-shootin'-fishin' New Labour MPs, bread-baking Orang-utans, frock-enabled space-captains and humanist Beelzebubs. n'Just the thing for everyone's off-white ruminant woolly-animal to identify with.'
Butterscotch Mammoth, Millpond Concepts Ltd
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