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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Topic / Relationships
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781098372699

Let's Just Pretend We Didn't Say That

by R.K. Lashier View author's profile page

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Overview
Sometimes, our lives feel embarrassingly awkward in spite of using that one attribute that defines and separates us from all other species. We are granted higher-order reasoning yet words are often the first reason we speak. Opportunities to stack misunderstandings and make social gaffes happen almost every time we open our mouths. This surprising misadventure is chronicled throughout this book and reveals that we are all terrible human beings, and we will do most anything to look the other way. Missteps are innate and will be as long as we use our words.
Description
This book is a hilarious journey that also climbs into some difficult circumstances probably no one, starting with R.K. Lashier, could just pretend they never said anything. He speaks from the lens of his own experiences as a husband, father, and professor. Lashier takes his readers through his own missteps and experiences of being a husband to a beautiful, loving, yet confident at swiping tiger wife, raising multiples as a stay-at-home dad, to embracing new challenges that will forever change the family photo. Lashier conducted a straw poll of his close friends and colleagues revealing they are not always intellectually sound in their choice of words, either. Knowing this opened up the idea that humans' greatest accomplishment is also the reason for our most complicated, but defining moments.
About the author
R.K. Lashier is a very interesting character who manages to maintain positive relationships in spite of his mouth. He is also always one cold brew coffee away from stimulating the next unorthodox idea.
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