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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781623091859

Not A Flotation Device

by Hunter Dyar

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Overview
Not A Flotation Device can be thought of as sketch comedy with words. A collection of humorous pieces, lists, bits, essay's and more. You can think of this book as something that you read in order to make you laugh. One can read it instead of watching silly videos of people hurting themselves on the Internet, for example. This book will also be of no assistance if one is drowning or abandoned in a large body of water, except for perhaps as some sort of paddling device.
Description
Not A Flotation Device can be thought of as sketch comedy with words. A collection of humorous pieces, lists, bits, essay's and more. You can think of this book as something that you read in order to make you laugh. One can read it instead of watching silly videos of people hurting themselves on the Internet, for example. Contained within is advice "Sad Sams Guide to Relationships", educational lists "Things to do while falling" , "A Brief Explanation of the Studies" and even a vacation guide "Travel to Beme!". Hunter Dyar provides comedic relief of monumental proportions to all those in dire and desperate need. This book will save you from a dull lack of enjoyment during your day, but sadly will also be of no assistance if one is drowning or abandoned in a large body of water, except for perhaps as some sort of paddling device.
About the author
Hunter Dyar is a student who writes humor in his free time. When he isn't creating things with his unusually large computer workstation, Hunter can be found performing for anyone watching by Juggling, Unicycling, Stand-up, or just telling stories. As of this date Hunter has been to 5 continents, lived in 4 states and only ever written one author bio. Hunter has also never eaten a kiwi.
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