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by Steve H. Graham,Chris Muir

Download Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking: Finding Your Inner Caveman eBook
ISBN:
0806529385
Author:
Steve H. Graham,Chris Muir
Category:
Humor
Language:
English
Publisher:
Citadel (October 1, 2007)
Pages:
176 pages
EPUB book:
1574 kb
FB2 book:
1151 kb
DJVU:
1376 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
658


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Yo, this is Hal the Caveman coming at you. I lived 5 million years ago in what's now known as Chicken Bend, Arkansas. As a hobby, I drew pictures on the walls of my cave, showing what life was like back in the day. Then some egghead spotted my artwork and found a way to translate it into modern English

Steve H. Graham's latest effort, "Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking" is another truly funny book

Steve H. Graham's latest effort, "Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking" is another truly funny book. The premise of the book is that it's a translation of newly-discovered pictograms left by Caveman Hal in his cave home in Chicken Bend, Arkansas. He offers insights into the caveman way of life: "I can't say enough about dung.

Steve H. Graham is author of The Good, the Spam, and the Ugly and Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking: Finding Your Inner . Steve Graham explains cooking techniques and concepts in a way that you can understand

Steve H. Graham is author of The Good, the Spam, and the Ugly and Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking: Finding Your Inner Caveman. In 1983, he was indicted for eating a live midget. Steve lives in Miami, where he enjoys fishing, piano, home-brewing, and cooking enormous portions of unhealthy food. Steve Graham explains cooking techniques and concepts in a way that you can understand. Since he's being funny at the same time, you'll actually pay attention. I lived 5 million years ago in. . Then some egghead spotted my artwork and found a way to translate it into modern English. Praise For Steve Graham's The Good, The Spam, And The Ugly Gleefully offensive. Publishers Weekly Thanks for using a pseudonym.

Finding Your Inner Caveman. Finding Your Inner Caveman.

Are you sure you want to remove Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking from your list? . Published October 1, 2007 by Citadel.

Are you sure you want to remove Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking from your list? Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking. Chapters on new literacies, out-of-school writing, translation, and self-regulation. Many new topics and authors, including more international perspectives.

Yo, this is Hal the Caveman coming at you. I lived 5 million years ago in what's now known as Chicken Bend, Arkansas. As a hobby, I drew pictures on the walls of my cave, showing what life was like back in the day. Then some egghead spotted my artwork and found a way to translate it into modern English. Thrill as I describe how dinosaurs used my relatives as throw pillows! Read with awe as I reveal the importance of not ending up as part of a velociraptor turd! Share the joy as I relate how we accidentally invented the missionary position when Tamuk tripped over a tree root and fell on top of his cousin, Twin Moons. See how caveman really felt аbout: Family Life: "Kids and food . . . it's important to know the difference" Clothing: "Sometimes back hair just isn't enough" Fighting: "Like rugby with spears" And for all you aspiring Fred Flinstones, I'll be offering up some modern-day wisdom, like redoing your apartment, Miocene-era style, and hosting your own caveman-themed barbeques and weekend retreats. Praise For Steve Graham's The Good, The Spam, And The Ugly "Gleefully offensive" -Publishers Weekly"Thanks for using a pseudonym" -Steve's father Steve Graham, a former attorney, is the author of The Good, the Spam, and the Ugly, as well as the upcoming Eat What You Want and Die Like a Man: The World's Unhealthiest Cookbook. He lives in Miami.
  • Iell
This is a terrific book. A translation of the cave-wall diary of caveman "Hal," it details many aspects of his daily life and the society of five million years ago, give or take a week.

With chapters such as "Clothing: Sometimes Back Hair Just Isn't Enough" or "Medicine: Trepanning And Ritual Mutilation For Dummies" there is going to be something everyone can relate to.

No, I have no personal reason for references to back hair and medical care. No reason at all.

For the author's sake, I hope the book does very well. I also hope the car insurance advertising people have either a sense of humor or a completely gecko-centric view of copyright infringement.

My only criticism would be that the book seems a bit short -- but that's not unusual for humor. This is the sort of book that you want to make last... but at the same time, you don't want to put it down. Maybe I just read too quickly.
  • Ttyr
the more things haven't changed much in the last 5 million years - though, maybe, there's less dung in the furniture.

Funny all the way through, Mr. Graham's latest is a quick romp through the lives of our distant ancestors which, strangely, seem to mirror many of the concerns of modern-day life. From political disputes, environmental concerns, and religiosity to interior decoration, fashion, and family life, every aspect of Paleolithic life is touched on (who knew "[b]lue makes tyrannosauruses really, really angry.").

If nothing else, the resulting mental picture of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad being used as a mastodon's Q-Tip is well worth the price.
  • Honeirsil
Steve H. Graham's latest effort, "Keep Chewing Till It Stops Kicking" is another truly funny book. The premise of the book is that it's a translation of newly-discovered pictograms left by Caveman Hal in his cave home in Chicken Bend, Arkansas. He offers insights into the caveman way of life: "I can't say enough about dung. Building material, artistic medium, hair dressing, condiment...dung does it all." He also shows us the spiritual side of caveman life: "Dirt worshipers -- or 'Dirtarians' -- think the earh is our mother, and for a time, they even called it by a woman's name: Louise. I think I would have gone with something more clever. Like 'Dirtrude'. But nobody asked my opinion."

Buy this book. Read this book. But don't drink fizzy liquids while reading this book. Those bubbles really hurt coming out of your nose.
  • Tebei
Steve Graham is funny. Just stone funny. I've got this one, and EWYWADLAM. Just outstanding! I have his website bookmarked, and go there regularly when I'm feeling the least bit down. His recipes are excellent, and his humor is priceless.
  • BORZOTA
Fun book