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Synopsis: Join Eric as he walks you through some of the most important and useful information you have ever had the opportunity to rest your squishy little ocular orrifices upon. A book that is so easy to read it consist completely of words and pictures, numbers as well (page numbers)....and no shortage of ellipses. Eric's advice accompanied by Bryan's incredibly artisticly amazing drawings will leave you feeling like you just flipped your pillow and it's raining outside and the cat is purring, it's peaceful, you are happy....rose petals? and life is beautiful it's a sunny happy day, or possibly cooler laid back evening, whichever you find to be more comforting, either way it's totally still raining. Fun and easy to read for the whole family, except for your uncle......he knows what he did. I have 2872 characters remaining to describe this book, but I feel it has been appropriately described by this point. You should buy this book because we care about you. We love you. What's for dinner? Why haven't you called me lately? Have you read the book yet? O.K. It's fine, take your time, we'll be here and it's still raining.
About the Author: (2025- 1943) Eric Kinsey was born in a wooden barn that his younger brother built. His parents loved him very much, so much in fact that it was deemed unconstitutional and he was taken from his parents and put up for adoption. He was eventually adopted by a group of monks at the age of twenty. He was then forced to take a five year vow of silence. However, Eric accidentally broke his vow of silence when his fellow monks found a picture that Eric had drawn; sadly a picture says one thousand words. The monks had no choice but to kick Eric out. Eric, now nineteen, decided he had no other choice but to go to college. Eric attended an all-girl college for three years until they discovered that he was fat, and kicked him out. Eric, now twenty, was confused about what do to with his life. Eric realized that life was not a walk in the park, when he was arrested for park walking. Eric spent three years in the slammer. When he was released Eric got a brilliant idea. Why not write a book? Books cost money though, and Eric would need some help. Luckily for Eric, his brother Bryan had the time and money to help him. So Eric violently assaulted Bryan and took his money and watch. After spending thirty years in prison for assaulting his brother and shooting a mime with a silencer because he thought it would be ironic, he decided to live the rest of his life as the only thing he was good at, a door stop. He was then hired by a poor farmer who owned a jewelry store. After five years of service as a door stop he was promoted to being an actual door. Things were looking up for him, and life was good. Sadly though, the farmer eventually got tired of Eric constantly squeaking when someone walked through the door he was pretending to be, to which Eric would complain about needing oil for his hinges. Eric was eventually fired and replaced by a younger model. Yet again, not having a purpose in life Eric did the only thing he could think of, climb Mt. Everest. He had always dreamed of climbing to the top of a mountain and sitting on the top so people could come to him and ask for advice. Yes, Eric was determined to be a wise man of the mountain. Eric, now sixty, set out to climb Mt. Everest. After climbing for three minutes he decided it was too much work and settled for being a wise man of the slightly steep hill. There he stayed until the day he died at the ripe age of fifty-eight. Eric lived a full and fulfilling life. He also at some point wrote a book.
Title: Brilliantly Smart Tips: 50 Tips for everyday...
Publisher: Bryan Saxon
Publication Date: 2015
Book Condition: Used: Good
Book Description Bryan Saxon, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bryan C Saxon (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0692285318