The laughs are non-stop in this satirical memoir. This book takes a jab at anyone who takes themselves too serious. The humor is ribald, irreverent, self-depreciating, often-adolescent, and sometimes vulgar. Each chapter of this book is a short, zany vignette about how the author learned to overcome being born as an incurably lazy and irresponsible asshole.
A.J. Aberfeldy is a natural storyteller with a bottomless pit of material. He a 2nd cousin, 3rd best friend, drinking buddy, coworker, Secret Santa, neighbor, and ex-husband. He has two great kids named Tucker and Macy who he thinks are probably his. He also has a dog named Penny that he rescued from the SPCA for his daughter, Macy, who refuses to walk it because it wasn’t the pug she wanted. In his free time enjoys giving Dutch Ovens and being a know-it-all. He also likes to work on himself spiritually, physically, and emotionally so when he is not busy exercising or doing yoga you will find A.J. either getting drunk or eating at a Chinese buffet.
A.J. has earned numerous awards in his illustrious career. He made 2nd honors, earned countless participation trophies and was the winner of numerous drinking games in college.