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|Genre/Form:||American wit and humor
|Named Person:||Nick Offerman; Nick Offerman|
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|Description:||xii, 340 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Not-so-little house on the prairie: eat red meat --
Hail Mary, full of beans: horse sense > the Bible --
Der Ubermann/Offermensch: how to be a man --
Football troubador: don't be an asshole --
Walking beans: work hard, work dirty --
Carnalisthenics: Leviticus can blow me --
Enter Dionysus: don't walk alone --
Doing time: be smart while getting stupid --
Born again again: the moustache makes the magick --
Wax on, wax off: make a goddamn gift --
Kabuki farmboy takes Chicago: carry a handkerchief --
Subaru leavings: discern your ass from a hole in the ground --
Resurrection: measure twice, cut once --
Romantic love: love your woman (a paean to Megan) --
Finding Swanson: let your freak flag fly --
Nowadays: go outside.
The actor known for roles in such productions as Parks and Recreation shares whimsical musings on a range of topics from love and manliness to grooming and eating meat, offering additional discussions of his life before fame and his courtship of his wife, Megan Mullally.
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