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Obviously the incest taboo leaps to all of our dirty minds but Frazier makes it sound all but romantic: "Or perhaps she comes into your room to bring you some clean socks.
Man, I sat there till eight o’clock in the morning, listening to her.
Now, Ginny and John, they were pretty tight, and they had this other friend they used to run with.
This was a dude named Lytton Strachey, that later became their lead singer.
From the opening essay, "The Bloomsbury Group Live at the Apollo (Liner Notes from the New Best-Selling Album)" to the title piece that discusses ways in which you might begin a romance with your mother ("In today's fast-moving, transient, rootless society, where people meet and make love and part without ever really touching, the relationship every guy already has with his own mother is too valuable to ignore...") to a parody that features Samuel Beckett as a pilot giving an existential in-flight speech to the passengers, the twenty-five comic essays in this delightful collection are nothing short of brilliant.
Ian Frazier, long considered one of our most treasured humorists, proves that comedy can be just as smart as it is a shouting, foot-stomping, rafter-shaking exception to this rule.