If you walk into the sales floor of your local Barnes and Noble store and look at the table labeled HUMOR, chances are you will see a stack of How to Be Inappropriates.
Go ahead. Pick it up. Rub your body on it. Then buy it. The photo to your right is from a B&N in Boston, taken by poet January Gill O’Neil.
Guess what? I have “a self-deprecating charm that makes his writing seem like he’s just hanging out with you, telling you a good story.” Scott Malchus at Popdose tells us so.
Over at Bookgasm: “This guy is intelligent and funny, and so is his book.”
The book cover is mentioned on a website called The Book Design Review.
And finally, Flavorwire excerpts from “Mooning: A Short Cultural History” the list of all 90 varieties of mooning and mooning experience, complete with a Periodical Table of Mooning and the mooning Olympic sticker from Inappropriate Headquarters.