Paddle Your Own Canoe Pdf

Paddle Your Own Canoe

Number of page: 352
Author: Nick Offerman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780698138322
Category: Humor

When it comes to growing a robust mustache, masticating red meat, building a chair, or wooing a woman, who better to educate you than the always charming, always manly Nick Offerman, best known as Parks and Recreation’s Ron Swanson
Combining his trademark comic voice and very real expertise in carpentry, Paddle Your Own Canoe features tales from Offerman’s childhood (born, literally, in the middle of an Illinois cornfield) to his theater days in Chicago to the, frankly, magnificent seduction of his wife, Megan Mullally. Offerman also shares his hard-bitten battle strategies in the arenas of manliness, love, styles, and religion, and invaluable advice on getting the utmost pleasure out of woodworking, assorted meats, outdoor recreations, and other palatable entrees.

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  • A Google UserA Google User
    PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE: One Man’s Fundamentals for Delicious Living An actor’s comedic memoir and how-to guide for enjoyable living in the modern era.In his debut book, actor Offerman—best known for his role as the carnivorous, hypermasculine Ron Swanson on NBC’s Parks and Recreation—summons his inner Swanson when writing of his principles for “Delicious Living.” For the author, living deliciously means dedicating more than a few pages to the wonder of meat (“If
  • Mark RichardsonMark Richardson
    So refreshing and honest What a great and fun read. Highly recommend for anyone of adult age to read. There’s so much more to Mr. Offerman than you’d see by only examining Ron Swanson.
  • Tyler ChristiansenTyler Christiansen
    Truly Words of Wisdom Everybody should enjoy this book and Support Nick’s book so he can build his own workshop one day!
  • Mary Faith LoweMary Faith Lowe
    Nothing short of delicious . Nick Offerman is awesome and hilarious and a total hunk- and reading this book has been nothing short of Sunday breakfast for dinner. I adore the use of cussing and big words, also, the illustrations made me laugh aloud. I suggest you all read this. A hundred times.
  • Nichole VasquezNichole Vasquez
    Wonderful A great read!
  • Jordan LaytheJordan Laythe
    Funny Wanted more Parks and Rec stories
  • Tony RadTony Rad
  • Angus LoveAngus Love
    I also think it’s pointless for a human to paint scenes of nature when they can just go outside and stand in.
  • Steve HallSteve Hall
    Hilarious and incredibly insightful
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