Best of Stuntology, the by Sam Bartlett
Created by a professional musician who figured out a unique way to stay amused on the road, "Stuntology" is a collection of more than 300 off-the-wall ideas for activities that the author affectionately calls stunts. Each is illustrated step-by-step in a charmingly folk-art comic-strip style, and every one works. Here's the Open a Beer with Your Eye Socket Stunt; The Balance a Teacup on the Point of a Knife Stunt; and, The Eat Like a Lizard Stunt (best performed at an important lunch meeting). Here's the best way to talk to a telemarketer - in pure gibberish. The Medicine Cabinet Stunt, to capture nosy guests. And a Salami Stunt, not to be tried unless you are profoundly bored. The best part is, this is a funny, funny book - goofy, inspired, and filled with an irresistible irreverence, a pure and rare delight even if you don't perform a single stunt.Jerk or Genius - you decide!