A spoof self-help book aimed at the socially inept older male. American comedian Friedman takes the pulse of the aging older man and gives his hilarious diagnosis, offering advice on such key topics as ex-wives, grandchildren, exercise, dress sense, sex, insomnia and - oh yes - memory.
Just who is the Slightly Older Guy? Ever had a young woman catch your eye on the bus and you think you're on to something only to have her offer you her seat? Do you find you talk more about prostate disease than sport? Do you worry at night about being outlived by your cheap Japanese car? Then you're probably a Slightly Older Guy. If you do wake up one morning with the sinking feeling that you're a Slightly Older Guy, don't panic. The book you hold in your hands is an essential self-help guide for Slightly Older Guys everywhere. Bruce Jay Friedman takes the pulse of the aging modern male and gives his hilarious diagnosis, offering candid advice on such key topics as ex-wives, grandchildren, exercise, dress sense, sex, insomnia and, oh yes, memory.
'His writing is so funny - and deceptively effortless - critics often liken it to a stand-up comedy routine' New York Times; 'Funny stuff not just for Slightly Older Guys' Booklist
About Bruce Jay Friedman
Bruce Jay Friedman is the author of seven novels, including Stern, Mother's Kisses, About Harry Towns, several collections of short stories and essays, and a number of plays and screenplays including Splash and Stir Crazy. He lives in New York.
The Slightly Older Guy by Bruce Jay Friedman
Bruce Jay Friedman
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