Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living
Publish date: September 2nd 2014
Publisher: NAL Trade
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Biography Memoir
Offerman is a lucky guy would had a good childhood, a good and meaningful college time, followed by the rest of his life, working hard at work and crafts he appreciates (which is mostly being silly, but also involves building canoes). He has a good work ethic and a seemingly kind heart, as well as a...
The first thing to remember is that Nick Offerman is not Ron Swanson. There are some great similarities, and certainly he projects a similar earthy / by your bootstraps vibe... it's written in a like style to Swanson's speech patterns. It's a challenge to not hear his voice when reading the text. I ...
tl;dr - |✭✭✭✭✩ | I quite enjoyed this audiobook. There were some funny moments, but as it was listed in the humor section at my work, I did expect a bit more humor than was present in the book. Otherwise a fun story, and interesting to learn hear about his life. Description Nick Offerman's book is f...
Funny stories interspersed with life lessons. I think that if I were a man, I would have enjoyed it more.
Read with hope for: a) good time and laughs b) useful wisdom It was funny. But I had this feeling of ukk (like a morbidness),.. it wasn't enjoyable enough to surpass that ukk feeling, so I eventually after a few chapters, skimmed through the rest. Also...it reinforces such values as patriarch...
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