Dan Collins isn't a bad person; he's kind to animals, loves children and helps old ladies across the street but when he gets a pencil in his hands, he becomes a menace. No subject is too taboo, from dead kittens, to Helen Keller, to organized religion, there's no subject he won't twist. Politically correct? Dan Collins doesn't know the meaning.
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This sample is a must have. Really gives you some insight as to what the full version is like. GET IT! Hope I'm not going to hell now! Lol Lol
When I got Dan Collin's book, I spent a few days going through it because I wanted to give myself doses of his humor. Each day as I opened up my iBook app on my iPhone I would start feeling a little bummed out that I was nearing the end of it. Since I was brought up in a Catholic household and "forced" to go to Catholic school, I loved the Jesus Chapter. Seriously, hilarious. This book is right up my alley and I hope there are more people like Dan and I in this world, who find this smart, makes you think for a second, type of humor, funny.
Guilty of laughing
If the cartoonist is doomed to the underworld of the afterlife then I fear I will be joining him! I found myself laughing out loud many times while perusing this book. Just plain funny stuff!