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About Jeremy Greenberg
Jeremy Greenberg is a comedic writer and the the best-selling author of ten books with more on the way. Jeremy began as a stand-up comedian who travelled the world for the fifteen years leading up to the birth of his children; he's also written for a bunch of magazines including Twins, Parenting, and Modern Cat, and was the daily parenting blogger for MSN's The Family Room for its entire three year run. Not only did he never miss a deadline, many of his entries were selected for the homepage, and the blog even won some award. Jeremy also wrote numerous reported articles for Microsoft, along with humorous scripts for early content offerings by MSN.
Jeremy was born in Brooklyn, New York, but after about a year had his new parents relocated to California, eventually arriving in the Bay Area suburbs of San Ramon and Danville. He went to school in Danville, but like most poor kids in the region lived in San Ramon. Jeremy will forever love this region and the people, because on his tenth birthday a rich kid's mom bought him a Metallica album. Furthermore the compassion, tolerance, and forgiveness he received during his young years is why he credits the place as special.
Today Jeremy and his family call San Diego home, but he feels equally at home wherever he is even if wherever he is ain't always sunny. He loves writing and creating works that satisfy readers, animal lovers, and even the desperate friends of animal lovers looking for a gift. He even loves writing for every sentient being throughout the universe, even the ones in space stations who think they've got better things to do.
Truly he cherishes you for just reading this!
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Inside Sorry I Barfed on Your Bed, writer and comedian Jeremy Greenberg presents a collection of laugh-out-loud letters and photographs that offer a cat's eye view on common feline vs. human cohabitation conundrums. It's the perfect gift for crazy cat lovers and anyone who appreciates hilarious (and so true!) insights into cat—and human—nature, including:
- Your cat sits on your laptop not just for warmth or attention, but to prevent you from interacting with the outside world. After all, isn’t the main reason to have a cat so you don’t have to waste time developing normal human relationships?
- If you spent a third of your life licking yourself, you too would occasionally forget to stick your tongue back in your face.
- Eating grass has medicinal purposes, and most cats believe grass should be legalized.
- The cat feels bad about barfing on your bed…because now it must get to up to go sleep on your clean laundry instead.
Sorry I Barfed on Your Bed Again is full of funny letters and heartwarming photos—a perfect gift for cat lovers.
Inside Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe, writer and comedian Jeremy Greenberg presents a collection of 50 laugh-out-loud letters and accompanying full-color photographs that explain Fido's love of funky smells, why a ball needs to be thrown again, and practically every other lovably loony canine characteristic.
From an impassioned plea to stop the silly nicknames, to an attempt to skip a bath, to explanations for stolen shoes and swiped sandwiches, Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe offers a pooch's perspective on common canine vs. human cohabitation conundrums. Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe is the perfect gift for dog lovers and anyone who appreciates hilarious (and so true!) insights into dog—and human—nature.
Gronk apologizes for his passion, but he honestly thought humping your leg would bring you closer. Ladybug just wants to help you with your nature photography, so she selflessly alerts you to any nearby skunks. Truman was just trying to help you save face when he licked the carving board at Thanksgiving—the embarrassment of a leaky turkey would surely bring you nothing but shame for years. He does taste the tarragon.
Sorry I Humped Your Leg contains letters from well-meaning pooches who go above and beyond for you. From escaping every enclosure you can dream up in order to spend more time together to helpfully licking the toilet bowl clean, these pups aim to please.
If you want to be a high roller, a mac daddy, or a player, you also need this book.
And if "taupe," "ruching," and "brow gel" are words you actually know, get this book now. You can probably still be saved.
Seeing family is like catching a head cold: a temporary discomfort relieved by a snifter or four of brandy." --Jeremy Greenberg
Relative Discomfort is a sidesplitting, guffaw-inducing guide to living through and laughing at all of our family encounters. You know that knot you get in your stomach when you're about to come face-to-face with your Uncle Drunk and Aunt Enabler, or the brother-in-law who always wants to show you his gun collection? This book unties that knot.
If your family more closely resembles the Simpsons as opposed to the Tanner, Keaton, or Huxtable clans, then chances are this book is for you. International headlining comedian Jeremy Greenberg writes from the premise that although we love our families, many of us don't particularly love spending time with those who share our dysfunctional DNA.
To liven up the holidays, bar mitzvahs, funerals, and other family gatherings, Greenberg offers a collection of tips, tricks, games, and helpful hints that will not only help you survive your cousin's combination wedding/baby shower/high school graduation, but will also provide insights on how to move back into your parents' home when you're no longer a kid, or how to kick your adult-age son or daughter out of the family home if you're a parent.
Sections like Children During the Holidays (How to Have Fun at Their Expense) and Red- and Blue-Staters (What to Do When the "Two Americas" Show Up at the Same Family Reunion) provide a lighthearted look at surviving inner-family dynamics, along with a possible concrete solution or two. (Peanut butter-Valium cookies anyone?)