Born Bent Over by Brian Greenleaf
Flashing the Vertical Smile at Middle Age

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If you have more hair in your brush than on your head, are serenaded while getting out of bed every morning by the snap, crackle, pop concerto played by your joints, and have beer hangovers that last for days, welcome to middle age.

Born Bent Over takes you through the life altering, often humiliating, and always hysterical trials and tribulations of a man coming to grips with the inevitable realities of middle age. This no-holds-barred look at life after forty takes a light hearted approach to the fact that we're not getting any younger. Whether our intrepid narrator navigates the uncomfortable reality of a colonoscopy, wrestles with too many memory lapses, or battles the ever-increasing paunch around his middle, he never loses his stellar sense of humor.

Hilarious and upbeat, Born Bent Over tells is like it is from the trenches of growing older from someone who knows it best. Hitch up your britches, put down that golf club, and pour yourself a nice cold beverage to celebrate the middle-aged milestone!


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Published October 3, 2008 by iUniverse. 108 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction