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American Association for the Advancement of Aardvarks Presents: Dear Natalie

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Jarod Kintz likes writing about himself in the third person, because he really relates to the third person.
The odd man out. If two is company, then the first person and the second person are just fine together.
But why is the third person always hanging around? Jarod often feels like that outsider, the person on the
smallest pedestal, the bronze medalist of personal pronouns
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Kindle Edition, 84 pages
Published (first published June 26th 2010)
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Renee
Nov 26, 2011 Renee rated it liked it
Not your typical format for a book, Kintz instead uses a compilation of hilarious letters in which he wishes Dear Natalie a happy birthday...again and again...but I don't want to ruin it for future readers so I won't go into too much detail.

I enjoyed this and laughed out loud many times. Kintz is a master of one liners and "deep thoughts". If you're expecting to find a standard novel in this book, you'll be disappointed...or more likely pleasantly surprised. If you're hoping for humor, then rea
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This is it, this is my biography. The story of Jarod Kintz begins now.

Let’s knock out the trivial first. I was born in Salt Lake City on March 5th. Now that you know my birthday, please feel free to get me birthday presents. Notice how I used the plural, presents? More than one gift would be greatly appreciated. Appropriate gifts include gold coins, bars of silver, and large tracts of land (prefe
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“Yesterday I saved a baby, a boy, a man, and an old man from death, and all by simply not impregnating anybody. But I don't consider myself a hero. Merely heroic, and also unable to reach any of my lady friends on the phone.” 262 likes
“The best birthday present I ever got from my grandpa was a skinny black tie. It didn’t come in a bag, a box, or even rolled up in tissue paper. It came wrapped in wisdom. As soon as he gave it to me he said, “A tie would make a stronger impression on your boss if you used it as a blindfold and kidnapped him. That‘s why I bought you a black one.” 183 likes
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