Insights into the sex lives of your average deviant.
by Ricky 'Bushman' Browne
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About the Book
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This book is the equivalent of watching a girl fart in a porn video. Most people find it disturbing. A few see it as top-shelf comedy. While some dirty pricks get off on it.
"This book made me feel more comfortable about who I am."
— Martin Seligmank
"Reading this book helped me make me feel more normal. At least compared to the person who wrote it."
— Anthony Bordin
"I wouldn't let my mum or my son read this book, but I love it just the same."
— Dave Chapsell
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Don’t have time to read a real book? Love to chuckle and have a laugh? Want something to lend your friends to prove you have a sense of humour? Need a reason to get out of bed in the morning? Well, this book is for you!
The best medicine book series books are designed to be read in a single sitting without the pressure of further commitment. Your busy, I’m busy. Who reads anymore. Re-read them, pass them on, or put them on the coffee table to offer guests during awkward silences. But the number one reason to read these books is to have a giggle and forget about the shit-show that is the world.
“Bushman has mastered the art of words on pictures”
— Darryl Braithweight
“Bushman is a true ubermensch of the memetic format. I can’t wait for his next foray into such stupidity.”
— Joan Diddiant
“I didn’t get all the jokes and references, but the ones I did get, let me tell you!”
— Tom Petrovsin
“Don’t read these books if you’re offended by people who say stupid shit that’s wrong.”
— Sean Connerin
Ricky 'Bushman' Browne is a self-published author who writes about politics, society, authenticity, and personal development. Along with satire and comedy designed to make people laugh and reflect, or just laugh. Ricky is a straight shooter, not one for floury prose or overly descriptive emotional grabs. He pulls no punches and tells it as he sees it in a way that is honest to himself and the reader. Ricky's attitude to writing is one of putting himself out there without worrying about popularity or news cycles. He wants his work to be timely but also not go out of date as soon as the earth does a full rotation of the sun. Born Ricky Nolan Browne, Ricky is a simple man with simple wants and needs. But as a human with children, he would like to die knowing that he at least tried to turn the dial towards a more peaceful, civilised, accepting society, one driven by personal growth, and not the growth of bank balances.