Don't Bend Over in the Garden, Granny, You Know Them Taters Got Eyes

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Random House Publishing Group, Sep 1, 1989 - Humor - 256 pages
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In this new book, Grizzard writes about the relationships between men and women, sex in the South versus sex in the North. Writing about wives, lovers and friends, Grizzard sets out to prove that sex is not dirty but hilarious--and he succeeds. Advertising in the New York Times Book Review and the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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Review: Don't Bend Over in the Garden, Granny, You Know Them Taters Got Eyes

User Review  - Griffin Brown - Goodreads

Lewis Grizzard's Don't Bend Over in the Garden, Granny, You Know Them Taters Got Eyes is a book with no true purpose. The book covers Lewis's views on sex and marriage while giving the reader a good ... Read full review

Review: Don't Bend Over in the Garden, Granny, You Know Them Taters Got Eyes

User Review  - Barbara Chapman - Goodreads

I've never heard of the author before. He was obviously popular in the 80s. He reminds me of a male Erma Bombeck. I look forward to reading more of his stuff! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1989)

Lewis McDonald Grizzard, Jr. was a humorist and columnist for the Atlanta Constitution and the Atlanta Journal. His columns have been collected into several books such as Won't You Come Home, Billy Bob Bailey? (1980), Don't Sit Under the Grits Tree With Anyone Else But Me (1981), and When My Love Returns From the Ladies Room, Will I Be Too Old to Care? (1987). He also published several autobiographical accounts, including a memoir about his father, My Daddy Was a Pistol and I'm a Son of a Gun (1986), and the best-selling They Tore Out My Heart and Stomped That Sucker Flat (1982), a collection of pieces about his heart surgery. Grizzard was born in 1946 in Columbus, Georgia, graduated from the University of Georgia in 1967, and began work as a sportswriter. As his columns became popular, they were syndicated in hundreds of newspapers, leading to speaking engagements nationwide. Grizzard died in 1994 of brain damage resulting from his heart surgery.

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