Drinks Well with Others

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2004 - Humor - 80 pages
In Drinks Well with Others and Mixed Nuts MikWright pokes fun at two favorite topics: cocktails and dysfunction. Readers will laugh as they page through these funny little gift books and may even feel compelled to lift a highball to themselves, family, and nutty friends.All in good fun, Drinks Well with Others conjures up such images as Grandma getting tipsy at the sight of communion wine, Aunt Violet lollygagging around the eggnog bowl at Christmas, and Mom using four-letter words after two glasses of vino. The spicy one-liners mix delightfully with black-and-white photography that looks like it fell right out of every baby boomer's hand-me-down family album. There's Great-grandmother with that trademark iron grip on her cocktail glass and Uncle Bill showing fine form as an ice fisherman-cum-beer drinker.

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About the author (2004)

Tim Mikkelsen loves a vodka martini, straight up, with olives. Phyllis Wright-Herman, also known to partake of libations, aspires to rid the world of electronic devices. She and Tim, both former airline customer service representatives, founded MikWright, Ltd., a North Carolina-based company with a proactive line of greeting cards. The expanded MikWright product line includes books, calendars, napkins, magnets, coasters, and more. Bob Williams, in-house writer and sit-down comedian, still wonders how he got mixed up with these two nuts.

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