'Randomness neatly folded into comedic honesty' would usually be the six words to describe Tommy Leonard. He was born in Ohio and told his first joke at the age of one. Through living life, he has compiled enough information from his observations to finally comment on the average human being. He has written "How to Talk to Famous People" to share this gift.
How to Talk to Famous People: And make your grandma Laughby Tommy Leonard
Through a collection of humorous and random observations, "How to Talk to Famous People" is ready to shatter your comfort zone. Get ready to embark on a journey that finally
There is a problem. There are too many socially awkward people in the world. Statistically speaking, you are one of them. With that kind of dilemma, how will you ever talk to a famous person?
Through a collection of humorous and random observations, "How to Talk to Famous People" is ready to shatter your comfort zone. Get ready to embark on a journey that finally reorganizes your passions in the right direction.
My desire is to wake you up to your dreams, make you smile, and help you become socially less awkward. Good luck.
"I could have invented the light bulb, but I was born in 1985." - Tommy Leonard
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I love this book! So funny, you need to readit with others around so you can share the lols. Totally random and perfect for those with a short attention span. You know who you are.
Its an ok book, just a bunch of stories but not too much going on. Read it in a few days. Not for me...
This book is recommended for anyone looking for a good laugh. It has plenty of enjoyable stories. The book is overflowing with genuine humor, wisdom and some encouraging words. 'How to Talk to Famous People' not only makes you laugh, but it motivates you to actually to do something with your life. It is a very exciting read for all ages and would be a great gift for anyone. This book is very quotable and makes for great conversation. It's incredible.