In this collection of 21 essays, Michael Jenkins takes a humorously philosophical approach to the everyday aspects of life. Whether comparing himself to Rocky Balboa in order to pass an English class or asking a one-thumbed woman how she cuts her steak, "Man-Child" tells of the experiences and philosophies of an immature man reluctantly searching for an identity in the adult world. These experiences could be used as a lesson on what not to do in any given situation, but only if you don't want a story to tell.
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