Always Judge a Book by its Cover

Some books win awards, some win our heart, and others... only serve to confuse.

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

I know one thing for sure, it’s that author if author Lewis Grizzard was born a millennial, he’d be dropping the dankest memes left, right and center.

As someone who previously knew not to bend over in the garden, and that them taters (boil em, mash em, stick em in a stew) do indeed have eyes, the instructional words of the title were lost to me.

Even then though, Lewis Grizzard’s greasy slicked back hair, up-way-too-high cameltoe inspiring pants, American gothic fork, and beady beady eyes stared right into my soul, leaning over he whispered the somber words “take me home and read me”

The cover of this book alone makes it worthy of the Pulitzer Prize for photography. The content of the book, which can’t possibly be as interesting also exists.

Them Taters Got Eyes on Amazon