Number Two: More Short Tales from a Very Tall Man PDF

Number Two: More Short Tales from a Very Tall Man From the twisted and juvenile mind that brought you the national bestseller Anchorboy comes another rollicking collection of embarrassing stories that ll make you laugh, cry, and feel just a little bit uncomfortableGet ready for story time with everyone s favourite Canadian sportscaster, Jay Onrait Pull up a chair, open a bag of ketchup chips, and join Jay as he reminisces about the times he explored the squalid world of medical marijuana made a mess of himself on the road to Pittsburgh got upstaged on live TV by comedy legend Martin Short rode a Street Dragon through the laneways of Sochi shared a drink with Jay Z and was then asked to leave And much, much

10 thoughts on “Number Two: More Short Tales from a Very Tall Man

  1. says:

    Picking up where he left off with 2013 s Anchorboy, Onrait brings us the aptly titled Number Two, a book withessays about bathroom misadventures, travelling to an Olympics host city and the wonders of being a Canadian ex pat living in the U.S.Did anyone ask to hear about Jay s masturbation stories the very first line in the book is a funny one How about his violent diarrhea P

  2. says:

    Jay Onrait s second book picks up right where his first venture, Anchorboy, left off with uprooted Canadian sportscasters, Jay Dan, moving to America to work for Fox Sports If you enjoyed Anchorboy, you will love Number Two just as much If you didn t like Anchorboy, and don t enjoy Jay Dan s humour, then I have no idea why you would even think about reading this book.Hilariously

  3. says:

    Another hilarious, light read from Jay Onrait.

  4. says:

    More focused and tightly constructed than its predecessor, Anchorboy, Number Two ups the ante with evenstories about Onrait s now famously sensitive digestive tract, along with foibles, gaffes, road trips, pranks calls gone awry, and the Sochi Olympics I eagerly await a third book detailing his leaving FS1 and Los Angeles and returning to the Canadian airwaves.

  5. says:

    This is the second installment from Jay Onrait, hence the title although it is also a scatological reference as well It is an amusing book that is largely made up of stories on his timeline following Anchorboy It would fall into the autobiographical category, but it is by no means a part II of his biography Rather this book is a collection of stories.I enjoyed this book as it reminded me of

  6. says:

    Another great, if sometimes crass, collection of tales about life in Canada and the United States from one half of the legendary former TSN SportsCenter crew Loved watching Jay and Dan O Toole when I was in Canada six years ago, and their podcast remains one of the funniest on the internet Think of Onrait s second book as an extension of that If you love poop stories, hockey, CFL and sports broa

  7. says:

    Another fun set of stories from broadcaster Jay Onrait both from growing up, making his way through his early broadcasting career to all they way up to now at FOX Sports I might ve actually enjoyed this onethan the first, but either way the stories are all amusing at the very least Onrait s humour works quite well through a book form and even squeezes in some emotional beats and lessons learned thro

  8. says:

    It was a good read that led to a few laughs it s a little over the top crass in parts but after listening to the Jay and Dan podcast for a few years it was to be expected.

  9. says:

    Not as good as the first book Crude at times.

  10. says:

    More stories about poop A 10 10

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