Ryle Winn is the master of the cock and bull tale, and here at last is his collection of the funniest yarns he's ever spun. He's put a bit of everything in the book. There are jokes, where the focus is on the teller - the life of the party. The short pub yarn, which is delivered to just one or two mates by a quiet bloke in the corner, with the focus on the scene, not the teller. And then there's the fair dinkum yarn, which might take a long while to tell.
This is a little gem that shines with quintessential Aussie humour - it's full of the sort of classic, irreverent storytelling you hear too little of these days. This book doesn't care about political correctness or fashion; it just cares about what's going to make you snort beer out your nose.