Reliably funny man
if it touches the ground, at which point it’s the wind that did it, not you.
Of Daylesford, Victoria, he writes: The buildings on the main street were two storeys tall and made of wood, like buildings in the Old West but brightly painted. . . . Here was the fudgery, the jammery, your source for moisturiser. If Dodge City had been founded and maintained by homosexuals, this is what it might have looked like.
You read that and know it’s true. Sedaris has no need for invention, for ridiculous groups that match paralysed people with monkeys. And that was going to be my last word until I Googled ‘‘ Helping Hands’’ and up came YouTube videos of monkeys washing the faces of people in wheelchairs.
Author David Sedaris