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Uh-Oh Mass Market Paperback – August 4, 1993
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Top Customer Reviews
It was. But it was also a great read. At different points, Fulghum had me laughing out loud and crying. I loved every word.
And if you do read this book (which I highly recommend--it'll be the best 5 hours of your life), please do take his advice, and hiccup in a very public place--it's hysterical!
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I love Fulghum's insight on the human condition. I always enjoy his works.Published 20 days ago by Leslie Martin
I really like how Fulghum narrates. It's very easy to read and each page bears theories and mini-stories that will surely tickle your thought.Published 7 months ago by Shannon Liu
Book was received in better condition then described!! I am very pleased with my purchase, thank you!!Published 7 months ago by amber poisson
Life is a bowl of cherries, not! Uh oh is what our lives are for real making us realize life has twists and turns. Learn from them, laugh at yourself now and then. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lillian Bartlett
As you'd expect from Robert Fulghum, this book is full of great stories with touching lessons and good humor. Definitely worth the read.Published 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
It's a decent read and a good follow up to All I Really Need to Know. I recommend it.Published 15 months ago by Tracey A McCabe