Tale as old as time, Random House. The little woman wants you to try new things, experiment more. Then you wake up in Vegas forming synergy bonds with six dollar crack whores, there's a penguin in the bedroom that smells like your wife who you may or may not have sold into white slavery, and you need to start wondering how deep you have to dig so the coyotes won't find the body. Here's all you need to know: Keep your head up, don't look it in the eyes and above all else wear a condom. You do not know where that penguin has been.
Penguin and Random House merge, promise a brave new e-book future
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