This book is a comical but entirely true collection of ridiculously flawed decision making, mostly involving handyman projects that stretch over 25 odd years. It will take the reader on a hilarious journey stretching from school years, through to mid life, with no mercy spared to the unfortunate author. The journey starts with basic flawed school projects, meanders through comical situations caused by the mundane, such as mistaken identity, lack of thought, and an aversion to reading instructions. The book makes us recall similar situations where logic deserts us and brings laughter to family and friends. By the end, the real handymen among us will be rolling on the floor with laughter, others will be recalling similar close calls never before admitted, and wives will recognize their own husbands. Teenagers will travel this journey with interest, many recognizing that their ?old man? is really part of a select calling. This story reaches a climax worthy of a suspense novel, which could easily have been a lot less funny, but instead, may just supply the incentive for many to give up the act, or ammunition for the much smarter partner to force the issue.