Chesterfield, MO, October 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Just in time for the holiday giving season, St. Louis native and businessman Wally Gustafson has the perfect gift for the man in your life with a goofy, silly sense of humor. "I Was Normal, Then I Got Hit By a Car," is a fully illustrated coffee table book, that takes a funny, bizarre, and sometimes head-scratching look at life. Created from dumb dad humor and filled with more than 80 full color original illustrations, this humorous coffee table book is for anyone with a funny sense of humor – especially that person in your life who constantly makes dumb jokes.
With a clean design and classic cover colors, "I Was Normal, Then I Got Hit By A Car," is guaranteed to look great sitting on a coffee table or desk in your home or office. For the "humor impaired" there's even a 10-page index at the back of the book that explains every illustration included.
Gustafson, co-owner of The Source Group, an online retailer of apparel and accessories based in O’Fallon, traces his silly sense of humor to being hit by a car at the age of two. “I was knocked 10 feet up the street, unconscious, the radiator imprint on my face, and blood coming out of my ears,” says Gustafson. “Amazingly, I had zero broken bones – no fractured skull. But I had a significant concussion (although they didn’t call them concussions at that time). I think much of my corny sense of humor was defined in that moment.”
Hardcover, $29.95 at SoDumbItsFunny.com
Hardover $39.95 at all other online retailers.
Find the book at SoDumbItsFunny.com
This book is also available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and for book stores and online retailers at IngramSpark.com
Wally Gustafson earned his MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. He went on to create and run several startup companies in the St. Louis area, including giganticAnt.com, an internet recruiting site for young job seekers, G Media Creative, a creative agency heavily focused on cable television commercials and radio spots for small St. Louis companies, and Warehouse Courts, an indoor sports practice facility located in O’Fallon. He currently runs The Source Group, based in O’Fallon, an online retailer of men’s, women’s, and kid’s apparel and accessories, and a private label brand website, UrbanBoundaries.com.