No, you’re not losing your mind. And you’re definitely not alone. With "1,000 UNFORGETTABLE SENIOR MOMENTS Of Which We Could Remember Only 246" By Tom Friedman you'll certainly understand why. And laugh quite a bit too!
So many examples exist where forgetfulness becomes almost a virture. There’s Jimmy Carter, forgetting the nuclear launch codes in a suit at the dry cleaners. Rod Stewart fumbling for the name of the intense first love who inspired “Maggie Mae.” G. K. Chesterton writing a long letter to hismother announcing the good news about his engagement—while his mother is in the room with him. Marilyn Monroe blowing the same line through 52 takes during the filming of Some Like It Hot.
1,000 UNFORGETTABLE SENIOR MOMENTS Of Which We Could Remember Only 246 celebrates history’s greatest mental lapses; it is a perfect impulse book in the fine gift format of Famous Last Words. Not just outlandishly funny, it’s also a book of great comfort—after all, having a senior moment puts you in the company of Einstein, Lincoln, Beethoven, Newton, Toscanini, and a whole assortment of presidents, poets, philosophers, popes, and Nobel Prize–winners.
Talk about gaffes. Here are best men forgetting to show up at the wedding. Judges staggered by the incompetence of their previous decisions. Senators frozen in front of TV cameras. Olympic officials gazing absently while bewildered runners continue through the finish line. Bono losing the only copy of his lyrics to a new album. Why not forget to pick up your copy today!