Teddy Wayne is the author of the novels Kapitoil and The Love Song of Jonny Valentine.
BY TEDDY WAYNE
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight; it’s the size of the aggressive bookie for the fight demanding payment after you stupidly bet on the small dog because you thought he had a lot of spirit, and oh Jesus Christ I’m scared, I don’t normally get mixed up in things like this, I’m so fucking scared.
SUGGESTED READSTeddy Wayne’s Unpopular Proverbs: Loyalty
by Teddy Wayne (10/25/2010)
Teddy Wayne’s Unpopular Proverbs: Doggedness
by Teddy Wayne (1/12/2011)
How to Make Your Own Proverbs
by Russell Bradbury-Carlin (1/8/2004)
RECENTLYSo You Want to Get Into an MFA Program: A Decision Tree
by Rebekah Frumkin (9/16/2014)
A McSweeney’s Books
by Courtney Moreno (9/16/2014)
Monologue: Alexander Graham Bell Has Had Just About Enough of Your Shit
by Charlie Stockman (9/16/2014)
POPULARClassic Movies Changed to Not Be Sexist
by Blythe Roberson (8/14/2014)
Hello Stranger On the Street, Could You Please Tell Me How to Take Care of My Baby?
by Wendy Molyneux (8/16/2012)
Best Joke Ever: Mitch Hedberg: Hippie Martian Zen Genius
by Mark Peters (8/28/2014)