Cover of: Things that suck | Jason Kaplan

Things that suck

Published by Andrews McMeel, Simon & Schuster [distributor] in Kansas, Mo, London .
Written in English.

About the Edition

Life and the problems that plague it are best viewed not in relation to what has gone wrong, but what could go wrong. After all, life is about perspective, right? So, when you can't seem to escape Murphy's law, take solace with a few passages from humorist Jason Kaplan's Things that Suck. From getting dumped and having no one to kiss on New Year's Eve, to the nightly news, frivolous lawsuits, Jar Jar Binks, and, yes, even mosquitoes, Things that Suck flows with all the unpleasantries that rank high and low on the Kaplan scale of suckage. Lauded by New York Magazine as surprisingly perceptive, Things that Suck calls attention to examples of suckitude such as: The morning commute Your driver's license photo Overly perky people People who think they're great at British accents The kid kicking the back of your seat That kid's parentsThink of this book as company for your misery, or as an intriguing way to understand the complicated world we've created and the complex variety with which it screws us over each and every day. Whether you've experienced schadenfreude (deriving pleasure from another's misfortune), or you've simply had a no-good, very bad, terrible day, take comfort with Kaplan's compendium, Things that Suck, and realize things aren't so dreadful after all.

Edition Notes

Print version record.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
818.602
Library of Congress
PN6165

The Physical Object

Pagination
1 online resource

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26437524M
Internet Archive
thingsthatsuck0000kapl
ISBN 10
1449402100, 0740797603
ISBN 13
9781449402105, 9780740797606
OCLC/WorldCat
793519515
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