Dear Asshole: 101 Tear-Out Letters to the Morons Who Muck Up Your Life

Dear Asshole: 101 Tear-Out Letters to the Morons Who Muck Up Your Life

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By (author) Jillian Madison, By (author) Michelle Madison

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  • Publisher: PERSEUS BOOKS
  • Format: Paperback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 133mm x 184mm x 19mm | 204g
  • Publication date: 18 August 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Reading, MA
  • ISBN 10: 0762442867
  • ISBN 13: 9780762442867
  • Sales rank: 82,757

Product description

Ever wish you could leave a nasty note for that jerk in the Hummer who blocked you in, or the idiot who didn't clean up after his dog? Now you can! Dear Asshole includes 101 letters to all of the assholes you encounter on a daily basis, each letter conveniently perforated so you can tear it out and give it to the desired offender. Whether it's the asshole landlord, the asshole cheapskate, the asshole backseat driver, or the asshole with the Bluetooth, you will surely never leave home without this humorous and useful book ever again!

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Jillian Madison and Michelle Madison are the creators of several pop culture websites and podcasts including FoodNetworkHumor.com, Pophangover.com, and DamnYouAutoCorrect.com, which receive over 40 million page views per month. They live in Connecticut.

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Zink Magazine "This book will not only have you bent over from laughter, but you end up realizing that there are a lot of annoying people in the world." Chicago Tribune Tired of being the bigger person? Though it's not the most enlightened strategy, sometimes all you want is to tell a creep off with a brilliant comeback - which, inevitably, doesn't come to mind until hours later... The new book lets you eloquently vent your rage at life's annoying cast of characters, such as the "(blank) boss," the "overly competitive (blank)," the "social media-obsessed (blank)" and the "(blank) who left dirty dishes in the sink" ("P.S. It's been two weeks. Exactly how much longer does that pot need to 'soak'?")