Gone with the Miscellany : Mug & Mali's Miscellany Volume 35
Are you ready for an epic book about love and war and dada and other silliness? Are you seeing evil, hearing evil, speaking evil, and smelling evil? Do you want to see others displaying their emotions, the same way you wish you could? Do you want some dreadful tips for homeowners? Do you hope to be exposed to items of New Century Dada? What are some alarming animal superstitions? Can you learn a few cocktail sayings ("Don't count your drinks before you're drunk.")? Do you revel in implausible factoids ("Orca whales often 'carry' baby seals in their small intestines." "Lawyer intolerance is the leading cause of chronic flatulence.")? What's a good way to taunt a Tiki? Can your dog learn bad manners? Do you want to read a lot of rules? Are you fond of hat categories? Do you hanker for some fine cocktail poetry? What are some common fartationisms? Can you find the differences? What is Detective Trixie up to ("I'm absolutely ravishing. Where's the food?")? Don't you want to see Dada-based automatic pictures automatic cocktails? Do you need to know about the live action game, French Fry Tetris? What are the relative brain sizes of types of idiots? Do you want to see highlights from a revisionist history of television? What some uncommon bad habits? Do you want to find out if you are a poor schmuck? What should be done with rot-gut gin? Do you want to see why it's a dog-eat-dog world? Want your tongue twisted? Is youth wasted on the young? Do you want to train for America's No.1 career choices ("Be a Martini Model!" "Breed and Sell Vermin!")? Want good tips on How to Be a Man ("A Martini or three with lunch will not ruin your day.")? Do you treasure new egg-corns and portmanteaux ("Moneymoon - A romantic vacation after a financial windfall.")? What are some of Mug and Mali's "cheap shot" cocktails? Do you want to a menu of awful European food? Are you worried about our health? If you like your books with a high picture-to-text ratio (if you know what we mean), then get this miscellaneous mixture of cocktails, photo mash-ups, silly factoids, and emotion-laden drinking. In spite of raving hoards of relatives and literary agents, Mug and Mali twisted this new volume of unkempt miscellany. Readers will find the miscellany startling and the cocktails addicting - and vice-versa. "Gone with the Miscellany" is bad-mannered, yet foolish, over-shadowing such lesser works as, "The Urban Guide to Spit" and "Do Trousers Matter?" It's another piece of work that will keep you up nights reading and drinking. Enjoy!
- Paperback | 180 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 10.41mm | 535.24g
- 15 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About John H Boose
Mug and Mali are currently Pickle Flippers at the Constance Noring Institute for the Study of Illiterate Fiction, where their work on cliche gentrification has made them the subjects in numerous experiments. They were the first to suggest the use of weasel snot as a permanent coating for personal injury lawyers. While interns at 2M's Boris Scilley Yellow Sticky Lab they illuminated both upper and lower brain approaches to left field theory and were co-guest editors (with Rufus Leaking) of "Do Trousers Matter?" Mug and Mali enjoy sharpening crayons, dulling others' wits through the application of delicious cocktails, cooking up mischief, and advocating monkey-wrenching as a tactic of last resort.