The Onion Presents
The Onion has searched their archives to unearth hundreds of tales of love and relationships - from "18 Year Old Miraculously Finds Soulmate in Home Town" to "Elderly Couple Dresses Up For Trip to Denny's", these stories capture the heartbreak and hilarity of the human experience. Other hilarious headlines include: "Boyfriend Ready to Take Relationship to Previous Level", "Sex Officials Add New Base Between Second and Third", "Ex-Girlfriend Don't Want to Speak to You No More", "Her New European Boyfriend Reports", "Same Jumbotron Used for Marriage Proposal Used to Ask for Divorce", "Girlfriend Changes Man Into Someone She's Not Interested In", and many many more.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 157.48 x 213.36 x 20.32mm | 317.51g
- 10 Jan 2012
- Quirk Books
- Philadelphia, United States
- Illustrated throughout
About The Onion
The Onion is the world's most popular humour publication. It was started in 1988 by University of Wisconsin-Madison students Tim Keck and Chris Johnson. In a matter of months, The Onion was the stuff of campus legend. Over the years the publication has expanded to many markets, with a significant print and internet presence, as well as books, radio, merchandise and film. The Onion continues its historic evolution from a coltishly admired campus oddity to a world-renowned comedy and media phenomenon. However, the key to the company's success remains its popular and groundbreaking world-class editorial content. Website:theonion.com Twitter: twitter.com/theonion Facebook: The Onion
"This is satire at its best and the little gems in this collection are guaranteed to have readers giggling with abandon."--"Tucson Citizen's ""Shelf Life" blog "If it's by "The Onion", it's gotta be irreverent and funny with a good hit of raunchy, and Love, Sex and Other Natural Disasters doesn't disappoint...With its trademark combination of silly and spot-on, "The Onion" brain trust has created another laugh-out-loud volume of articles, photos and infographics that will perk up Valentine's Day for sure."--"BookPage"