Would You Rather...: Over 200 Absolutely Absurd Dilemmas to Ponder (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 1, 1997 - Games - 160 pages
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In an hysterical blend of absurdity, wit, and pop culture comes Would You Rather??, a collection of laugh-out-loud funny, irreverent and irresistibly thought-provoking dilemmas. Readers are stumped with questions like: ? Would you rather watch a porn movie with your parents?or watch a porn movie starring your parents?? Would you rather fight Mike Tyson?or talk like him?? Would you rather live in a world where at the end of a rainbow, there really was a pot of gold?or where at the end of a rainbow there were 500 cases of Pabst Blue Ribbon?? The over 200 hilarious questions ask readers to look deep within themselves and choose between two equally undesirable?or desirable?options. Filled with twisted insights and hip pop culture references, Would You Rather?? is brain candy to tempt the most finicky palate.
  

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The guy at Books a Million accidentally gave this to us for free at check-out and since we're not exceedingly honest people we kept it. It was funny and awkward. Both the book and the situation. Read full review

Contents

Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Acknowledgements ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Youve Been Cursed
NotQuiteSuper Powers
Deaths Tortures and Other Generally Unpleasant Stuff
Would You Rather Live in a World Where
Mixed Blessings
Wishful hinking
The Deitys Greatest Hits
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Justin Heimberg and David Gomberg are the esteemed authors of "Would You Rather..." and "Would You Rather 2: Electric Boogaloo."

Heimberg graduated from Duke University

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