101 Damnations: The Humorists' Tour of Personal Hells
Michael J. Rosen
Macmillan, Aug 3, 2002 - Humor - 368 pages
Dear flappable reader:
For anyone who has recognized that this peaceful kingdom of ours has more than a few potholes, 101 Damnations is the perfect companion. It's your ticket to the nine circles of personal hell.
Armed with wit, bewilderment, and words to the wise ass, today's leading humorists conduct a brief tour of the trivial and often universal exasperations we all must endure. Among the damning, Henry Alford reveals our wanton desire to affect Britishisms. Sandra Tsing Loh has it in for people who forward "funny" e-mails. Once and for all, Merrill Markoe sets forth cell phone etiquette. And there are many, many others. Ninety-eight to be exact. Make yourself comfortable. Misery loves company.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jebbie74 - LibraryThing
This was given to me by an ex-friend who could quite possibly be evil..so the book fits :) Was quite funny in places and was sent along to a requestor from BookCrossing. Read full review
101 damnations: the humorists' tour of personal hellsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
We've all got pet peeves that drive us crazy, and this volume covers them all: cell phones in public places, porn e-mails, joke e-mails, SUVs, David Blaine, and one of my personal favorites, Amish ... Read full review