F U Haiku: Pissed-Off Poetry for Every Occasion

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F+W Media, Jun 18, 2010 - Humor - 224 pages
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Enough already. The Mary Sunshine act has got to go. The economy sucks, unemployment has reached an all-time high, and the gulf is swamped in oil. But when all feels futile, there’s this hilarious compilation of 200-plus rants that give you permission to ditch the rose-colored glasses and have a satisfying laugh at the expense of those who piss you off.

From spiteful sex and workplace BS to road rage and famous F Us, you’ll find humorous verbal bitch-slaps to any and all of life’s most annoying and abusive moments.

Think of it as therapy, with an edge.

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About the author (2010)

Beth Quinlan has worked in publishing for fifteen years, which has supplied her with ample fodder to write about effed-up scenarios. Having commuted at one point about 1,000 miles a week for a year, she's especially versed in the "On the Road" variety of flip-offs. A curmudgeon at heart, she believes in the cathartic nature of a well-timed F U.

Perry Taylor is a veteran writer and editor who writes F U haikus to hex bad drivers, bad bosses, and bad exes, not necessarily in that order.

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