F*ck Whales: Also Families, Poetry, Folksy Wisdom and You

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 17, 2017 - Humor - 256 pages
A collection of satirical, crass, comedic essays from famed Internet personality and New York Times bestselling author Maddox, of the infamous website The Best Page in the Universe.

In this third book from Maddox, the reigning king of Internet satire delivers a collection of humorous, unapologetic essays in the same voice that propelled him into comedic stardom. With all-new material, F*ck Whales delivers on his personal brand of satire, complete with self-promotion, petty rants, and brilliant essays on anything and everything Maddox deems worthy of his ire.
 

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Once again an amazing work from Maddox. More, please!!!

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Nice work Mr Maddox. You have taken negativity and self loathing to a new high. Your like woody Allen without the glasses.

Contents

Fuck Whales
Fuck Trees
Fuck Folksy Wisdom
Fuck Your WeightLoss Insecurity
Fuck Dog Lovers
Fuck Your Shitty Opinions
Fuck Abstraction
Fuck Following Your Dreams
Fuck Old Ideas
Fuck Feigned Sympathy
Fuck Stupid Relationship Questions
Fuck Parents Who Dont Want My Parenting Advice
Fuck People Who Are Afraid of Lightning and Thunder
Fuck Maternity and Paternity Leave
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About the author (2017)

Maddox has been writing hilarious essays for his website, TheBestPageIntheUniverse.com, since 1997. Through word-of-mouth alone, it has become one of the most popular personal sites on the Internet. In 2006, he published his first book, The Alphabet of Manliness, a New York Times bestseller, followed by Crappy Children's Artwork based on his wildly popular article that has been viewed more than 20 million times. Maddox has also published a comic book based on his site, and he has a YouTube channel called “The Best Show in the Universe,” featuring clips viewed by more than 40 million fans.

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