Sloppy Seconds: The Tucker Max Leftovers

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Blue Heeler Books, Feb 7, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography
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Tucker Max's books-I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, Assholes Finish First, and Hilarity Ensues-are a uniquely engaging trilogy composed of his best, craziest stories. They've sold millions of copies to fans all over the world. Their success has meant his success. As a thank you to those who have loved the stories and supported him for so long, Tucker has gone back through his massive archive of material one last time, culled out what you might call the "best of the rest," and arranged it here, in Sloppy Seconds, like a book version of Deleted Scenes. Unlike most deleted scenes, however, these don't suck. So enjoy.

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User Review  - GrlIntrrptdRdng - LibraryThing

Sloppy Seconds is the final Tucker Max book with about half of it being stories from his other books. The new material is as funny as his other stories in previous books but not all that long or fully ... Read full review

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User Review  - mamamork - LibraryThing

Horrible book about an immature guy's way to entertain himself at the graphic expense of others. Tucker is a narcissist who needs a big dose of humility and morality. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Tucker Max was born in Atlanta, Georgia on September 27, 1975. He received B.A. in law, letters and society at the University of Chicago in 1998 and a J.D. from Duke University Law School in 2001. He published his first book, The Definitive Book of Pick-Up Lines, in 2001. His other books include Belligerence and Debauchery: The Tucker Max Stories, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, Assholes Finish First, and Hilarity Ensues. He was the facilitator of the website Tard Blog, from 2002-2003 and was the founder of the now defunct Rudius Media, an Internet-based publishing outlet and management firm.

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