The Explosexuawesome Career Guide

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Humor - 192 pages
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explosexuawesome: adj. An eye-bursting, skull-incinerating, kitty-consternating brand of cool. You know, the type of job we all want. Author Mose Hayward will have you laughing all the way to a new career with The Explosexuawesome Career Guide.

Yes, there are actual people who are paid to blow up yachts, taste ice cream, and stand around nightclubs looking cool. How does one go about landing such jobs? What are the qualifications? And more important, how much does one get paid? These questions and many more are hilariously answered in Mose Hayward's The Explosexuawesome Career Guide.

Exposing all the cool careers your guidance counselor never mentioned, The Explosexuawesome Career Guide is a perfect (and totally necessary) gift for all recent graduates. Weird, bizarre, and unusual but totally awesome jobs are out there for the taking. Author Hayward has sought out holders of these most outlandish, one-in-a-million jobs, and interviewed them to discover crucial information, such as how they got hired and what they do all day.

With Hayward's insightful interviews, the reader gets hilarious step-by-step instructions on how they, too, can achieve these cool-yet-odd positions. Each career is illustrated by the comic art of Chris Stangl. This outlandish parody of career guidebooks is sure to entertain, whether or not you're in the market for a new career.


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About the author (2013)

Mose Hayward is a 25-year-old adventurer and playwright. He lives in Paris, but will be in Barcelona though June 2006 on a Fulbright grant to study physical comedy, particularly walking into doors. His funnest jobs have been operating puppets, writing for a Chilean soap opera, and throwing metal into a trash compactor. He is from Iowa City, Iowa, and graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor of arts in theater.

Illustrator Chris Stangl is also from Iowa. He lives, writes, and draws in Los Angeles. His most awesome jobs have been working for a pornography store and on television programs.

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