Friday, December 2, 2011
Weirder Than Marshmallows
I recently had the chance to review this book published by NightFire Publications. This book is a great easy read about those little things in life that are like "duh". . . In the book it says "Weirder Than Marshmallows showcases tales of stupidity and ignorance in the hopes of making people laugh." This book has 5 different categories which are:
Do Not Stop on Tracks (showcases warnings that should never have to be warned)
En Masse (contains stories of mass ignorance)
Technology Sucks (explores the hazards of the technological age)
That's Just Freaky (features Twilight Zone like tales of paranormality)
Weird Stuff (is stuff that is… well, weird)
Once I started to read this I couldn't put it down. It was so funny reading some of the stories in the book that I found myself busting out and having my kids give me a strange look. Some of the things written are like "DUH" or "DINK DINK DINK, we have a winner". It's those stories you hear online or see on TV that just makes you think about what were they truly thinking when this happened.
I love reading books like this that just real easy reads that I can pick up through out the day and it doesn't matter how long it was since the last time you read it, you can pick it right back up. I would recommend this book as just one of those funny little books that would be great to read anytime or anywhere.
One of my favorite stories in this book has to deal with a local little fast food joint and what ended up involving a judge. And nope this isn't the coffee lady story, this one is even better in my opinion. I don't want to give too much away so if you are interested in reading this story you can enter my giveaway or download the book.
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