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Things I Want to Punch in the Faceby Jennifer Worick
Synopses & Reviews
A humor book inspired by the blog of the same name, Things I Want to Punch in the Face means: 1) a humorous way to convey annoyance or frustration over those little things in life that bug; 2) petty peeves warranting a tongue-in- cheek lashing but involving no physical retribution, 3) an expression made wildly popular by the blog, Things I Want to Punch in the Face. Synonyms: chap your hide, get your goat, rub the wrong way. Antonyms: make out with, love so much you should marry it, float your boat, blow your skirt up.
Jennifer Worick had a bad day. And then a bad week. She channeled her aggravation into creating the blog Things I Want to Punch in the Face, which became a sensation. Although her bad week passed, she has continued to take note of the little irritations that torment us all daily. Old guys with ponytails. 20-minute coffee prep. Bizspeak. Vanity plates. Celebrity baby names. Excessive punctuation. It's astounding how the little things can drive a person insane.
A small, modestly priced humor book with tremendous gift appeal and a strong graphic design by an award-winning designer.
Inspired by the popular blog of the same name, Things I Want to Punch in the Face takes aim at the things that chap Jennifer Woricks hide, from old-guy ponytails to shoeless households, naked pregnancy portraits to man caves, Renaissance faires to people who dont believe in TV. Its a colorful, laugh-out-loud funny gift book at a very friendly price, from the author responsible for such hit titles as Nancy Drews Guide to Life and the Worst-Case Scenario Handbook: Dating and Sex.
About the Author
Jennifer Worick is a Seattle-based author of more than 20 books on pop culture, humor and crafts, including two best-selling Worst Case Scenario books (Chronicle) and the hit Nancy Drew's Guide to Life (Running Press). She also writes the TIWTPITF blog and another called word., as well as many magazine articles, and she's a social-media maven. Learn more at jenniferworick.com.
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