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Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book: The Definitive Guide to Getting Your Ugly onby Brian Miller
Synopses & Reviews
Definitive in every way, Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book includes the history of the event, how to throw the perfect party, what to wear, and how to judge the all-important ugly Christmas sweater contest. But most important, Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book is packed with more than 100 hilarious, full-color photos of outrageously ugly Christmas sweaters, including Scarf Face, Wreath Witherspoon, and Ryan Treecrest. Its a must-have for the millions who plan to throw or attend an ugly Christmas sweater party, and a sidesplitting look at the funniest, craziest, most unbelievable holiday sweaters you can imagine—authorized by Team Ugly, the recognized experts on ugly Christmas sweater parties.
Praise for Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book:
“Part party primer, part not-so-tongue-in-cheek appraisal of holiday sweater fashion, this title delivers on both aspects.”
Offers party advice for hosting an ugly Christmas sweater party, including planning, food, and games and activities.
About the Author
UglyChristmasSweaterParty.com was founded by Team Ugly—Brian Miller, Adam Paulson, and Kevin Wool. The team met in the fall of 2000 while attending Indiana State University. They attended their first ugly Christmas sweater party in 2006, and soon after were inspired to start a blog and online venture to bring ugly Christmas sweater joy to people all over the world.
Table of Contents
The legend and lore of the ugly Christmas sweater party — Make it ugly and they will come — Get the (ugly) party started: music, games, and activities — Ugly food and drinks — Bring on the ugly: what to wear — What to expect when you're expecting ugly: who will be there — The contest: judging the best of the ugliest — The ugly Christmas sweater hall of fame — Team Ugly recommends.
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