Synopses & Reviews
In 750 Ways to Annoy People, Shaffer Fox quickly builds a progression of mayhem while describing behavior that is eccentric, neurotic, tacky, rude, politically incorrect, inconsiderate, just plain stupid, even envy producing -- and he does so in a way that is positively hilarious. Although Fox has numbered the annoyances 1., 2., 3., 4., right on through 750, it's also the synergistic placement of the offenses that helps make this book such a laugh producer. While reading 750 Ways to Annoy People you may be reminded of co-workers, friends, relatives, passers-by, and all of the other people whose behaviors have pushed your composure to the brink. You may even see some of yourself in this book. (Let's hope not!) One thing is for sure, though. 750 Ways to Annoy People's intelligent goofiness will make you and your customers laugh yourselves silly.