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#135: An Insult-A-Day - Ross & Kathy Petras

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We've been taught it's best to say nothing if we have nothing nice to say, but sometimes being nice is overrated. Then, firing off a one-liner or unleashing a long-winded diatribe is the only course of action--and so much more satisfying. An Insult A Day: Scathing (but funny) Quips and Gibes 2012 Day-to-Day Calendar contains pithy proclamations from politicians, comedians, talk show hosts, and celebrities, as well as the best zingers from movies and television shows. When it's time to really speak your mind, any one of these well-placed barbs will get the point across.

  • Calendar: 640 pages
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing; Pag edition (July 15, 2011)
  • ISBN: 9781449403683
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My Review:
A laugh each morning is what I had to look forward to while reading this one. Each day was a new insult or gibe, though it was in tasteful humor and not hurtful. There were moments that I'm sure some people wouldn't appreciate much, but being told in jest needs to be taken with a grain of salt. I just see humor for what it is. Insulting or not.


3/5



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