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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Review of Grumpy Cat's The Grumpy Guide to Life


A few weeks ago, Grumpy Cat released her second book titled The Grumpy Guide to Life: Observations by Grumpy Cat. I was so happy to see that the library had her new book and they put it on reserve for me. Ah, this book is great! It's perfect for Grumpy Cat fans and curmudgeons alike. Grumpy Cat's witty and satirical sayings along with her advice to how life should be lived in Grumpy Cat's grumpy fashion:

How do you use this book? You look like you need things spelled out for you pretty clearly.  Let me make this easy for you:

1: understand you need help from an expert (me).
2: continue turning the pages of this book,
3: follow my advice.
4: repeat.

Got it? Wait, don't tell me. I honestly don't care.

Also, Andrew, remember that magnet I bought for the refrigerator for Christmas? This one:



That picture is in that book, but that full saying isn't... it's the shortened version. It's definitely a hilarious book and it'll change your life, unfortunately (haha). I would recommend it, but put an order into your library today because it's very popular!

6 comments:

  1. Someone threw an egg at my windshield once. We were driving in opposite directions. Who does that!? It sounded like a bomb.

    Your frozen lemons reminded me of that. :-\

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  2. Ha ha, yes, I remember. :) Grumpy Cat is hilarious!

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    1. I love Tarder Sauce. I want to the meet her!

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  3. That's worrying to me that people would already put it on hold for you! (Though once something similar happened to me at the university library - it was Marx's Capital - the only fully published volume - I read the other two, as well, the drafts, but I think I am not versed enough in economics to pick up where he left off)

    Enjoy the Grumpy Cat book! I'm generally more fond of lolcats, but it seems to make you happy.

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    1. This is from last year, so I did, and Aunt Peg bought me a copy of this book for Christmas - I read it every day. :)

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