Hilarity Ensues. Book Description. Tucker Max’s third and final book in his series of stories about his drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics. What began as a. Hilarity Ensues has ratings and reviews. Allison said: Either you love Tucker Max or you hate him. I loved his first book, I Hope They Serve Be. Hilarity Ensues by Tucker Max – The New York Times bestselling author of I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell and Assholes Finish First delivers a new collection of.
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Mar 19, Eric Althoff rated it liked it. He also attempts to have some “deep thoughts” in this book, which is something he should not ever do. This book really goes to the well, there. This is like a sad and empty version of blue mountain state where the comedy is totally missing.
I appreciated the last note. Reading through Tucker Max’s trilogy was a useful learning experience for me. Jul 06, Ben Tipper rated it really liked it.
Recommended as a pleasure read, dude is hilarious, intelligent, and goes out and lives life in a way most of us can only dream of. If you can’t take a joke and will take it to heart, you might think the world is an awful place to live in, because there are people like Tucker Max roaming it freely, and then you will need some therapy: An example of one story is, told through his nostrils, about the time he started being intimate with a girl only to find a used contraceptive already there.
At the end of the novel, he explains that it will be his last one as he is moving on to a new chapter in his life, which I applaud.
Geoffrey Miller have spent the last plus years learning what women really want from their men, why they want it, and how men can deliver those qualities. If you liked the others, you will like this. His quick wit and colorful use of language combined with his everyman character captured the hearts of fans worldwide.
Book: Hilarity Ensues
Proceed at your own risk! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I’ll be honest, I’m really embarrassed and disappointed in myself that I bought the book and lined his pockets with even a dime of my money. He’s still Tucker Max, and – for one more book – he’s still an asshole. I think he insulted every etnisity he came across.
This one was a maybe 3 or 4 time laughing out loud book. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem.
I get why though, they are a though bunch of guys. He explains that the stories he’s known for telling enses longer reflect the person that he is now.
Book: Hilarity Ensues
The stories about just getting wasted and annoying people were a little boring. The dude was fangirling about how cool the Alaskan fishermen were like a little girl, seriously. Even Tucked realised that the reason her daughter went for a dick like him, hilarkty because of a mother like her. Mar 15, Melissa rated it it was ok.
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What began as a small website, to pick up and exploit girls with daddy issues, exploded into three bestselling books and the creation of a whole new literary genera know as fratire. I gave this book 3 stars because it does have its entertaining moments. It’s all about his schtick and being vile solely to have material for his book.
The second I finished it, I started writing this one. The other two opened with some kind of preface about who he is and what he does, this one just kind of assumed that everyone was aware of who he is and why he’s a big deal. This book has some great stories including a fucker to Alaska to be on “The Deadliest Enauesand some of the hilarious sexting messages he received after his works made him famous.
I know there ensuess varied opinions of Tucker Max, but as a librarian with varied interests in literature, I have to say – he’s worth it.
Mostly at the way Tucker Max phrases things. There was no timeline, the author was jumping back and forward, which annoyed me.
Get access to the Member Daily Deal. Hilarity Ensues is the final book hilariyt by Tucker Max in his trilogy of debauchery. Jay Chandrasekhar Narrated by: Books by Tucker Max. The book is a collection of funny stories. At the end of the book, Max announces his retirement from the “genre” of books that’s he’s known for.
But essentially this book is just a slightly organized collection of stories, albeit some of them being hilarious.