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This is a book I wrote Because I wrote it I had to figure out what to put on the back cover to explain what it is I tried to write a long third person summary that would imply how great the book is and also sound vaguely authoritative like maybe someone who isn’t me wrote it but I soon discovered that I’m not sneaky enough to pull it off convincingly So I decided to just make a list of things that are in the bookPicturesWordsStories about things that happened to meStories about things that happened to other people because of meEight billion dollarsStories about dogsThe secret to eternal happinessThese are lies Perhaps I have underestimated my sneakiness

10 thoughts on “Hyperbole and a Half Unfortunate Situations Flawed Coping Mechanisms Mayhem and Other Things That Happened

  1. says:

    I absolutely loved it and I know I'll visit this book again and again My only sad the alot does not make an appearance SO I DEMAND A SEUEL I DEMAND IT ALOT

  2. says:

    My assistant introduced me to this book and I immediately fell in love Oh Allie Brosh where have you been all my life? Oh You were on the internet And apparently all the cool kids have known about you for ages Here's a link to her website just in case you've been living under a rock like me and read some You can thank me later

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    go to this now don't laugh at books much don't get me wrong i am not averse to the emotion humans call happiness sometimes i will find myself smiling at an amusing book i have been known to chuckle even but this book ripped out my funny bone and started tickling me with it not only did i LOL i was crying with laughter by page four PAGE FOUR i even took a picture of my laughter tears as proof which i intended to use in this review but then i figured the internet had enough pictures of me already so that one will just be for mebut i will tell you that page four was not the end of my laughter response this book made me indescribably happy much than the typical messy art autobiography you find cluttering up the humor section along withLet's Pretend This Never Happened A Mostly True Memoir this is a book that finally understands what it's going to take to make me laugh for example every single time she drew a dog i fell in love a little these are among the best dog drawings ever if that's not a perfect trip into the mind of a dog i don't know what isone holy hell but that's comedy goldthere are other non dog related treasures; in particular the god of cake story and the goose story but i will leave you to discover those for yourself i know i have said in other reviews of internet sensations turned book that i was glad to learn of the blog or site or whatever through the book but i never actually visited them after my revelation even if i really enjoyed the book maybe once or twice but then i would get distracted by other things and never follow through but with this one i am going to do the unprecedented are you ready? for those of you who know me and my allergy to doing new things or even doing things like normal modern people do like owning a cellphone this is going to blow your minds i am going to follow a blog as the kids say and there i have just done it i think i don't know what all these buttons mean but i am fairly confident that i have just joined the ranks of the modern world brrrr it's chillyspeaking of chilly i will leave you with allie brosh's take on a dog in the snowi love her alwayscome to my blog

  4. says:

    Totally unexpected I did not expect that I would like it this much My personal favourites are The God Cake and The PartyReally funny read I hope to read by this author in the future

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    I don't think I've seen a book that most of my friends agree on as much as this one It seems everyone loves it You would have to be a turd to not love this book Allie Brosh is most awesome Allie You should come and play with us on Goodreads We are nice people Most of us are somewhat sane We would have fun and eat cake together I'll bring the alcoholNow to the bookSo much funif you haven't checked out her blog you just need to stop what you are doing and go there 've read God of Cake probably 30 times already but I still giggled when I read it again in the book It's just that good The book is easier on my old eyes so now I want a copy This book is colorful and funit's way heavy though I think the difference in types of paper and all the ink made it heavier than a normal book That's ok though I can stick it in my purse and hit someone that pisses me off over the head with it I rambled again didn't I? sniff Like I've never done that before I have to introduce Helper Dog and Simple Dog The shelter worker said This one hates everything and she doesn't know anything and I hope you aren't planning on taking her outside ever because she's like a bear than a dog really and unfortunately she can scale a seven foot tall fence like the fucking Spider ManAnd we were like Sure why notNowget off the internet and go read this book

  6. says:

    Initial reaction This book deserves ALL THE STARSYou knew that was coming right? On a serious note I loved Allie Brosh's funny honest and charming account of her life through the artwork and narration in Hyperbole and a Half This book is a compilation of several stories Brosh has told on her blog of the same name compiled in this book along with some stories I'll admit I haven't seen before Full reviewI always have a difficult time writing reviews on books that hit my all time favorites list and this book was no exception Allie Brosh's Hyperbole and a Half is based upon her very popular posts on her website of the same name I started following it uite some time ago and was taken by her very humorous and true to life narratives coupled with awesome artwork Yes I said it her artwork is awesome even if said artwork includes possessed demonic repressed geese But at least accurate portrayal is accurate That true story was hilariousIf there were a single uibble that I would have about the collection in general I think the ARC could've done with maybe a bit of background info on Allie as well as a TOC showing the order of the tales that were included in the narrative I think that might be helpful for people who are not only just being introduced to Allie's narratives in general but also just for organizationalorientation's sake I think the first included entry in the series of comics and narratives is appropriate though considering it's Allie addressing her ten year old self and younger selves at the age of 25 and realizing that finding a letter written to her future self from ten years old waswell a weird experienceThe narratives from there on are random presentations of Allie Brosh's life from her experiences with her family loved ones and dogs to expansions on growing up to adulthood and depression So much of the narratives I could relate to and I had a good laugh with them and learned a bit about Brosh in the process She has a fresh identifiable wit that comes across in both the art and anecdotes even for some of the tough subjects she addresses That I respected a lot and I consider her my heroine for being honest and good hud in the same measure It's a fun read and one I would wholeheartedly recommendOverall score 55 starsNote I received this as an ARC from NetGalley from the publisher Touchstone

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    Find all of my reviews at many stars do I give this one???? Some things I figured out while reading Hyperbole and a Half Whooops sorry – got distracted Okay where was I? Oh yeah stuff I learned I think there’s a good chance I adopted clones of Allie Brosh’s dogs my anti social behavior is 100% A Okay cake IS a fucking food group and no one is going to tell me otherwise geese are dangerous psychopaths that become extremely violent for absolutely no reason and finally my priorities in life lead me to believe there’s a good chance I’m really a 10 year old In the world of blog to book authors Allie Brosh takes the grand prize sorry Jenny Lawson – I still love you just not as much Not only will she make you laugh ‘til you cry but she also opens up about what it’s like to battle depression in the most honest and upfront way I’ve seen Recommended to???? Everyone with a soul and most of those without

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    Felt a bit disjointed which is precisely why I dock it 1 star Otherwise this was immensely inriguing like watching people going about their lives But I keep allowing it to happen because to me the future doesn’t seem real It’s just this magical place where I can put my responsibilities so that I don’t have to be scared while hurtling toward failure at eight hundred miles per hour cFortunately it turns out that being scared of yourself is a somewhat effective motivational techniue cI had so very few feelings and everyone else had so many and it felt like they were having all of them in front of me at once I didn’t really know what to do so I agreed to see a doctor so that everyone would stop having all of their feelings at me cOur mother attempted to lead us back the way we came but unfortunately her natural sense of direction was no match for the sheer amount of directions there are and she uickly became disoriented c

  9. says:

    I'd like to say I liked this book I did try to And I can't deny the freaky power of Allie Brosh's crudely drawn illustrations to evoke complicated emotions and ideas But I'm tired of navel gazing blogs turned into books this one reminded me over and over again of Jen Lancaster both Brosh and Lancaster for instance tell stories of their unloveable dogs that I suppose are intended to make us love the wild rascals or admire their owners for putting up with their bad behavior but only leave me cold and disgusted Train your goddamn dog or put it down And both Brosh and Lancaster spend much time reminding us of what petty and shitty Brosh's word people they are While Lancaster writes with self deprecating humor in an effort to diffuse her petty behavior Brosh analyzes and analyzes how she compensates for her shittiness by lying to herself and consoling herself with delusions about how great she is Her posts turned into chapters can be funny but they also leave me with a bad taste in my mouth We are all shitty people We all are essentially self centered with delusions of grandeur And we all rationalize our flaws away So what? That doesn't excuse your not recycling Allie Brosh

  10. says:

    “Desperation breeds ingenuity” It was definitely a witty funny read many times it was so hilarious often twisted and yet still very relatable It was also sometimes sad but very genuine Just salute to the author for simply admitting the lousiest things that sometimes come across our human’s unpredictable messed up heads The drawings are hilarious and I completely enjoyed the fun read I know this is not much so do check out my friends' reviews Shelby'sTamara'sPinky's