Book Review: I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell – Not for the ‘Faint of Heart’
Lately I have read some brilliantly inspirational books from the leaders in almost every business field. But this… Its something else.
“Utterly Insane Experiences” would be an understatement. There is absolutely no way someone could have made any of the contents up, they’re soo crazy.
While on Holiday in a stunning cottage in Wadebridge a few weeks back when I red this book; I was literally beaten by my partner at 4am for screaming with laughter two nights on the trot as I sped my way through it.
The back cover opener, does not even give you the glimpse of the insanity that the book contains.
Tucker Max drinks to excess at inappropriate times, disregards social norms, indulges every whim, takes no responsibility for his actions, rebels against any authority, mocks idiots and posers, sleeps with more women than is safe or reasonable and generally just acts like an asshole.
I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell contains everything the modern-day bounder that is Tucker Max has written since he started sharing his depraved reality with an audience of millions.
After reading this book, I sadly feel that no night that I have ever been on or will ever go on will ever compare to anything Tucker Max has done. I did buy the DVD, but besides the midget eye-up scene, it was nothing on actually reading the book.
I’ve lent this book out today to a friend that is off to the states, I have given her a stark warning, “take a sock and chew it, you are going to wet yourself with laughter, cringing and complete disbelief on that plane” she looked at me oddly. Read it, you’ll find out why.
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