Hilarity Ensues (Tucker Max #3)
Tucker Max's third and final book in his series of stories about his drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics. What began as a simple sentence on an obscure website, "My name is Tucker Max, and I am an asshole," and developed into two infamously genre-defining books, "I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell "and "Assholes Finish First," ends here.
But as you should...more
I know there's a lot I should hate about this book/author/genre, and I'll admit there are quit...more
SlingBlade was funnier than ever in these stories. In fact, this is the first of Tucker's books where I felt like I got t...more
The one thing I wasn't really a fan of was his over-the-top arrogance in his stories. The other two opened with some kind of preface about who he is and what he does, this one just...more
Let's be honest. How this douchecanoe continues to get laid is one of the great mysteries of our time. I subscribe to some of his tactics (that doesn't mean I employ them)...more
Tucker: Well, I bought some speakers for my range rover, a bunch of kombucha, and started psychoanalysis.
Me: Cool, cool. Anything else?
Tucker: I also got a bunch of Chick-Fil-A on a Sunday when I was hungover.
Me: BULLSHIT YOU DID.
Tucker: I'm serious. When you are Tucker Max, Chick-Fil-A will sell you chicken sandwiches on a Sunday.
Me: Damn, that must be the best part about being Tucker Max.
Tucker: Definitely. I mean, except for all the times I ge...more
Tucker Max says himself that he's an asshole. And he is.
But somehow, as unpolitically correct as it is...he makes me laugh, or shake my head or mutter to myself about what a pig he is.
His stories of his drunken debauchery are amusing...sort of like a car wreck. You don't want to be in one, but you can't look away either.
This one was less shocking than They Serve Beer in Hell but still not for the faint hearted.
Max details his experiences with such an indifferent attitude that it's hard to ever feel sorry for him. The books generally focuses on three parts: leaving law school in the middle of the seme...more
But unfortunately, clever writing only goes so far to cover the, for such a smart person, you sure took a long time to learn stuff I had figured out near the end of the first book. Maybe he actually realize...more
Basically, it made me laugh a little less and shake my head a little more. Hopefully, Tucker Max is kicking back and retiring with all of the money he's earned from cataloguing his sexcapades, and not writing any more fratir...more
The best story and my fav...more
His book I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell made the New York Times Best Seller List in 2006, 2007, and 2008. He is also the founder of Rudius Media, an Internet-...more