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Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs by Chuck Klosterman
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Sep 14, 08

bookshelves: the-college-years, read-in-school-for-fun, non-fiction, favorites
Recommended for: people who like pop-culture criticism, self-importance and cocoa puffs
Read in June, 2005, read count: 1 all-the-way-through, various essays numerous times

Oh, gosh. What didn't I learn from this book. For starters, John Cusack and Coldplay are responsible for every failed relationship Chuck Klosterman, or any other thirty-something straight guy, has ever had. Guns 'N' Roses coverbands are still pretty cool. The Sims is addictive and shows us just how materially obsessed and co-dependent we really are. Oh, and that Chuck Klosterman looks eerily like a red-headed version of my ex-boyfriend. Strange.

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