I on Books (ep. 7) NSFW

This is really him. Douchy, no?
This is really him. Douchy, no?

An inspiration to frat brothers and latent misogynists everywhere, Tucker Max’s I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell reviews itself. By which we mean to say, it’s a piece of junk. How did this end up on the New York Times Best Seller List? That makes me hate everything.

Seriously, this vlog contains the f-word many times and is quite porny. (Poor repertory readers probably didn’t know what they were getting into.) NSFW if your work is uptight about that sort of thing.

The geniuses over at NYT are quoted on the cover saying it’s “highly entertaining and thoroughly reprehensible.”

To paraphrase Simon: Wow. He really mixes a lot of racism in with all that sexism, huh?

If you missed the other porn-less “I on Books”:

Ep. 6: Iona Moon by Melanie Rae Thon

Ep. 5: Real Sofistikashun by Tony Hoagland

Ep. 4: Lost in the City by Edward P. Jones

Ep. 3: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

Ep. 2: Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros

Ep. 1: The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory