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by Mr. Irresponsible,Bill Barol

Category: Humor
Subcategory: Humour and Entertainment
Author: Mr. Irresponsible,Bill Barol
ISBN: 1566252555
ISBN13: 978-1566252553
Language: English
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing (October 3, 2005)
Pages: 150
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Irresponsible is the pen name of the world’s most widely read personal-advice columnist. His newspaper column, "Mr. Irresponsible’s Bad Advice," ran in over 1100 newspapers until early 2004, when it was suddenly, and without explanation, suspended by its syndicate

Irresponsible is the pen name of the world’s most widely read personal-advice columnist. Irresponsible’s Bad Advice," ran in over 1100 newspapers until early 2004, when it was suddenly, and without explanation, suspended by its syndicate.

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Irresponsible's Bad Advice: How to Rip the Lid Off Your Id and Live Happily Ever After, is ostensibly a humor book, but it really speaks to the lizard brain in all of us that wants to squash annoying people like bugs. Boing Boing: April 30, 2006 - May 6, 2006 Archives. Freelancer and author of "Mr. Irresponsible's Bad Advice". Bill Barol: BIG QUESTIONS: A video update. Bill Barol: BIG QUESTIONS: A Web video pilot. Bill Barol: Walter Cronkite: A Yet Further Reappraisal

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Mr. Irresponsible breaks all the rules with his thoughts on manners, work, romance, money and more along with his carefully-crafted 10 Commandments of Bad Advice. His pen name is the world's most widely read personal-advice columnist, syndicated to over 1100 of the USA's surviving newspapers.
Comments to eBook Mr. Irresponsible's Bad Advice: How to Rip the Lid Off Your Id and Live Happily Ever After
Shan
Wouldn't it be great if we could all be as irresponsible as the irrepressible Mr. Irresponsible--and live to tell about it? I don't care how rude this advice is; the book made me laugh hard and it reminded me that we each have an inner Mr. Irresponsible who ought to--just once in a while--be indulged. This is funny, but there's far more to it than that. Get this one!
Gold as Heart
Turning each page was a pleasure, because it meant I was one step closer to putting the book down and never looking at it again.

The author is clearly pleased with himself and his attempt at humor, with an unavoidable sense of smugness coming off each page. Imagine yourself cornered by an uninvited party guest - maybe the acquaintance of a friend who couldn't make it - who tells a thin joke, mistakes your polite and uneasy chuckle for encouragement, and decides to buddy up with you for the rest of the evening. You now have an idea of the book's style. Like the unwanted guest, the author constantly refers back to his one weak joke, making sure you're reminded he's being witty. By the end of the second chapter I found myself wishing he'd stop trying to amuse me and get to the point.

Sadly, the point isn't much of an improvement. Hitting people in a theater and mooching off relatives are not "ripping the lid off your id" - they're just tired, clichéd responses to the phenomenally boring questions that drive the narrative of this book. There is no advice in this book. There is no discussion of happiness. There is no more wisdom than you might expect to find on a discount bumper sticker.
Dawncrusher
This book should come with a warning label: Unless you really like aspirating your food or think a Diet Coke nasal lavage is "fun and stimulating," don't read "Mr. Irresponsible's Bad Advice" while eating or drinking. I haven't laughed out loud this much since Woody Allen's "Without Feathers." Evil fun for the truly twisted.
mIni-Like
...but this book actually had me laughing out loud. But you don't have to be a misanthrope to love this book. It's cleverly written in a breezy off-the-cuff style that reads as though Mr. Irresponsible was right there giving you his advice. But this is better because I wouldn't actually want to talk to Mr. Irresponsible, but he wouldn't want to talk to me either. It's smart, witty and best of all rude.
Marinara
From page one I was laughing out loud. The people at the hair salon where I first started reading Mr. Irresponsible sent me looks usually reserved for drunken idiots on the city bus. Once I realized the safest place to read such material was in the privacy of my abode, I did nothing for hours but read and choke from my own laughter. Could someone PLEASE give Mr. Irresponsible his own talk show?
adventure time
Really, this some of the worst advice ever inflicted upon a society -- and that's what makes it so hilarious. From how to deal with noisy moviegoers (warning: involves collapsible police batons) to ideas on childrearing that could conceivably lead to a lengthy stint in San Quentin, Mr. Irresponsible has an answer for any question of etiquette you can dream up. Great stuff.
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