"Cartoons accompany many nasty suggestions for shedding "Mr. Nice Guy" and getting back at those who push you around, ie, breeding rats, screaming in the dentist's chair, giving inaccurate directions to motorists, et."...
|Title||:||Throw a Tomato|
|Number of Pages||:||92 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Throw a Tomato Reviews
I loved this. It was so mean and yet funny.I think my favorite still is - Break all the pencil points and then hide all the sharpeners. Or perhaps - Butter the floor. And the illustrations accompanying them are fantastic.
"Carry a pork chop in your pocket for three weeks . . . Snore in church . . . Salt the Band-Aids . . . Tell someone she REALLY should lose a few pounds." The illustrations are perfect.
A book of ways to be mean and nasty - the first time I read it, it felt a little bit like Shel Silverstein got up and decided to be really evil.I love this book so very, very much. It sits on my desk at work and offers a great, humorous stress-relief when things just seem to get out of hand. :)
Not that funny. But then, being mean and nasty isn't either.
I bought this book in college because I thought it was hilarious. Ways to be mean and nasty. Things I would never, ever do, but that made me laugh anyway.
Line drawings accompanying one-sentance phrases on how to be mean, evil, despicable and annoying. Very quick to get through.