Nate Dern’s razor-sharp eye examines modern society and technology, man buns, dating apps, and juicing crazes.
Anyone who’s ever scrunched their eyes at Wi Fi Terms & Conditions, listened to the reasons that led a vegetarian to give up meat, or looked on at horror at the evolving audacity of reality TV will appreciate Dern’s wicked and funny take on modern life."you never know where it's going to go next, what genre, what format, what unique new take on an old idea.
It's a breath of fresh air that you can eat up bit by bit or all at once like a huge hoagie.
His book is, in a lot of ways, like a really wonderful sandwich."Nate and I share a comedic heritage from belonging to the same college improv troupe.
Were Candace Bushnell to chronicle her first year of marriage, it might look something like former New Yorker-about-town Lee's frank, witty account of coming to terms with what matrimony really means.
And to the bridesmaids who will purchase this book as a send-off, take comfort: now Bridezilla has someone else to bug. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. And why has she written a book on surviving marriage?
While she intends to be whimsical and funny-the publisher, in fact, is marketing this to the Bridget Jones demographic-she comes off as snotty, shallow, and cold.
But I just made some coffee so I’m ok, I’ve taken care of myself.
Yeah, it’s interesting when you have a new album cycle.