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Everyday Absurdities: Insights from the World's Most Trivial Man Paperback – March 2, 2010
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Am I saying that by buying this book, Tyler Stanton will destroy your Kindle? No. I'm not. Especially not if you buy the actual hard copy of the book. It's hard to get a Kindle destroyed if you don't own a Kindle.
Regardless, I'm almost 78% sure that what happened to me was an isolated incident, and Tyler Stanton is NOT to blame for this. It's probable that I left the Kindle on top of the vehicle, so I am to blame. Part of me still has doubts, I'll admit it, but otherwise, you're probably safe.
Everyday Absurdities was funny and educational while it lasted, though.
I feel the need to clarify that though my name is "Stanton", I do not know nor am I related to Tyler Stanton. Although, my mother's maiden name is Stanton; so that could all be a lie and we just don't know that we're related. There's literally no way to tell with these things.
I would advise everyone to buy this book and give it to their children when they hit puberty.
That's all I have to say on the matter.
Thank you for your time,
This book is the best ironical book I have never read. And I mean that.
If I were going to read a book like this, I would pick this one first. But actually, I already read "Stuff Christians Like" which is trivial and humorous too. So, I guess I can't do that. But, if I were going to pick a second funny, but trivial book, this would be my second, third, or fifth choice. My fourth choice would be "The Shack". That's been decided for a while.
But I would hope that I could just borrow it from someone, because you can see all Tyler's stuff totally free on YouTube, and I'd feel like a tool shelling out actual money for this paper version of sketch videos.Read more ›
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A small little pamphlet full of elite humor, sarcasm, and wit. Read and chuckle... and then pretend you came up with the material when you share it with your friends later. Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by Thomas
If you like Tyler's blog, you love the book. However trying to understand the mindset of this man as he lives his life outloud for our pleasure is a full time job.Published on June 30, 2011 by Marsh
This book will make you laugh. Out loud. More than once. If you want to laugh, get this book. If you don't want to laugh, then what kind of person are you and why are you... Read morePublished on June 30, 2011 by Gordon Dickinson
Tyler Stanton has done it again! In his pamphlet "Everyday Absurdities," he once again proves right those critics who hailed him as a modern day combination of William Shakespeare... Read morePublished on June 30, 2011 by Amazon Customer
i understand that this is the best thing people as persons should read, but what about dolphins and parents? shouldn't they have to read it to stay on earth? Read morePublished on June 30, 2011 by Tyler Tarver
I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!
Tyler is so funny. There are so many situations during the day that I want to pull it out and have the person read what Tyler has written! Read more
Tyler's book is great, easy reading. You'll find yourself connecting with his thoughts throughout the book. A must-read for everyone who fits into the "Don't Be That Guy" category.Published on February 8, 2011 by Alex Ferrero
Really enjoyed this book from Tyler Stanton. I read a couple of pages every morning and it always cracked me up.Published on October 29, 2010 by Melanie Erickson
This is the kind of book that you need to order immediately. Why? Because in 50-60 years, your grandkids will pull it off the bookshelf and be astounded that you owned a first... Read morePublished on April 30, 2010 by Evan Forester