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Anyone will feel smarter and better about themselves after reading these stories!
Ms. Northcutt offers a comprehensive introduction explaining the criterion for the awards and the book's inclusions of nominees and urban legends.
Unfortunately, as a whole, the book is simply not as funny as the individual stories I used to receive in my inbox.
humor and fatal events to help some prevent the same from happening to ones self. Great preventative book with humor at the stupid stunt some have practiced.Published 7 months ago by Lew Harrison
I bought this book (2 copies) for my husband and a friend who enjoys humor. They both enjoyed the book immensely. Best buy for Christmas yet.Published 8 months ago by Luann E Garchow
I have been a HUGE fan of these since the late 90s and love the collection, especially reading them in high school or adult ed classes for fun.Published 10 months ago by Trent Norman Ross Gillespie
Just when you think they couldn't get any more inventive, there are hundreds of more ways to leave this planet.Published 12 months ago by William Wagner
When ever my husband and I take a car trip, one of the first things we pack is THE DARWIN AWARDS. It is unbelievable that people are so careless and stupid about what they do in... Read morePublished 17 months ago by T. G. Harpster
It's hard to believe they actually walk among us! Hysterical.....I can't wait to read the others in this series. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Linda Federman
I read this book cover-to-cover and it is filled with some of the funniest, most horrifying, most obscene stories that I have ever heard. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by Michael G. Lustig
From this book ,Wendy Northcutt seems to have used her great knowledge,learned in the renowned halls of Liberal higher education of UC Berkley,in molecular biology,to develop a... Read morePublished on December 28, 2010 by J. Guild
Think of the stupidest thing a person could ever do. Multiply this by a factor of ten. Then imagine that this person gets killed in the process of carrying out the stupid act. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by Alex C. Telander