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"I laughed so hard and uncontrollably I could hardly breath. Reading this on public transport is not a good idea."
Kate Huchinson, editor, Penthouse magazine
"I had to look away I was laughing so hard. Hands down the funniest emails I have ever read."
Catherine DiBenedetto, editor, WIRED Magazine
"In the dominion of social networking and electronic communication, David Thorne has become the king of biting sarcasm."
Thane Burnett, editor, Sun Media
The most ridiculous, brilliant, stupid and clever nonsense I have ever come across. The articles had me rolling with laughter, crying and incapable of speaking - my co-workers thought I had gone insane."
Clare Butchard, associate producer, Hat Trick Productions UK
"Gut wrenching, laugh out loud, gasping for air funny. Absolutely brilliant."
Caroline Shaheed, editor, Cheek Magazine
"The Dennis the Menace of the internet, Thorne's intricately woven web of internet tomfoolery is guaranteed to leave you red-faced from laughter."
Matt Bachl, ninemsn TV news producer
"The world's leading internet troublemaker. Whenever I see David Thorne's name, I know it's going to be a long day at the office."
Andrew Ramadge, editor, news.com.au
"Thorne's ability to manipulate the websphere with his touch of serious sarcasm has surely earned him the moniker `Lord of the Viral Email'. I've seen grown men reduced to hysterical tears of laughter after reading through just one of his efforts."
Matty Soccio, editor, Marketing magazine
"I am getting your website banned as we speak"
Lucius Thaller, Courier, Kings Transport
Adelaide is full of selfsh, petty, judgmental, cocooned, insular, naive people totally devoid of social consciousness or culture and David Thorne is their spokesperson."
R. Knorr, woman golfer, Seocontents.net --This text refers to the Print on Demand (Paperback) edition.
The classic first book, it's full of the emails that cast Thorne into the international spotlight. It's a hilarious read that's very worthy of your time. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Rich L.
Was a fun read and once finished, also made delicious french toast.Published 3 days ago by Bryan Hansen
Okay, you need to wear depends while reading this, because it is guaranteed to make you pee yourself. I love David Thorne. Hysterical.Published 21 days ago by magickreader
i'm not a book snob or too smart for his type of humor. but it's not deep enough to warrant more than 30 pages. first it's funny, then it's just repetitive and boring.Published 25 days ago by Katie Did
Dark Humor at it's best
Maybe to dark for younger readers
I love the website and bought the book to support the author. :)Published 1 month ago by Crystal Singh
Absolutely zero content of interest, the author pretty much just rambled through a load of nonsense.Published 2 months ago by Alan M.
This is one of the funniest things I have ever read. If I am having a blue day, I can pick this up, read even just parts of it again and laugh my fool head off. Great book.Published 2 months ago by Bertha