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How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You (The Oatmeal) Paperback – October 9, 2012
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"The Oatmeal is itself an online sensation and Inman a web comics superstar, making this a surefire winner." (Publishers Weekly)
"The Oatmeal is one of the funniest and most creative sites on the Web. It mixes the absurd with the educational with the silly to get a site that appeals to all ages and types." (The Huffington Post)
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Thanks to the Oatmeal, I now know the truth. She knows that I know that she knows that I know. She is watching me. I am waiting for her next move. It's like a game. Like a game of what?... yes, cat and mouse, my friend. Only this time she is playing for keeps.
I'll always have that...
Also, the damn thing was funny.
Addressing each of these:
1) When MS Works doesn't work on your Windows 98 PC, do you blame the writer? Oh yeah, you are the person holding your mouse upside down and calling the support desk to come down to fix it.
2) Do your homework man! If the title didn't give you a heads up that this book is a bit effed up, then reading Matthew's online content would surely give you an indication of what you're in for. If you don't like profanity and you read /bought this book...only you are to blame for not having enough media literacy to make a good decision about your purchase.
3) Read the author's webpage for this book (Amazon won't let me post it here). It very clearly describes a book ALL ABOUT CATS. Additionally, when do you expect an author's book to be exactly like his/her last book? Ok...except for Cormac Mccarthy.
Ok...if you've gotten this far in my stupid little rant, here's my psuedo review. If you like The Oatmeal, you are a crazy cat person that knows you are a crazy cat person (and/or simply enjoy laughing at crazy cat people), and you realize you should buy the actual physical/paper copy of graphic content (most of which is available online for free, but you like supporting artists and their awesome works), then stop reading my crappy review and go buy this book. If not, stop reading my crappy review and use the comments to tell me how dumb this review is.
In conclusion, The Oatmeal is nothing if not pure genius. If you don't get that, you should really question the value of your life.
I got 2 extras so I can provide offensive gifts to friends... (Am I a good friend or what??)
We seem to live in a world that whipped and everyone seems to get offended at one thing or another. This book is filled with wonderful offensive material that will be sure to ruffle the feathers of the sensitive types out there. So if you are weak minded and get offended by comics that talk about cat poop, animals that lick their testicles, gay cats, and howitzers... this book is not for you.
Better yet when I pre-ordered the books they were $8.98 each, but the price went down 18 cents so I was refunded 54 cents, how awesome is that?
The pull out poster is hanging in my kitties room above their litter box, so they can study it for future attack methods.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this as a white-elephant gift and the recipient was absolutely ecstatic and loved how eerily similar her cats were acting.Published 4 days ago by Jamie L.
Excellent funny gift for a cat-loving friend ... or just anyone who loves The Oatmeal. He's hysterical!Published 5 days ago by Stefani P.
Funny book. I got one as gift a while ago and bought this one as a gift for another cat lover. She loved it!Published 6 days ago by Soupy M.
It's a funny little book but know that you will be done with it in 20 minutes or less. Kind of like reading greeting cards at the store.Published 7 days ago by Doug Bujold
Anyone with a cat 🐱 should love it . Shows them for the loveable psycho predators that they are .Published 12 days ago by Donald C Brawley
Bought this as a gift a long time ago. I figured "better late than never"... This book was too funny. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Brandon