tag: early praiseeugene mirmanjohn hodgmanpatton oswaltthe will to whatevs

October 2008

if the early praise is this funny, think how great the book must be

What people are saying about The Will to Whatevs by Eugene Mirman, out this February:

“Let’s face it. You can only get so far in life by dressing just like Eugene Mirman, imitating his voice, and wearing a very realistic rubber mask modeled on his face. If you really want to be happy, you have to inhabit HIS VERY MIND. And now, at last, this book allows it! At last, now, you can be truly happy, the MIRMAN WAY. Just be sure to adjust your rubber mask eye holes to ‘READ MODE,’ or else this book will not help you.”
— John Hodgman, author of The Areas of My Expertise and More Information Than You Require and husband of my high school English teacher

“I laughed out loud reading this. I was reading it in public. Three cute girls at a nearby table laughed at me. I swear one of them mouthed the words, ‘fat loser’ to her friends. I now hate Eugene Mirman.”
— Patton Oswalt

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