Words Are Stupid

Rated 4.59/5 based on 22 reviews
A collection of quotes from Cracked columnist, John Cheese. Adult language.

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About John Cheese

John Cheese is a leading columnist for Cracked.com. He's written for National Lampoon and AskMen, and has been interviewed by Forbes for his writing and insight.

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Francisco Hernandez reviewed on on April 21, 2013
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Very good book, but a bit short. Worth every cent, keep writing Mr. Cheese.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Maria Lorentzen reviewed on on April 7, 2013

I preferred the stories to the quotes; they seemed disjointed and random. The stories were great, though. I could do with a touch less profanity, but it is what it is. Funny book, worth the price and then some.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Phil Emninetynine reviewed on on March 30, 2013
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In world of flawed heroes, Mr. Cheese is as flawed as they come. The fine line between comedy and tragedy is rubbed out with a wet eraser, and we find ouselves laughing even at the friction holes left in the page.
Anyone familiar with this author's work at Cracked will know there are life lessons here, served up in vivid living color: ignore them at your own risk.
The "Mayans" quip is, in itself, worth $1.98, so the value in this book is off the charts.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
JoShea Carson reviewed on on March 29, 2013

Incredibly hilarious! I expected nothing less from John Cheese. Easily one of the most hilarious works of literature I have had the pleasure of reading.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
spudgunk reviewed on on March 29, 2013

This collection of quotes is an instant mood-lifter. Easily devourable within one afternoon and just as easy to pick up again the next day.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Adicus Garton reviewed on on March 29, 2013

A short book of quotes and thoughts on just about everything, Words Are Stupid is a nice diversion for an afternoon.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Markian Gooley reviewed on on March 28, 2013

Frankly I find John the wisest writer at Cracked (if only because he's survived a bizarre childhood and reckless youth and learned from them, and developed the ability to write about what he's learned, and amusingly) but not the funniest. Here we get almost all humor -- pretty much what I'd expected -- and although there is much funny stuff here, and I think the book is well worth what I paid for it, it's about what I'd expected: not quite my favorite brand of humor, though with occasional flashes of brilliance. That said, if you like the man's articles on Cracked, there's enough here to be worth buying this -- or just think of your purchase as a couple coins in a tip jar.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
John Sockey reviewed on on March 28, 2013

I now understand why this guy was the inspiration for 'John' of 'John dies at the end'.

Awesome book. I keep rereading it and I laugh every time.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Stephanie Weaver reviewed on on March 28, 2013

More please!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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