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Little Book of Wrong Shui: How to Drastically Improve Your Life by Basically Moving Stuff Around

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2003

    Sooooo Funny!

    I went into Barnes & Noble and i just thought the title looked funny so i got it and then i started reading it and i could not stop laughing! Oh i love this

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2001

    Incredible creativity!

    I have to say that I just love this little book. So clever yet totally disfunctional! I saw it a few months ago and vowed to buy it. Now I have it and I am happy. Plain and simple, this is a satirical look at the idiosyncrasies of human nature¿s frailty. It also shows us how pathetic we are in the way we acquire and organize worthless stuff. Candappa really went outside of the box on this one, just to show us that we are so caught up perfection that we can actually make things worse on ourselves. If not, it is still one H E double hockey stick of a laugh! I work in the world of motivational speaking. My circle includes those who practice Fung Shui. I think Fung Shui is great and does help people regain what they lost or never had in life due to the arrangement of objects. But, I get the greatest enjoyment out of taking this book into those environments and using it to wreak and havoc and anarchy. Buy this book: you will laugh and maybe even cry. Send my regards to Rohan and tell him I would love to read his book on tape for that illiterate fool who needs Wrong Shui to add dissonance to his harmonious environment. I am a voice actor and I love this type of humor. I will read it with passion and conviction. BN will know how to contact me. Get some bad sushi, read Wrong Shui, and let it rip man! - - - - - - - Nelson May - - - - - - Just some guy who needs a good woman or a hobbie.

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