I Hate Everything

I Hate Everything

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by Matthew DiBenedetti
     
 

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I hate that I'm going bald.
I hate that I still make fun of bald people.
I hate karma.

Amateur haters, step aside. Time to learn what it really means to be miserable. Because this guy hates everything. From hating the little irks that happen now and then (like the water that squirts out of the mustard bottle) to hating the unfortunate

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Overview

I hate that I'm going bald.
I hate that I still make fun of bald people.
I hate karma.

Amateur haters, step aside. Time to learn what it really means to be miserable. Because this guy hates everything. From hating the little irks that happen now and then (like the water that squirts out of the mustard bottle) to hating the unfortunate realities of today's world (like that superheroes don't exist...but villains do), Matthew DiBenedetti tells readers how he really feels.

With such a variety of miserable musings, you'll find something to laugh at—and someone to loathe with—in this book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440509582
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
09/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
File size:
15 MB
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Meet the Author


Matthew DiBenedetti is an equal-opportunity hater. After working in the advertising industry for over twenty years, how could he not be? Matthew has worked on corporate marketing campaigns for everything from major sporting good brands and financial institutions to bookstore chains and fine china. He lives and loathes in New Jersey.

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I Hate Everything 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Grady1GH More than 1 year ago
Shed the guilt about secretly not caring for something by picking up this little jewel of a book called I HATE EVERYTHING by Matthew DiBenedetti. The author is outrageously funny in the range of items he shares with the reader that he hates. He goes from some one liners on a page such as 'I hate not knowing everything' to pages where he glues together related ideas as in: 'I hate that wind chimes don't always chime. I hate the wind. I hate that you saw that coming. I hate being predictable.' Or, more for the season: 'I hate putting up Christmas lights. I hate when the light strands are all knotted. I hate that one little bad bulb makes all the other lights on the strand go out. I hate when it's time to take down the Christmas lights. I hate when people leave their Christmas lights up all year long. I hate that I don't have the audacity to do that myself.' There are probably not too many things Matthew DiBenedetti doesn't hate, but instead of this being a book from a whiner and complainer, the manner in which he places his feelings is so entertaining and also so well designed (on lined notebook paper with very clever line drawing illustrations) that reading the book keeps a smile on your face. How can someone be so negative in content and produce such a positive book? I hate that! Grady Harp
taMEka More than 1 year ago
This book is hilarious. I couldn't stop laughing as I was reading it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is awesome. I think Grady1's comment best describes why this book is so great. Either you "get" this type of humor or you don't. I personally loved it and couldn't stop laughing.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worst sample ever!
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Dont get the sample
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book
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I love people who smile and wave at you. I love it when your orthodontist lets you pick the colors for your brackets. I love my orthodontist. I love milk. I love strawberry powder that you can stir in your milk. I love whoever invented stirrable powder for peoples milk. I love cute clippable things to put in your hair. I love twittery birds. I love people who give me cookies. I love books. I love people who are nice. I love people who say hello to you for no reason at all. I love people who love things.:)
Matthew Dreher More than 1 year ago
Because OCD wouldn't let me leave this at 5 1/2
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