The Big Book of Sports Insults: 1001 Quips & Quotes

The Big Book of Sports Insults: 1001 Quips & Quotes

by David Milsted, The Royal Geographical Society Staff
     
 

How many ways can journalists describe Mike Tyson's infamous ear-munching moment? Try these: Pay Per Chew. From Champ to Chomp. Lobe Blow for Boxing. Every "sound bite" here is entirely unsporting—and that's exactly why sports lovers will enjoy these 1001 hilariously poisonous insults. Modeled on the highly successful Big Book of Filth and

Overview

How many ways can journalists describe Mike Tyson's infamous ear-munching moment? Try these: Pay Per Chew. From Champ to Chomp. Lobe Blow for Boxing. Every "sound bite" here is entirely unsporting—and that's exactly why sports lovers will enjoy these 1001 hilariously poisonous insults. Modeled on the highly successful Big Book of Filth and E-Tales compilations, this delicious volume contains the very best put downs ever leveled at the world's top athletes, past and present. National Lampoon hit a hole in one, calling golf "not so much a sport as an insult to lawns." About football, George Will commented: "Football combines the two worst features of America life: it is violence punctuated by committee meetings." From writers to TV personalities, managers to players, everyone's got something wonderfully nasty to say.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780304366842
Publisher:
Orion Publishing Group, Limited
Publication date:
03/28/2005
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
4.74(w) x 6.16(h) x 1.23(d)

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