You'll Love This Book as Much as You Hate Your Job (someecards): 45 cards for decorating your cubicle, insulting coworkers, and justifying your excessive drinking.

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From the twisted minds at someecards come 45 wildly funny cards that could well save your sanity. Instead of tearing out your hair from 9 to 5, just tear out one of these irreverent postcards. No matter what you hate about your job and your coworkers-Friday afternoon meetings, obnoxious ringtones, the awkwardness brought on by a sexual harassment suit--there's a card that expresses your feelings professionally. Stop suffering in silence! With the right card in hand, you'll be one step closer to that promotion you...
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Overview

From the twisted minds at someecards come 45 wildly funny cards that could well save your sanity. Instead of tearing out your hair from 9 to 5, just tear out one of these irreverent postcards. No matter what you hate about your job and your coworkers-Friday afternoon meetings, obnoxious ringtones, the awkwardness brought on by a sexual harassment suit--there's a card that expresses your feelings professionally. Stop suffering in silence! With the right card in hand, you'll be one step closer to that promotion you don't deserve . . . or the pink slip that's long overdue.   
 
 
 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402780509
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Edition description: Series: someecards
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 563,875
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Brook Lundy is President & Unpaid Intern of someecards.com. Before cofounding someecards, he was a copywriter in online advertising for over a decade, where his claim to absurd fame was the award-winning ShaveEverywhere.com website. He spent several years writing humor essays for publications such as Details and The New York Times, as well as writing and performing in a sketch comedy troupe.

Duncan Mitchell was born in New York and raised in San Francisco. He's been a package designer for The Clorox Company, an award-winning creative director in online advertising, and a peanut vendor at Candlestick Park. Currently he lives in New York where he is CEO, Assistant to the CEO, Art Director, and Junior Writer for someecards.com.

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  • Posted January 9, 2012

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    Totally hilarious - a lifesaver

    This has saved my life at work. I keep it on the shelf at my desk, and leaf through it during rough days at work to make me laugh. All the cards are really, really funny...and so true. I think everyone in the office I've shown them to are like "uh, yeah, totally" or "OMG, right??" Best. Book. Ever. Favorite? "On your workplace rampage, I'd appreciate being killed last."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2012

    Hilarious!!!

    Got it as a gift for my husband and he loved it!!!

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