IS THERE LIFE AFTER COLLEGE?
In this sidesplitting follow-up to his smash hit, Ruminations on College Life, Aaron Karo takes readers on another outrageous journey this time through his early twenties. With hilarious anecdotes and irreverent observations, Karo captures the twentysomething experience like never before and answers the question, "Is there life after college?"
Featuring the very best of his world-renowned email column as well as brand-new material published here for the first time, Ruminations on Twentysomething Life details Karo's evolution from frat boy to manhood and explores the frenzied lives of a generation living in the strange and unique gap between college and marriage. With his trademark acerbic wit, Karo ruminates on everything from your first day on the job to the last call at the bar.
Perfect for students about to get their first dose of reality, twentysomethings procrastinating at work, or anyone who wants to relive their glory days, this book is sure to have readers laughing out loud and nodding their heads in agreement that there is indeed life after college.
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About the Author
Aaron Karo is an author, comedian, and screenwriter. His books include Lexapros and Cons, I’m Having More Fun Than You, Ruminations on Twentysomething Life, and Ruminations on College Life. He was born and raised in New York, currently lives in Los Angeles, and always pays on the first date. Find him online at AaronKaro.com and follow him on Twitter @AaronKaro.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is hysterical. Karo's first book is hysterical. I don't know where the guy comes up with this stuff. It's like he's in my head. IT'S HILARIOUS. The perfect bathroom book. This kid's got a bright future ahead of him, I'll tell you that much.
This book is a timely classic written in a voice so sharp and on key that it's readers will be left laughing, crying and contemplating why they didn't write it first. The ideas are original, yet easy to relate to. Karo gives his audience a feel for living life to the fullest, while remembering that the greatest lessons to be learned are right in your own backyard. A great read for people of all ages - twenty-somethings will relate while 30 somethings will look back and sigh 'those were the good 'ol days.' 5 Stars!
Seriously, stop what you're doing and go get this book! I laughed so hard at one point milk came out of my nose. Aaron Karo makes the painful details of twentysomething life so funny they actually don't seem as bad (hey, at least everyone else is going through it). I keep this book on my desk so if I ever need a pick me up, I know who to turn to. Karo, you're the man!