REVIEWERS ARE SAYING:
"Think 'The Hangover' mixed with 'Old School' and drenched in wing sauce. Ride shotgun with a group of friends trying to get to a Buffalo Bills game and join in all the crazy shenanigans along the way!"
"Laugh-out-loud funny and outrageously clever! Tucker Max type of escapades wrapped up in a plot with more twists-and-turns than a pole dancer."
"[Fellow] ladies, this is a must read if you want a glimpse inside the minds of men. Enlightening, jaw-dropping, and hilarious!"
"Holy mother is it funny... but it's not without a lot of heart; the type of heart you can only find in places like Buffalo, NY... in the dead of winter... after four Super Bowl losses in a row."
Robert's "summer romance" with Jennifer was interrupted when his college buddy, Zabka, returned to Buffalo for a visit. The police report described their reunion antics as, "two knuckleheads on a beyond insane bender." Since then, Jennifer's leash around Robert's neck kept getting shorter and shorter.
Now it's mid-December, and Zabka is planning an even bigger road trip back to frigid Buffalo. He envisions a weekend overflowing with beer and girls that, in his words, "climaxes" with the Bills squishing the Dolphins to clinch the division's playoff spot. However, if Jennifer discovers his plans, there's no telling what she'll do.
Will drunken chaos spin out of control again? What unexpected trouble is flying up from Miami? When relationships, friendships, and rivalries collide, can anything survive? And where did the midget strippers come from?! Nothing can prepare this incompatible cast of characters for this wild winter weekend.
|Publisher:||Bottoms Up Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Dave Lundy was born a devious prankster, raised in Chenango Bridge, NY (where?), and voted Class Clown in high school. While attending the University at Buffalo, he minored in English and majored in partying. After graduating college and working in Buffalo, he followed his girlfriend west to Las Vegas (alas, she wasn't a stripper) and then on to California. When their cross-country fairytale came to an end, he moved to San Francisco where he's known as the "drinker with a writing problem." While Dave's crazy adventures are often the spark of his hilarious stories, it's his clever imagination that takes them over-the-top.