Before Jess was the new girl, there was Nick, Winston, Schmidt . . . and The Douchebag Jar.
Originally devised to do nothing more than alter Schmidt's wardrobe, hairstyle, and personality, the Douchebag Jar has become an apartment-wide phenomenon, forever changing the way douche-like behavior is viewed, policed, and penalized.
Compiled and annotated by Schmidt himself, The Douche Journals catalogs the jar's first years in existence. Every jar-worthy outfit, faux pas, and innuendo is captured exquisitely and for all time, transporting fans and scholars alike into the inner orbit of a master douche at the height of his powers. Comprehensive, unflinching, and fully illustrated, The Douche Journals delves deep into the annals of douchery.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
While Schmidt is my favorite character from the show, New Girl, some of the references in the book do not make sense unless you understand the cultural context. Most of them were absolutely funny but for the short length of the book I do not think it is worth the cost.
I have the physical copy ofthis book. Its hysterical
This book does not translate well as an epub book. I'm perplexed as to why Harpercollins did not release this as a pdf. It costs more $, but the physical copy is the way to go on this one.
Can you guess by the title? But, really, don't take it to the beach, I read it in one sitting at the breakfast table. I'm a fan of the show so I could picture Schmidt doing or saying that stuff.....non-fans might find it silly.