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I Failed At Blogging : Collection of Drunken Blog Posts I Hope My Mom Never Reads By Beauregard Bradford
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For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an elite partier. I’m not sure if it’s just an innate ability that allows me to advantageously do things like beer bongs, or shots, or... More > muff-dive, but it’s definitely something, and I have it. And as I’ve always been a great partier, I have always been funny, too. It’s been that way since I was little. I partied and I made jokes. I did it in high school and I did it in college. The idea of a blog came about. My friends persisted. I didn’t resist. I started one. The plan was to write about cool shit you can do drinking, like bar tricks, or golfing, or tailgating, or anal. I didn’t really have guidelines, I just knew I was going to write about the cool stuff you can do when you party. But, I failed, because I'm bad at social media. I told great stories though, and I couldn't bring myself to do away with them. So... I've made a lovely blog composition (novel?) for everyone to enjoy. You're welcome.< Less
21st Century Guide to Casual Sex By Josh Davis
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21st Century Guide to Casual Sex is the true story of Big Josh Stud, a twenty-something American male from a broken home learning to deal with relationships with the opposite sex the only way he... More > knows how, by not having them. His non-existent relationship with his parents and disconnect with his older brother taught him to do to women what they had been doing to him his whole life: “f@ck em.” Experience is the best teacher and this would be the only way he would learn his lesson. Time and again the vicious cycle of attachment and detachment would be what made him a genius with sex and a failure with love. Through it all the man himself along with his best friend Brian, his instigator Twin and countless cronies, soldiers, and sailors along the way would embark on a self-indulgent carousal through several states, every branch of the military, and innumerable women only to learn that the only person he ever really played was himself. And maybe the only true lesson in life is that there isn’t one.< Less
21st Century Guide to Casual Sex By Josh Davis
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21st Century Guide to Casual Sex is the true story of Josh Davis, a twenty-something American male from a broken home learning to deal with relationships with the opposite sex the only way he knows... More > how, by not having them. His non-existent relationship with his parents and disconnect with his older brother taught him to do to women what they had been doing to him his whole life: “f@ck em.” Experience is the best teacher and this would be the only way he would learn his lesson. Time and again the vicious cycle of attachment and detachment would be what made him a genius with sex and a failure with love. Through it all the man himself along with his best friend Brian, his instigator Twin and countless cronies, soldiers, and sailors along the way would embark on a self-indulgent carousal through several states, every branch of the military, and innumerable women only to learn that the only person he ever really played was himself. And maybe the only true lesson in life is that there isn’t one.< Less
Beer On Broadway By Christopher Carter Sanderson
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Beer On Broadway by Christopher Carter Sanderson is his full script of I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway By Tucker Max, which sold out its New York premier in June of 2013, with commentary and extra... More > script material. Raucous, adult, and amusing, audiences hailed it as “gross and disgusting and hysterically funny.” Part satire, part romp, much-talked-about by everyone from BroBible.com to Jezebel.com. “My friends loved it.” – Tucker Max.< Less
Balls2SayIt By Jason Duncan
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An equal opportunity offender of gays, rednecks, women, Christians, millennials, and people of color shares his brazen rants, jokes, and random thoughts suitable for the age of social media. The... More > slogan worthy one-liners on drinking, sex, stupidity, stereotypes, rudeness, apathy, and anti-social behavior are political, provocative, immature, and hilarious.< Less