What do you do after you write a number-one best-selling book about your drunken, sexual misadventures that makes you rich and famous? Celebrate by getting more drunk and having insane amounts of sex, obviously. And pretty soon you've got another f-ing book on your hands. Stuffed full of ridiculous stories of bad decisions, debauchery, and sexual recklessness, Assholes Finish First starts where I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell left off, then proceeds to "some next-level shit." You already know how women react to confidence, game, and vodka, but what happens when you add money and fame to the mix? You get answers to the hard questions you've never thought of asking: What's it like to have sex with a midget? What about two midgets? How does it feel to get multiple requests to "fuck for charity"? What does it do to a man to watch a 19-year-old do wind sprints to sober up, so that she can have sex with you before her twin sister does? At what number of virgins does deflowering them stop being fun and start feeling like a job? When a girl you met three hours ago decides to tattoo your name next to her pussy, what is the appropriate reaction? Can you X-ray a blowjob? The answers are inside, they are absurd and hilarious, and they are the product of one man's experiences: His name is Tucker Max, and he is still an asshole.
©2010 Tucker Max (P)2010 Simon and Schuster Audio
Maybe if there was more to the book than just having sex with multiple women and drinking stories.
If they were looking for a break from audiobooks that had some redeeming qualities and just want an escape to the ultimate hedonistic lifestyle. If you need some clever derogatory comments, this is your book.
Yes - Tucker does a good job of telling his story.
Yes, but if it were any longer, I would not have finished it. There are definitely some funny parts.
Upon re-reading "I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell," I have decided this is as funny, if not more so. That combined with the fact Tucker as infinitely improved his narrating skills makes this book a must read.
This is a book that is spoken from the first person by an articulate individual that does what he wants and is driven by 2 things beer and women. Some of the stories are crude but hilarious. If you are a type of person that can not laugh at things that are not PC then don't read this book.
I love the first book, but this one is not funny at all. The first book is awesome. However, like the title says for this book, he comes across as a complete a-hole.
I think these stories are the ones that were on the cutting floor for his first book.
Yes I would. This book is like all the party, without the hangover.
I actually have no other book to compare to this one. It's like a biography but only the good parts that people actually want to hear about.
haha, I JUST finished this book, and lets just say the word "performance" made my mind go a little dirty with the reply I was going to give to this answer. So instead, I will just say read the book and I liked it all.
One word, Midgets.
I highly recommend this audiobook for anyone who just wants to chill out and have a good time. this book made me laugh and like I said, it's a party without the hangover. Highly recommend it to anyone.
100% .. having him narrate it made the book even funnier!
He is such an asshole, and it works!
No but I listened to all his audio books back to back, and didn't get bored!
If you like him you should definitely listen to Chelsea Handler's My Horizonal Life, she is the female version of Tucker Maxx!
Its really just a story about how an over privileged rich kid wasted his daddys time and money while contracting all sorts of venereal diseases and being a complete douche. Hope they serve beer in hell was good, but it starts to get old.
he tells great stories if your into the funny, drinking, and partying type of stories.
They are dead on with his other books
Hilarious, if you like drunk/clever humor, this is for you, if you don't, you're the reason this book is so damn funny.
No, unless he wrote it.
No, way too funny. Laughed so hard many times I had to pause it.
Tucker needs to never read his own books again, he gets women because he's clever, but his voice is not at all what you pictured. I read the first book and got this on Audible and wow, he's delivery, no sarcastic tones when he's obviously kidding, his yelling was more like loud talking and when he describes people, he doesn't seem excited nor ticked off. He's obviously really good at expressing himself drunk, I wish he would have performed this drunk.
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