Here's Tucker Max's third and final book in his series of stories about his drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics. What began as a simple sentence on an obscure website, "My name is Tucker Max, and I am an asshole," and developed into two infamously genre-defining books, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell and Assholes Finish First, ends here. But as you should expect from Tucker by now, he is going out with a bang - literally and figuratively.
In this book, you'll learn:
He's still Tucker Max, and - for one more book - he's still an asshole.
©2012 Tucker Max (P)2012 Tucker Max
How has this jerk off not gotten his A $$ kicked multiple times? I would have knocked his teeth down his throat, had we ever met! If you can over look the fact that half of these stories sound like a bunch of bull $hit, they are still pretty funny and entertaining.
Tatted and pierced avid book reader
audible needs to just ban the haters, nobody reads these anyways. this was not as good as 1, especially not as good as 2
I enjoyed this series, it got me through many long work days. Tucker has definitely improved as a writer and narrator since his first book and this final piece might be my favorite. I'm 23 and, if like me, you like to have a few drinks with your buddies and recount wild moments of your own drunken dabauchery, you will enjoy these books. If not, you'll probably hate it and should consider sticking to more tame things like shuffle board tournaments and non alcoholic beer.
A wonderfully written book with short, punchy and hilarious stories. Tucker Max is not afraid to say what we are all thinking.
This should come with instructions; MUST BE DRUNK BEFORE LISTENING TO. I made it to the third story before quitting and not once had I even smiled.
Probably the best combination of story narrator on Audible. Not as obvious to some that it is Tucker Max reading. Definitely like listening to a buddy tell stories of craziness-past. If you think you're better'n me, you may take issue, but you suck anyways. Buy this book.
Frat boys, date rapists, etc.
Thankfully, he did not use the girls/women's real names, so, they were easy to follow by their nicknames.
It made me feel good about my own deficiencies.
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