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Plagiarizing My Own Work: Guilty of Being the Best I Can Be

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Written for people who know they're good if they only think about the times they were even if it's scattered between so much bad it's hard for anyone to think of themselves in that way, Plagiarizing My Own Work contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way ... Læs mere

Written for people who know they're good if they only think about the times they were even if it's scattered between so much bad it's hard for anyone ... Læs mere

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9781491730720
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230
Udgivet:
01-09-2014
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Written for people who know they're good if they only think about the times they were even if it's scattered between so much bad it's hard for anyone to think of themselves in that way, Plagiarizing My Own Work contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to string all their good into a necklace of pearls, and not a noose placed around their own necks.

Willidau has spent his life trying to dress for success, self-helping all for his own good, eating himself all up, working on being accomplished, acting like he's something else and playing life by his own game rules and still could not be convincing that his good was what others were seeing throughout it all. So Ken Willidau's philosophy, now, is that if people choose to only look at the bad then don't let them see it all at once and make it into one long stroke of good luck to that. Trying to erase the bad from people's collective minds, Willidau tries to re-invent himself with all good throughout his storied life and let others decide if the bad was out of character for the character they could never think good of.

Willidau steals from all he has been to show people that even being bad can have some moments of good and ignoring the rest may make everyone else think bad of themselves for what they even could. Chapters read like a rap sheet, but when wrapped all together frame a life in sentences that gets off on extenuating circumstances of the good within that justifies his actions. Among them, "Brought Up By Charges", "Being Legally Blackmailed", "A Hand in the Cookie Jar", "Disposing of a Body" and "Getting Off Death Row" makes a life gone wrong look like it was because others got it that way and not for all the good it has done them. The rehabilitation is pulled off for good measure with dark to light humour, twisted logic, your own guilt with an honourable explanation, good plays on bad words and double-take entendres. Showing that there's some good in everyone will show people how really bad they are themselves if they can't see past that and that's the real crime.

Plagiarizing My Own Work is a perfect read when you're feeling really bad about yourself but know deep, deep, deeper down inside that there's a lot of good that others could see if you could just get them to forgot about how they really feel about you, too, if only for a moment of moments they could. Time for guilty pleasures.


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