Everyone You Hate is Going to Die: And Other Comforting Thoughts on Family, Friends, Sex, Love and More Things That Ruin Your Life by Daniel Sloss
adastra14's review against another edition
Eh. It’s fine. I’m just not getting enough out of it to want to bear the back-to-back chapters of “people who don’t want kids are literally pointless” and “because I had a disabled sister, I can decide it’s ok to use harmful, ableist slurs against people who are being dumb, because I’m probably not calling a disabled person that.” It’s not the first time I’ve heard the argument, but nothing else in the early chapters has been great enough to want to keep pushing through this particular content.
Love his stand up, his book was good but some of the chapters felt a bit forced/repeated jokes.
my_personal_escape's review against another edition
dark emotional funny reflective fast-paced
I love this little punk. His specials changed the game for me. They were the first I’d seen using the not-always-trying-to-make-you-laugh/dealing-with-important-issues/make-you-think shit you see more often now. The book is basically like the specials, just a different format. Not everything he says is perfect or right and he knows it. Always recommend these specials to people, now recommending the book.