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Hugleikur Dagsson ↠ 3 review

Hugleikur Gagsson's Should You Be Laughing at This has achieved revered cult status and taken the Icelandic publishing world by storm Of course Iceland is a country whose national drink is called B This book is sick Twisted humor indeed I don t get it To me thoughts of murdering your kids bigots racism etc are not funny I am pretty open minded but this is truly sick Uggggh Why did I pick this book up

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From the absurd to the offensive to the immoral Dagsson includes every taboo out there And when you find yourself snickering and cackling you'll stop and ask yourself Should You Be Laughing at This Foreign humor can be a challenge And no you probably shouldn t laugh at these But you will

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Lack Death national dish is putrefied shark meat and national literacy rate is % That may give you a small idea of the dark but brilliant mind behind the shamefully addicting cartoons in this book There are about six comics I can think of right off the top of my head that are interchangeable in both art style and humor to the comics in this book I would say one out of every four comics were amusing here but the other three of four felt forced and too determined to be shocking Never actually was shocked takes a lot to phase me but it did bore the heck out of me at points If it wasn t bright red and staring at me every time I went to the bathroom I don t think I would have read it all my favorite of the six look alikes though probably the most acuired taste of any of the comics I read is one called World Salad Comics which brings a new definition to the term absurd It now means peach


10 thoughts on “Forðist okkur

  1. says:

    It's good for a few chuckles but not much else And definitely not for the faint of heart or people who can't take sometimes twisted humor I was expecting lots of humorous descriptions but I only found a laugh every 10 or so pages It did not

  2. says:

    Hilarious with a side of feeling like a bad person for thinking it's as funny as it is A perfectly disgusting and gut bustin

  3. says:

    This book is sick Twisted humor indeed I don't get it To me thoughts of murdering your kids bigots racism etc are not funny I am pretty open minded but this is truly sick Uggggh Why did I pick this book up

  4. says:

    There are about six comics I can think of right off the top of my head that are interchangeable in both art style and humor to the comics in this book I would say one out of every four comics were amusing here but the other three of four felt forced and too determined to be shocking Never actually was shocked takes a lot to phase me

  5. says:

    This book is very very silly But silly in a good way as long as your humour isn't too sophisticated or you tend to get easily offendedDon't be expecting any sharp wit I fully admit that this book is solely pee pee and poo

  6. says:

    Dagsson's work is always a delight This compilation of comic strips covers his publication work from three other books published in

  7. says:

    Hilarious but really wrong Great coffee table book You can't help but laugh even though you really shouldn't

  8. says:

    Foreign humor can be a challenge And no you probably shouldn't laugh at these But you will

  9. says:

    How dirty you feel after reading this perfect Politically incorrect yes please

  10. says:

    After reading that this book has reached cult status and that the writer is Icelandic where the national drink is called black death the national dish is putrefied shark the national literacy rate is 999% and the

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