Just Frickin Pick One

This is the book I wish I had back when I was working myself into a full blown tizzy over every single metaphorical fork in the road.

Author: Reese Owen

Publisher: Funny Positive Thinking Self Help Motivation for W

ISBN: 9781951238179

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 190

View: 145

This is the book I wish I had back when I was working myself into a full blown tizzy over every single metaphorical fork in the road. And it's not a stiff, dry, long-winded, encyclopedia. It's someone almost as cool as you are, telling you how to get your ish together.


But no matter where you go on this one, I'll always track you by your scent. ... “Just go away so I can rant at a frickin' rock which would give me more comfort than you!” “Fine. ... “Pick the frickin' rock and take it home with us.

Author: K.R. Smith

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0646579118


Page: 668

View: 158

Angels Among Us

Just decided to stop by somewhere and pick one up. Spent another FRICKIN' ... uhhh ... Huh uh, I'm not gonna say how much money. Cool camera though! Umm, I doubt I'll be able to keep it later. Ah ... let's see.

Author: Erwin Lazaro

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1546204032

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 242

View: 782

A genuine love story for family and life, Angels Among Us is a philosophical narrative. Memoirs of one mans journey of finding answers to questions revealed along the way. Multidimensional in its telling, music intertwines and connects personal values, popular culture, and a time frame that spans twenty-three years. An appreciation of the built and natural landscape color the canvas of discovery. Angels Among Us is an introspective and physical journey that evokes a wide range of emotions through self-confrontation, revelations, and choices. From the first word to the conclusion of this first installment of the Living Dream series, a desire to learn more will be in order.

The Cambridge Diaries

“Well, which one are you going to choose?” “What?” “Well, you can't pick two. ... “Well, there are so many, and it's so hard to chose, or whatever, and I don't really know, and. ... “Well, it was just frickin' amazing, or whatever.

Author: C. N. Barton

Publisher: Janus Publishing Company Lim

ISBN: 1857566661

Category: Fiction

Page: 426

View: 445

As soon as Joshua Bailey arrives at Cambridge University he feels like a fish out of water, but his economics classes and extra-curricular activities leave him little time to debate whether or not he actually belongs in this world of southern affluence and centuries-old academic tradition. Soon Josh is fully engaged in the highs and lows of college life, from friendships that wax and wane and would-be romances to wild parties and subsequent hangovers. Carefully capturing the passion and intensity of university life, this coming-of-age tale confronts the challenges of entering adulthood and reveals the lasting impact of relationships forged during the unforgettable college years.

Meanwhile in Dopamine City

Take your frickin pick . the enactment of grid Blubbh , love bomb . ... but it's rights : The exchange just like , wow - one pic they're there has sparked demands defending their women with like from bercivement rockets and whatever ...

Author: DBC Pierre

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571334008

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 352

***Shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize 2020*** FROM THE BOOKER PRIZE-WINING AUTHOR OF VERNON GOD LITTLE 'Pierre's high-risk prose explores and expands the cartoonish, taboo-busting outer edges of literary possibility.' -- Independent *** It's a big bad world out there, in Dopamine City. All Lonnie Cush wants is to keep his kids safe. But Shelby-Ann - his little girl, the maddening apple of his eye - has other ideas: Shelby-Ann wants her first smartphone. So new realities are rocketing their way to 37 Palisade Row, where everything will change, every day, and at mortal speed. Until Lonnie finds himself in a stitch: he'll have to join this new world, or wither in it. Or can he mastermind a vanishing act? The story of a hapless father's love and loss, and a speedball, starburst satire, Meanwhile in Dopamine City is a passionate, freewheeling work from the winner of the Booker Prize: a riotous cry for the soul and the flesh and the heart in the cooling bathwater of our automatic times.

One Seriously Messed Up Weekend

Pick a career. Pick a girl. Pick a government. Pick a toilet. Pick a personality. Pick a frickin'. ... How am I supposed to explain who I am to someone else, in just two pages, without making myself sound like a twat?

Author: Tom Clempson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1405515821

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

View: 954

Jack Samsonite's Foolish Plan for Being Amazing at Everything (including getting a life, getting into Film School, and getting into a girl's knickers) 1.Make an amazing(ly bad) short film about zombies . . . or maybe superheroes . . . or just three idiot friends. It has to be deep and meaningful and (most importantly) has to have a scene where I kiss a girl on the mouth. 2.Write the world's best university application ever! (Or at least one that doesn't make me seem like a nob). 3.Don't get expelled trying to complete 1 & 2. It can't possibly fail . . . right?

Americans at War Eyewitness Accounts from the American Revolution to the 21st Century 3 volumes

Our one gun truck had a Martin 19 with a bad searing. ... And I just watched them all get frickin mowed down. ... Then, of course, there's this big frickin pick up in fire right after that from both our side and their side and all this ...

Author: James R. Arnold

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440844062

Category: History

Page: 1040

View: 931

This unprecedented compilation of eyewitness accounts records the thoughts and emotions of American soldiers spanning nearly 250 years of national history, from the American Revolution to the Afghanistan War. • Offers invaluable access to the war experiences of U.S. forces throughout history through than 300 eyewitness accounts • Provides a balanced portrait of eyewitness accounts from both officers and enlisted men • Allow the reader to place the eyewitness accounts in their proper context via contextual essays and timelines • Describes in detail the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor via ten captivating accounts from December 7, 1941 • Spans nearly 250 years of national history, from the American Revolution to the Afghanistan War

Home and Away

It's not until he comes fully into the room that I notice what a frickin' weirdo he is. His eyes are two different colors, like they couldn't pick just one before the womb spit him out, the right one blue and heavy, the left, ...

Author: Candice Montgomery

Publisher: Page Street Publishing

ISBN: 1624145965

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 384

View: 301

“Montgomery’s thoughtful craft is driven by immediacy and tension and grounded in emotional authenticity. ... A love letter to the intricacies of family and multitudinous black girlhood.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred "Home and Away shines a multicolored light on the myriad meanings of 'family' and how each plays a role in shaping who we are, what we do, and who we become. I didn't want it to end!" — Nic Stone, New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin Tasia Quirk is young, Black, and fabulous. She's a senior, she's got great friends, and a supportive and wealthy family. She even plays football as the only girl on her private high school's team. But when she catches her mamma trying to stuff a mysterious box in the closet, her identity is suddenly called into question. Now Tasia’s determined to unravel the lies that have overtaken her life. Along the way, she discovers what family and forgiveness really mean, and that her answers don’t come without a fee. An artsy bisexual boy from the Valley could help her find them—but only if she stops fighting who she is, beyond the color of her skin.


Just frickin' wonderful. ... Inimicus could be one of those other Deadfallen disciples that Gamaliel mentioned. ... “And O'Shea just had to pick the person that I hate with every fiber of my being,” Jonah ground out.

Author: T.H. Morris

Publisher: Next Chapter


Category: Fiction

Page: 457

View: 751

Jonah knows that Inimicus is in the game. His unseen enemy is prowling through the shadows, making moves that no one can predict or prevent. And he's armed with a weapon more dangerous than any ethereal blade or staff: anonymity. Jonah thought he had ventured into uncharted waters before, but the past is nothing compared to this. Loyalties will be tested, and people will lose sight of what’s truly important. The line between friend and enemy will blur. And the question in everyone’s mind will make the difference between victory and downfall. Who can you trust? Inimicus is a standalone novel and can be enjoyed even if you haven't read other books in the series.


"Just three weeks? Steven, how could you work there at alll I don't believe it. Of all the people I could've married, I pick one of those — " "Those whatl I needed a frickin' job, dammit, and you are overreacting.

Author: Sasha Cervantes

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1449044158

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

View: 776

What does meat have to do with pollution, world hunger, deadly pandemics, global warming, even God? Consequences is an imaginative, thought-provoking story rife with memorable characters and sassy dialogue that will make you laugh, cringe, and wonder what will happen next--as it reveals how the world's ravenous appetite for meat and fast food leads to far-reaching destructive outcomes; and it tells how, if we fail to change our ways, the world as we know it will surely die. The book also imparts spiritual insights and information on how to improve your health and our planet's. You will never look at animals or meat the same way again.