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Everything Is the Worst - A Book for People Who Just Can't - cover

Everything Is the Worst - A Book for People Who Just Can't

Workman Publishing

Publisher: Workman Publishing

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THE STRUGGLE IS REAL Seriously, can you not though? Life is hard, everyone sucks, blah blah blah. Swearing (and drinking) helps, and so does this book, a charming collection of illustrations that actually say what most of us think every day—so freaking over it.  

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